Stealth fans may be tempted by the lure of a portable Splinter Cell adventure, but don’t be fooled. You’re better off waiting for the upcoming Splinter Cell HD trilogy if you want some true SC action, as Splinter Cell 3D is a poor imitator and not the real McCoy. There are far better ways to enjoy your 3DS launch, so vote with your wallets and leave this horridly rushed port where it belongs: On the shelf.
MindJack has an amazing idea, where you can hack someone’s mind, taking control of them in this third-person shooter, but a highly flawed execution. While the game has its good points like levelling to gain perks and giving you an interesting concept of mixing the main story with online, the game falls short where it needs to be at its strongest in the industry today. To simply put, MindJack is another game published by Square Enix that simply did not lived up to the hype.
For a game that lasts about 3 hours and costs you $50 has to be one of the biggest flops of the year. The game lets you play a number of characters to play with, however there is nothing different. With every character having the same style of magic, the same old ‘take cover, pop and shoot’, Harry Potter and The Deatly Hallows Part 2 is game that exists just for the sake of it.