Summary: Sadly this is the only Splinter cell i have played and finished. But it is a good purchase for anyone wanting to get a feel for the other games. It has a good combination of stealth technology and critical thinking that allows the gamer to take whatever action they see fit to complete the mission. I like the fact that anyone can beat the game they just need a little patience and imagination.
Summary: Alright, if you've played Splinter Cell Pandora Tommorrow like I have, I think you can sympathize with me saying it wasn't so desirable. Splinter Cell Chaos Theory takes the steps at Splinter Cell Pandora Tommorrow and transforms its title from Ho-ho-horrible to ho-ho-holy ****!This game has SOOOOO many more add ons, and they've all been for the better. PROs: -You can walk backwards in this game with or without a meat-shield.
Summary: This game is fun to play, especially the coop. But there are several small problems that are annoying. First off, it has long intro it plays every time you play, I would prefer it not to load this but to just take you to the menu, then load this if you leave your Xbox sitting there. Also, in the main menu you can load any save, but then when you fail a mission, it only has retry which is the most recent save.
Summary: First, I dont have xbox live. I'm sure its awesome though. This game is really good. I tried to play the 1st S.Cell and gave up. This 3rd one was a lotta fun and I never gave up on it. The graphics are good but not "the best ever" like everyone is saying. Most of the game is played in the dark and shadows so the graphics aren't really a factor. If you want spectacular graphics then you need to play The Chronicles Of Riddick game.
Summary: If you played the first two games in this series you'll be right at home. You're able to run and gun more than in the past and it's nice not to be punished as much for setting off alarms. The controls, graphics (unfortunately you're usually in the dark), and sound are top notch.
Summary: I really enjoyed Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow, and this is a good follow up, but there are a few missteps with Chaos Theory. It isn't quite as hard as Pandora Tomorrow. I'm playing at the normal setting, and there's no more 3 alarms and the mission is over. You get yelled at over your headset for tripping the alarms, but the mission doesn't end at 3. You also don't have to hide the bodies as much. You can usually just leave them where they are.
Summary: Nah, this series hasn't sold out. Anyone who says otherwise obviously hasn't played the game. Stealth is still the main aspect of the game; you will die if you confront the guards head-to-head. As for giving Sam a knife: every known member of the military is given a knife for a last resort, so NOT giving Sam a knife in the first two games was ridiculous. Hand-to-hand combat? What soldier doesn't know some?