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I have the Alienware Alpha i7 version, if anyone knows what that is, and I haven't had any problems with any games, including Dying Light and such, but I think it's a ubisoft, or the fact it's Window's, whatever it is, other people are having it too. For me, when I first downloaded the game, the sound was all good for the cut scene's, but then there wouldn't be the slightest bit of sound during the gameplay, and then come back for the next cutscene. All you have to do is uninstall, and then redownload it, and everything is perfect.
Aside from this.
As you can see, I don't think I played enough of this game to qualify myself for a review, but I want to write a review.
So far, this isn't like any Splinter Cell, this isn't a bad thing, but it is at the same time. When I first played Splinter Cell back in the day, it was a strange concept to me, to have to try to not kill anyone, but rather either use stealth and avoid the sentries completely, or knock them out, and that's what I loved about it, it was a challenge to attempt to not kill, get close to every guy, use your mind to interact with the area around you.
This game, there isn't even an option to not kill, there's either kill, or lose. What makes it worse is, because of this, it's much easier. This is the first Splinter Cell, I found myself switching the difficulty to the hardest.
It's still a Splinter Cell because you can't go in an area guns blazing, you still have that small realistic couple bullets and your done thing like the other Splinter Cell's, but the killing makes everything so easy, it's ridiculous.
Nevertheless, still fun enough to get, and you can't go wrong with $20 right now, so I recommend it, but bottom line is, that this isnt' like the other Splinter Cell's, so if you're looking for a good game, with the Splinter Cell storyline, get it, if you're a hardened fan that can only play a Splinter Cell like the old ones, I'm telling you you're going to be dissapointed.