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|Format:||NTSC (N. America)||Release Year:||2003|
|Genre:||Action/Adventure||Game Name:||Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell|
Combining the stealth, tactics, and action popularized in both the Rainbow Six and Ghost Recon franchises, Splinter Cell represents a new Tom Clancy series featuring a single character instead of the team-oriented play found in Red Storm's successful squad-based shooter games. The title alludes to the secret organization players are part of, an offshoot of the NSA called Third Echelon, whose members rigorously serve to protect America using whatever means necessary.
Players embark on a series of ten missions to eliminate potential security threats by covertly infiltrating and destroying the data and communications critical to cyber-terrorist operations. The lead character, Sam Fisher, must conduct his missions without being detected, or risk being disavowed by his agency and left to his own devices. A key feature in the game is a horizontal stealth meter, which changes according to Fisher's overall visibility within a level. Players must stick close to shadows, avoid light, and move silently or else patrolling guards will sound the alarms and attack.
For the GameCube version, the developers made use of the console's connectivity feature with the Game Boy Advance. When players connect the handheld to the GameCube, they can view an OPSAT map of their surroundings as well as activate items such as computers, weapons, and wall mines from remote control. The handheld otherwise functions like the PDA found in both the PlayStation 2 and Xbox versions without the need to access its features via separate menu screens. In addition, players can unlock five missions for Splinter Cell on Game Boy Advance as well as reveal an exclusive weapon for GameCube: the sticky bomb.
Each mission begins with a cut-scene detailing the story in a CNN-like news report. Players will receive their objectives via voice communication during the game and can refer to their wrist-mounted Palm computer for notes and details on their mission. Data such as door codes can be downloaded from terminals located within the region or on guards, and additional gadgets such as sticky cameras, gas grenades, lock picks, laser microphones, a night vision headset, and wall mines can be used to help. More items are available for specific missions, which range from infiltrating the CIA to exploring a police station, Chinese Embassy, Georgian Defense Ministry, and more.
|Game||Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||10534|
|ESRB Rating||T - Teen|
|ESRB Descriptor||Blood and Gore, Violence|
|Number of Players||1|
|Game Special Features||
|Game Series||Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Series|
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More about stealth than just shooting
Sneak up on someone, grab them from behind, hold a gun to his head and force him to talk. Shoot a distraction camera on the wall which makes a noise. When the enemy comes to investigate, make it shoot a gas at them which knocks them out. Use infrared vision to see enemies from far away. These are some of the things I like about Splinter Cell. It's more about stealth than just shooting. It's not too difficult either. There are ten missions including the training mission, with cinematics every time you finish a mission. I wish there were a few more missions though. And if you don't have a GameBoy Advance, (which I didn't), you can't use sticky bombs. They are bombs you shoot and attach to something or someone and then detonate later. Subtitles would also have been useful since it's hard to hear what the characters are saying. The controls take a little getting used to since there is no first person perspective. In all it's definitely worth buying.
Splinter Cell, Stealth Action Redefined
Splinter Cell, as the title says, is Stealth Action Redefined. the first time I ever played it was with my PC, and I beat the whole game in a week. then around a year later I got my Console and the game a week later. the only drawback with this game is it's single player, although they have added it for the new titles. the graphics are awesome, Story Lines Great, and the in between level movies are pretty good. get one today, all it costs is $5!
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell (Game Cube)
I like the game though I have to admit coming from a PS2 system to the Game Cube is a bit of a shock. The sensitivity of the Game Cube version of Splinter Cell is a bit higher than the PS2 which makes for a little trouble shooting. All-in-all it is a good game that I would recommend to anyone.