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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell

  • Publisher
    Ubisoft Entertainment
  • Developer
    Ubisoft Montreal
  • Release date
    12 Nov 2002

Invade terrorist posts, get basic data using any and all means you can and disappear suddenly and completely! You are Sam Fisher, an exceptionally skilled representative of the NSA's Third Offspring: Third Echelon. The parity of the world is in your hands as digital terrorism and global conflicts take steps to start World War III, discover what's behind the headlines and enter the universe of current espionage - enter realistic Tom Clancy - Universe. Battle with the innovation of tomorrow. A totally new sort of Schleich activity - The notable Schleich activity, presently with extra special movements. Intelligent environments permit greater inconstancy and make it possible to create sophisticated strategies. Dull environments. Once immersion. - Stunning environments that vibe like they're genuine thanks to the Unreal® motor, realistic lighting and crystal clear sound effects. Activity to increase circulatory strain on a worldwide level - over 20 hours of sneaking activity: thanks to various mission goals, which can be accomplished in various ways, the replay esteem is significantly increased.

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AGM score 86%
GameSpot 8.6
nuclear bomb
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male protagonists
health pack
corrupt government
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assault rifle
real-time combat
instant kill
political thriller
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interactive achievement awards 2003
game developers choice awards 2003
polygonal 3d
digital distribution
downloadable content
third-person perspective
game over
ski mask
xbox 360 backwards compatibility
voice acting
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modern military
wall jump
save point
easter egg
item throw
saving the world
context sensitive
hero's single parent
deadly gas
product placement
artificial intelligence
geriatric protagonist
oil drum
over the shoulder
smoke grenade
book tie-in
aggressive door-opening
earpiece conversation
close quarters combat
human shield
pacifist playthrough
special vision
stealth kill
lock picking
lock picks
special forces
gun holster
night vision goggles
hide and seek
cell phone interface
aluminum can
surveillance camera
enemy reaction
multiple discs
central intelligence agency
genius-level intellect
knock out
enemy distraction
guided by radio
moving bodies
shadow stealth
spike video game awards 2003
progressive scan
motion-sensor bomb
less-lethal weapons
multiple ammo types
alternate fire
keypad lock
fn five-seven
ruger mk ii
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code writing
shooting out lights
crime fighting
unskippable tutorial sequence
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unreal engine 2
bullpup rifle
tutorials disguised as diagnostics
disposable pick
light switch
retinal scanner
snake camera
secret agent
rubber ammunition
bunk bed
national security agency
sticky shockers
sticky camera
laser microphone
cochlear implant
sc pistol
electric stun munitions
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About Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell

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The story

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In April 2004, the President of Georgia is assassinated, allowing Georgian billionaire Kombayn Nikoladze to seize power with a bloodless coup d'état. In August 2004, former U.S. Navy SEAL officer and Gulf War veteran Sam Fisher is recruited by the National Security Agency to work within its newly formed division, "Third Echelon." Working with his old friend Irving Lambert, Fisher is introduced to technical expert Anna "Grim" Grimsdóttír, and field runner Vernon Wilkes Jr. In October 2004, Fisher is dispatched to Tbilisi, Georgia to investigate the disappearance of two CIA officers. Fisher attempts to meet an informant, Thomas Gurgenidze, only to find him dying in a burning building. Gurgenidze warns that one agent's transmission mentioned proof that could cause a war. Finding the agents' corpses in a police morgue, Fisher learns that a former Spetsnaz agent, Vyacheslav Grinko, removed their subdermal tracking implants. Tracking Grinko's license plate number using CCTV, Third Echelon tracks him to the Georgian Ministry of Defense. Fisher arrives at the Ministry, and records a meeting between Grinko and Canadian hacker Phillip Masse, through which he learns that Nikoladze is conducting an illegal operation in Azerbaijan. Fisher hacks Nikoladze's computer, and learns Nikoladze has been waging an ethnic cleansing campaign across Azerbaijan, by deploying Georgian commandos. In retaliation, NATO forces enter Azerbaijan, prompting Nikoladze to go underground. Third Echelon learns that Georgian soldiers stationed on a Caspian oil rig have been exchanging data with the Georgian Presidential Palace. Fisher infiltrates the rig during the middle of a NATO airstrike to apprehend a local technician, Lejava, and retrieve his laptop containing the rig's computer data. After interrogating the technician, Fisher learns that the data contains a file on "The Ark", Fisher recovers his laptop and encryption key and extracts. Examining Lejava's laptop, Grim reveals that the intel could have come from a CIA mole. Lambert then reveals that North America has just been hit by a massive cyber warfare attack, directed primarily against military targets. In a broadcast, Nikoladze claims responsibility for the attack and officially declares war on the United States and its allies. Fisher infiltrates the CIA headquarters and accesses the CIA computer mainframe, allowing Grim to trace the data leak to the computer of Mitchell Dougherty. Captured for interrogation, Dougherty claims ignorance of the leak, but the NSA learns that his obsessive–compulsive disorder caused him to back up data on an insecure laptop, which was exploited by a network owned by Kalinatek, Inc. Georgia-hired mafiosos attempt to remove all traces of Nikoladze from the Kalinatek offices by destroying the building and murdering the staff. Intercepting a 911 call from a technician named Ivan, Fisher is deployed to the building and retrieves Ivan's encryption key while the FBI rescues Ivan. Fisher extracts with the help of Wilkes, who is mortally wounded in the process and later dies. Using the encryption key, the NSA discovers Nikoladze has been using a network of unconventional relays to communicate with Georgian military cells. The NSA traces the full relay network to the Chinese Embassy in Yangon, Myanmar. Worried Chinese support could cause World War III, Fisher sneaks into the embassy and eavesdrops on a conversation between Nikoladze and General Kong Feirong, and learns they are working together. Fisher learns that captured U.S. Army soldiers and high-ranking Chinese officials are in a local slaughterhouse, so he delays interrogating Feirong to save the hostages, who are scheduled to be executed on a live broadcast. Fisher meets with a Chinese official among the hostages, and learns that Feirong is part of a rogue collective not backed by the Chinese government. Fisher is detected, and in a firefight, Fisher kills Grinko. Returning to the embassy, Fisher grabs a drunken Feirong before he can commit suicide, and forces him to share the information stored on his computer; the information reveals Nikoladze has fled back to Georgia, where he is trying to activate a suitcase nuke known as "The Ark". Infiltrating the Georgian Presidential Palace containing Nikoladze and new de facto Georgian president Varlam Cristavi, Fisher attempts to recover the key to the Ark, which has been placed somewhere in the United States. Fisher corners Nikoladze, who bargains to give the Ark key in exchange for safe passage out of Georgia; before Fisher can recover it, Cristavi soldiers take Nikoladze and the Ark key elsewhere. About to be executed, Fisher escapes when Lambert causes a brief blackout. Discovering Nikoladze is offering the Ark's location for protection, Fisher assassinates Nikoladze. Discovering the Ark, the U.S. Army evacuates an apartment complex in Hope Gate, Maryland on claims of a gas leak, and secretly recovers the Ark. Despite World War III being averted, Nikoladze's corpse sparks international backlash due to the suspicious circumstances around his death. Watching the Presidential broadcast on the crisis, Fisher then receives a secure phone call from Lambert for another assignment. [from]


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