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 Gameguru Mania News - Oct,01 2011 -  
Splinter Cell Trilogy HD - Launch Trailer - movie
(hx) 08:12 PM EDT - Oct,01 2011 - Post a comment / read (4)
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Trilogy HD for the PS3 includes Splinter Cell, Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow and Splinter Cell Chaos Theory.

last 10 comments:
miglaugh(12:33 AM EDT - Oct,02 2011 )
Too little too late I'm afraid.

Splinter Cell was one of the first franchises to make the jump from DirectX 9.0b to 9.0c which changed the shader model version from 2.0 to 3.0. As a result of that, my Radeon X800XTPE gfx card at the time was validated as obsolete even though it had more than enough power otherwise to render the game.

That - among other things - was the impetus to switch to console gaming. Only just now have I recovered. Sigh.

Thanks Ubisoft, for your tireless efforts to screw gamers.

Stumpus(09:31 AM EDT - Oct,02 2011 )
Not at all. The BIG change is the fact that they are all in 3D.
When you've played splinter cell in 3D it's an amazing experience -being tactical it presents a better understanding of the environment and played in a slow pace it's superb.
I downloaded 'Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow' from the PS3 store -as i hadn't played it or owned it on PC. The trilogy is dirt cheap anyway and is a no-brainer as the controls are better than on PC.

miglaugh(01:34 PM EDT - Oct,02 2011 )
Stumpus>
When you've played splinter cell in 3D it's an amazing experience -being tactical it presents a better understanding of the environment and played in a slow pace it's superb.


Just curious, did you pick up a 3D tv that uses the active glasses or the passive glasses? Those new LG tvs seem like a good deal price wise if the 3D actually works as good as they try to make you believe.

Stumpus(04:06 PM EDT - Oct,02 2011 )
I have the active glasses -it came with 2 pairs
After seeing and testing a Sony 53" 3D set which cost 3,000 WITHOUT any glasses i hasten to add, it suffered terrible cross-talk and flicker! We tested the 46" 600Hz Panasonic TXP46VT20 plasma
It was noticeably darker than LCD -to be expected. But the 3D was truly mindBLOWING!!! It shipped as part of the bundle with Avatar 3D, Ice Age 2 3D, Coraline 3D and a music 3D blu-ray.
Having seen Avatar in the cinema, the home version is MILES sharper and better -apart from the natural encapsulating feel of a 60ft plus screen etc :wink:
Gameplay on PS3; Killzone 3D, Motorstorm 3D, GT5 and MANY,MANY others are superb. We have 3D channels to watch and rent 3D films too.
The fact the glasses run at a TRUE 1080P at 60fps per eye, 600Hz sub-field -faster than ANY LCD set out there, which is what set tv apart from LCD and made our purchase.
It also came with a 3D 1000W RMS 7.1 dedicated player.
It has the ability to convert 2D transmissions/progs into 3D. Some work, some don't. It's just an EXTRA feature but not a MAIN feature.
It also has the ability to smooooth out films and makes them seem like they are broadcast in TRUE 24fps -as per the director.
All in all, a bloody excellent buy.
It can view 3D pictures by way of it's onboard SD card slot and it's wireless/ satelite enabled.
It's also as slim as a Sony 46" LCD (which we have above it)
They also run about 1/3rd more power than an LCD, but the picture etc is like the old days of diamondtron/Trintron sets. The best of their time.
Colors are lifelike and the deepest blacks -it's THX certified.

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