Summary: It is a good game but I am very frustrated that the video settings could not be lowered further, as even when they are lowed completely, the game lags HORRIBLY on my decent computer- 4g RAM and intel(R) Core(TM)2 duo CPU e7300 2.66GHz 2.67GHz processor. I personally think it is very unfair that this game is made inaccessible to people to people without tricked out gaming machines.
Excerpt: "The first Splinter cell game in the series of total 4 games. You are playing as Sam Fisher, a top secret agent working for NSA. A mew wave of terror is splashing over the world and only you can stop it. To your assistance you have the most modern tec weapons from sticky cameras to the silenced sniper rifle. You can also pick up things from the ground to make your enemy confused or look away. The idea in the game is the stelth, you even have ...
Conclusion: Another game that I played long time ago...in this case I have to say that I enjoyed playing this stealth game: good playability, graphics, and a story that always keeps you concentrated on your final task.
Conclusion: That honour goes to Chaos Theory for me. The innovations such as levels in daylight and the loyalty system are a good try but aren't entirely successful. Whatever course of actions you choose the ultimate ending of the game is the same. Graphics are very good, new mini games are implemented with the mine assembly proving annoying. At this price its well worth buying.
Conclusion: works fine on vista... play on hard as you get the most from the trust system... well worth the money(Â£7.99).... don't be put off because it's a leap forward.... play it for what it is - a great stealth game and it is replayable.