Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory
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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory
28 April 2005
Conclusion: Obviously this is the best Splinter Cell to date but I've got to tell you I never expected this, everything has been completely updated. It's the best looking game I've seen, and I've seen them all. The controls are perfect and feel natural. Believe me you will love this game, there are loads of feel-good moments, such as grabbing a guy from behind, breaking his neck while stabbing him in the back and then shoving him head-first down some metal stairs, hearing his bones...
Excerpt: "This must be one of the best games that I have played over the years and would probably make my top ten list if I could be bothered to write one. Once again for those who have played pervious versions of Splinter Cell you take on the role of Sam Fisher, the secret American agent whose role it is to do the dirty jobs no one else wants to do. In this game there is a conflict between the USA , South Korea and Japan over the control of information ...
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory (Xbox): If you like stealth you'll love it!
1 February 2011
Summary: Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory was the first Splinter Cell video game I had every played, so I really did not have any clue what to expect from it. After playing it a couple times and getting familiar with the controls, I found it to be unlike any game I had ever played before. If you are looking for a guns blazing, "shoot what moves and sometimes what doesn't" type of game, look elsewhere. This is a STEALTH game.
The third installment of the stealth-action series
21 June 2008
Summary: Splinter Cell Chaos Theory was one of my favourite games on the original Xbox and getting a huge rating of 9.6 from IGN this game was a real success. You are Sam Fisher, a veteran NSA agent, highly skilled in espionage and... well killing. Don't expect to be running and gunning like in Call of Duty or Black, instead you will be planning routes, silently breaking necks and using every bit of shaded area you can find.
Pros: Amazing gameplay, superb graphics and hours of fun
Excerpt: "Seriously cool game. It may not appeal to all tastes, but still, seriously cool game. You're Sam Fisher, special operative of the Third Echelon of the NSC, and are frequently sent out on stealth missions, from a lighthouse to a Japanese bathouse, to infiltrate and eliminate threats to the world. It's not as easy as it sounds. All the moves you'd expect to be able to do are available, from tip-toeing to running in, all guns blazing, and from knocking ...
Pros: Amazing graphics, varied missions and difficulty, good storyline and cool gadgets .
Cons: Not for the "I LOVE PLAYING FAST - PACED GAMES 24 - 7 ! ! ! " gamer .
Excerpt: "Well firstly I just have to put how fantastic the Splinter Cell series is! It is unbelievable and I still haven't started the latest game Splinter Cell Double Agent. But back to Chaos Theory... The game is about a Splinter Cell, an agent working for black-ops, called Sam Fisher who has to take out terrorists and stop things from either happening or existing. The whole game is based around stealth and is in the third person view. The game's missions ...
Pros: Quality graphics and storyline, a chance to show intelligence in a game !
Cons: Not for people who prefer constant fast gameplay
Excerpt: "...Cell, based on fiction by Tom Clancy has always been a game about stealth. In theory (geddit? Theory?) you can get all the way through the game without being seen once by the usual wandering enemies. You play a character named Sam Fisher. His job is basically to stop world war from erupting. By taking out leaders of terrorist groups or making it so that certain things never existed. Which all in all, when you are the only man on the field, is easier ...
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory (Xbox): Splinter Cell a real winner
12 June 2006
Summary: This must be one of the best games that I have played in the past few months and would probably make my top ten list if I could be bothered to write one. Once again for those who have played pervious versions of Splinter Cell you take on the role of Sam Fisher, the secret American agent whose role it is to do the dirty jobs no one else wants to do.