Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy´s Splinter Cell Chaos Theory
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rainman9, The Student Center
2 August 2005
Summary: Easily one of the best games ever made for the XBox. This is better than Halo. The vast improvments and graphics, sound, and gameplay from the previous two installments are great. If you haven't played the first two, you will not fully appreciate the beauty and creativity in this game. There's a knife in it!
Summary: The third iteration of the Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell stealth action franchise features the continuing adventures of Sam Fisher, a top secret agent who's sent in to accomplish the US government's dirty work when political situations go sour. It's also got a brand-new two-player cooperative mode in addition to an updated version of the innovative spies-versus-mercenaries competitive multiplayer mode introduced in the second Splinter Cell game.
Excerpt: Splinter Cell Chaos Theory is a stealth action game for the Playstation 2 developed by Ubisoft. The story now follows a tense situation between the USA, China and Korea. With terrorist groups getting hold of codes to launch missiles they could potentially provoke World War 3, Sam is back in action to make sure that it doesn't happen and to save to world once again.
Excerpt: Splinter Cell Chaos Theory is simply an amazing game. For the PS2, it is perfect. The controls take a while to learn, but once you have gotten the hang of them you can play this game fairly easily. Some bits of the game can be quite difficult, but with practice and some patience you can get through them. The graphics are brilliant. The game is played in some dark areas, but lighting and shadows are amazing. The plot is fairly good.
Excerpt: Splinter cell: Chaos Theory is the 2005 game developed by Ubisoft. Synopsis The plot is amazingly intricate, like something you would expect from a film. With tensions running high between the East Asian country Japan, North Korea and China, Japan develop a self defense system. This is to China and Korea's displeasure, so they decide to set up a blockade against Japanese shipping.
Summary: Like in the previous games, you play as Sam Fisher, an elite field operative for the American government's Third Echelon program. After a series of events, the US and North Korea are on the brink of war. You must infiltrate several locations all over the world- from blacked out New York to the war torn South Korean capital- and find out who is really behind it all.
Summary: Welcome to 2007 and the end of the world. It is truly a frightening place where unseen tech terrorists are sending the US and North Korea headlong into WW3. Its a typically epic Clancy premise and best of all it plays out like a dark dream. It wasn't always like this; when Pandora Tomorrow hit the shelves gamers felt more like victims of some great practical joke than omnipotent covert agents.