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Ubisoft Montreal



Other Versions

XB, PS2, DS, NGage, XBL, PC

Release Dates

03/29/05 Ubisoft
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04/01/05 Ubisoft

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Owners: 31
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Tracked: 1
Wishlist: 2
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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory - Summary

A Japanese Information Defence Force is formed to help face modern threats. Deemed a violation of international law and of the Japanese Post-War Constitution, Korea and China become outraged.

Secretly, the head of the IDF begins launching information-warfare attacks against Japan and blaming the attacks on North Korea. When the U.S. intervenes, as they are obligated to under Article 9 of the Japanese Post-War Constitution, the U.S. is attacked as well, forcing North Korea to escalate the situation with a pre-emptive invasion of South Korea.

As war erupts on the Korean Peninsula, Sam Fisher must thwart the alliance between the Japanese Admiral, a neurotic computer hacker, and the head of an international paramilitary company in order to prevent the rekindling of a massive world war in the Pacific.

Key Features

  • Deadly Agility: Incredibly complete and fluid variety of moves, including athletic moves, stealth moves, and stealth kills.
  • Real Weapons of Tomorrow: The most complete arsenal of weapons and gadgets from the knife to the experimental Land Warrior System.
  • As Good As Real: Never-seen-before graphics technology offers the best visuals on any console yet. Advanced physics engine allows rag doll physics, particle effects, and perfect interaction with the environment.
  • Ultimate Challenge: Intelligent A.I. with personal attributes and natural behaviour. NPCs are aware of their environment and remember past events.
  • Amazing Replayability: Totally open level design with multi-paths and optional secondary objectives.
  • Co-op Stealth: Play multiplayer with your friends and coordinate your infiltration in an all-new multiplayer challenge

Source: ubi.com


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Opinion (3)

spurgeonryan posted 15/09/2011, 07:54
on teh GC or for all systems?
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robond posted 15/01/2008, 02:15
The best Splinter Cell game of the series.
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StarcraftManiac posted 23/12/2007, 10:08
Topped Pandora Tommorow visually and was eventually the most realistic Gamecube game to be released on the system (visually)... With in-game lightning effects, bump-mapping and lots of polygons on Sam Fisher. Only problem were the loading-times. Gamecube definitely wasn't well suited for those graphics to be rendered in high amounts at the same time.
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