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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Chaos Theory (PS2)

by Ubisoft
 Ages 16 and Over
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
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  • Gripping, tense and often surprising
  • Totally immersive

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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation2
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 16 and Over Suitable for 16 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B00069WG70
  • Release Date: 1 April 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,353 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

The year is 2008. Citywide blackouts... stock exchange sabotage... electronic hijacking of national defence systems... this is information warfare, which has become the most dangerous threat to global stability. To prevent these attacks, you 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 operate undetected, kill at close-range, attack with your combat knife, shoot with the modular SC20K rifle, and use radical suppression techniques such as the inverted neck break. Work alone, or enjoy the thrill of cooperative multiplayer infiltration missions, where teamwork is the ultimate weapon.

Manufacturer's Description

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.

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb, realistic stealth adventure 20 Aug 2006
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Welcome to 2007 and the end of the world. It is truly a frightening place where unseen tech terrorists are sending the US and North Korea headlong into WW3. Its a typically epic Clancy premise and best of all it plays out like a dark dream.

It wasn't always like this; when Pandora Tomorrow hit the shelves gamers felt more like victims of some great practical joke than omnipotent covert agents. There were high points; the jungles were cool and the online versus battles between spys and mercs were easily the best thing about the game, but otherwise the frustrations were too much for even the most avid gamer to persist. The checkpoint system was awful and combined with unforgiving pacing of crucial events led to spirit crushing replays of almost entire levels. The eye-wateringly miserly three strikes and your out set up made the situation worse, not helped by the frankly unrealistic discovery of any bodies left in anything other than total darkness. Then there was the problem of close combat; for a highly disciplined covert agent, living in and dispensing death from the shadows Fisher was surprisingly cack-handed when it came to close combat. Give him the element of surprise and a bag of flash bangs and he had a fighting chance. Surprise him and this honed and toned killing machine would perform the hand-to-hand ballet of death with all the finesse and focus of a headless chicken.

I suppose your wondering why i've bothered listing all the old Cell's flaws. Simple; because Chaos Theory has successfully addressed every one of these infuriating issues. Save points are now under your contol and the three strikes rule has been binned entirely. Also for the first time in the series how you go about your mission is entirely up to you with multiple routes through most levels.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Master of Stealth 11 April 2005
Anyone familiar with the Splinter Cell series knows one thing. Its a hardcore stealth game. Sometimes a little off putting but ultimately a great game and very rewarding.
Splinter Cell continues to follow the capers of Sam Fisher (cant spell his surname!)whilst he trys to stop a massive information war from breaking into world war 3.
The graphics for this game are incredible. The lighting is always dramatic and the enemies seem even more realistic than previous encounters. There are a wider range of locations, including a boat (reminiscent of Metal Gear Solid 2)a bank (where Sam steals 50,000,000 in bonds and then gets a 25 cent an hour raise!) however thats just a cover up for what he is really after.
The gameplay is what stands out. In the first two, the alarm system could be really annoying. Sometimes, bodies would be found even when hidden in total darkness. There is no more of this, 3 alarms and your out! Rather, instead, a load of enemies come after you. This is surprisingly, less annoying and far more enjoyable. Secondly, you can save anywhere in a level and start from that point if you die or want to restart. This saves having to redo entire sections in order to get to the difficult bit and die from the previous 2. Third is his close combat skills. Sam is now armed with a knife (you can chose either a fatal or a non-fatal attack depending on the level.) This means you no longer have to come up behind them or drop on them from above, but if you creep up to them in the dark, you can just attack from the front! Finally there are stealth ratings at the end of the level, and there are also secondary and opportunity objectives which are also added, a nice touch by ubi-soft.
Without a shadow of a doubt, Sams third game is by far his best. If you buy one game this year, make it this!
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thoroughly enjoyable. 8 May 2005
After finally purchasing this game, I was astounded at how addictive and atmospheric this game really was. You no longer 'Play as Sam Fisher' you are 'Sam Fisher' with a plethora of
new moves, this game takes stealth to a whole new level.
Waiting in the shadows, eying the situation from only a few centimetres away from what is to surely be your next victim. Each move has to be carefully calculated to ensure complete stealth and success of the mission. Your gun is your weakest weapon, stealth, shadows and your knife will become your new best friends.
There's no longer the threat of mission failed if you set off an alarm.. as said in the game 'This is no video game, Sam'. Sam has an array of new weaponry at his disposal, for instance the new add on for the pistol which allows you to disable electronic hardware such as but not limited to; hanging lamps and computers. This helps keeping hidden from the enemy.
This game now has a 2 player co-op mode which is simply fantastic, imagine real time communication, having another persons eyes and ears for backup, someone to revive you with
an injection of adrenaline if/when you go down in battle and someone to help you perform the array of breath taking moves co-operative play has to offer, for instance being thrown
into your opponent.
Then if that's not enough there's online play, very similar to 'Splinter Cell Pandoras Tomorrow' you either play as a mercenary or a shadownet operative. The aim of the mercenary is to hunt down the shadownet team members in 'First person view' and protect any cells you possess. If you're a shadownet operative the object is to retrieve or denonate these cells or neutralize the mercenaries. If you're a shadownet operative you play in 3rd person.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
I bought it as a present so no idea how it was .
Published 5 months ago by Ray matthews
4.0 out of 5 stars Splinter cell wins again!!
I'm a big fan of stealth games and splinter cell is one of the best. Another epic Tom Clancy game.
Published 9 months ago by Mrs Susan Day
5.0 out of 5 stars great game
classic game one of the first Spy , CIA stealth games going , youll love it !!! dont miss out
Published 21 months ago by E. Reay
4.0 out of 5 stars great game
i think this game is very good and it makes you think. it can be a bit challenging at times but one soon works it out. Read more
Published on 20 Jun 2012 by budgie
1.0 out of 5 stars I just don't know anything about this game!
I want to be very careful with my wording in this review here, as the game I'm sure is great... however, it hasn't actually arrived or been dispatched. Read more
Published on 2 Oct 2011 by Matthew
5.0 out of 5 stars A great stealth game
Like in the previous games, you play as Sam Fisher, an elite field operative for the American government's Third Echelon program. Read more
Published on 10 Feb 2007 by GHV
1.0 out of 5 stars Splinter in the finger!
I found this game utter rubbish. Yes the graphics are good and it looks real but the gameplay is ... Everything is Dark so you can't see. save your money and buy The first two! Read more
Published on 24 Aug 2006 by Mr. D. Mills
5.0 out of 5 stars This game is phenomenal
Splinter cell chaos theory. I purchased this game only about a week ago and I think it's one of the best games I have ever been on. Read more
Published on 7 April 2006 by Adam Fox
3.0 out of 5 stars fake
What this game lacks is realism. In real life, Sam Fisher wouldn't have completed any mission. Everywhere is magically pitch black so you can just walk past people. Read more
Published on 1 Jan 2006 by Ian Gibbs
3.0 out of 5 stars Overated
Yes, this game is very entertaining and for the most part enjoyable. However after the new metal gear solid game i dont think this comes close to it. Read more
Published on 17 May 2005 by Mr. Gp Smith
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