Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Chaos Theory (NA)
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The year is 2008.
Citywide blackouts ... stock exchange sabotage ... electronic hijacking of national defense systems ... this is information warfare.
To prevent these attacks, operatives must infiltrate deep into hostile territory and aggressively collect critical intelligence, closer than ever to enemy soldiers.
You are Sam Fisher, the NSA's most elite black-ops agent. To achieve your mission you will kill from close range, attack with your combat knife, shoot with the prototype Land Warrior rifle, and use radical suppression techniques such as the inverted neck break. Also take on cooperative multiplayer infiltration missions, where teamwork is the ultimate weapon.
As the enemy evolves, so must you.
- EXCLUSIVE CLOSE RANGE KILLS:
From knife attacks to athletic hand-to-hand kills such as inverted neck breaks, dramatic ledge throws and other new moves
- CO-OP STEALTH:
Play online or offline multiplayer with a friend and coordinate your infiltration in an all new multiplayer challenge
- REAL WEAPONS OF TOMORROW:
The most complete arsenal of weapons and gadgets from the knife to the modular SC20K
- AMAZING REPLAYABILITY:
Totally open level design with multi-paths and optional secondary objectives
- ULTIMATE CHALLENGE:
Intelligent enemies that make your mission more risky as you must get closer to them than ever before
- HIGH-RISK MISSIONS:
Steal sensitive documents from under the nose of your enemies, takeout a terrorist surrounded by his bodyguards...
- THRILLING SCENARIO:
In-game gut wrenching sequences and gripping plot with multiple twists and turns.
The pinnacle of early Splinter Celldaniyyel | Jan. 10, 2015 | See all daniyyel's reviews »
This is still one of the best titles in the series in my opinion. The stealth gameplay is slick and refined. Environments are huge and offer different methods to complete objectives. The graphics still hold up well. The story is tense and satisfying and the difficulty is just right. I recommend it.