Splinter Cell has a top spot for most gamers as a favorite stealth game, but the questions lies: does Pandora Tomorrow outdo it's prequel? In most respects, yes.
In the solo campaign, Sam Fisher is back with new gadgets, tactics and several new maneuvers that will leave NPCs littered all over the level. While Splinter Cell has always given players the opportunity to execute their mission in more ways than one, Pandora Tomorrow pushes further and gives more opportunity for real world espionage tactics and more realistic action and reaction from NPCs. This not only makes it an interesting first play through, but allows several more equally entertaining play throughs after that. It's classic Splinter Cell at it's best, but this time, we've got multiplayer.
Splinter Cell is looked on highly for it's solo play, but the multiplayer in Pandora Tomorrow isn't anythign to scoff at. The two-on-two, spy-vs-mercenary missions give players the opportunity to work their first-person shooter muscles and try out some weaponry and gadgets that Sam Fisher doesn't get to use in the campaign missions.
While the original may have been a good starting point, Pandora Tomorrow is certainly a fantastic addition to the Splinter Cell franchise.