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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell

by Ubisoft
Game Boy Advance
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews) 77 / 100

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  • You play as Sam Fisher, an ultrasecret government commando as he works his way, alone, to the heart of heavily defended enemy compounds
  • Use your stealth abilities and incredible gadgets to collect vital information on terrorist activity, in 9 exciting levels
  • Break into police stations, crack open vaults, eavesdrop on conversations -- do whatever it takes to track this conspiracy across the world
  • Track down the clues and fight unseen in this suspenseful 2D side-scroller!

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Product Details

  • ASIN: B00008DHLM
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 1.1 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,722 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Product Description

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell brings a new world of stealth combat to your Game Boy Advance!

From the Manufacturer

You have the right to spy, steal, destroy, and assassinate, to ensure that American freedoms are protected. If captured, the U.S. government will disavow any knowledge of your existence.

You are Sam Fisher.

You are a Splinter Cell.

When two CIA agents mysteriously vanish in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, the NSA's secret sub-agency, Third Echelon, deploys Sam Fisher--its most capable Splinter Cell operative--to recover them. Fisher soon uncovers a deeper conspiracy: a plot that threatens to destabilize world order and spark nuclear conflict.

Fisher, like all Third Echelon Splinter Cells, is granted use of the Fifth Freedom--unprecedented latitude to safeguard America's security by any means necessary. Acting alone, he uses terrorists' own tactics against them. Should he fall to enemy hands, the U.S. government will disavow any knowledge of his existence.

No more time for negotiations and diplomacy. The time for decisive action has come. Strike from the darkness… Fade away. You are Sam Fisher. You are a Splinter Cell.

Game Features

  • Comprehensive stealth techniques and action moves including split jumps, zip-lining, rappelling and using human shields make gameplay creative and fun.
  • Experimental intelligence gadgets based on real-life technologies such as night vision/thermal goggles, prototype weapons, non-lethal weapons, and surveillance gear give Fisher the edge against his enemies.
  • Hide in the shadows thanks to an original depth management system that simulates 3D environments.
  • Go head to head against enemies in three gameplay moments available only available on the Game Boy Advance

    The Full Splinter Cell Experience

  • Enjoy the original story from the award-winning Xbox version, featuring characters and locations endorsed by famous author Tom Clancy, and inspired by his realistic world of terrorism and espionage
  • Carry out eleven missions--featuring one training mission and one special mission--through eight realistic environments based on those from the Xbox version.

  • Link to Nintendo GameCube to Access Exclusive Content and Features!
    Once connected to the GameCube, the Game Boy Advance can function as a remote extension for Sam's OPSAT (allowing Sam to view his surroundings on a radar-like mini-map) and providing him remote control of computers and weapons, including the wall mine.
  • Linked-play provides you with a brand new weapon exclusive to the GameCube--the sticky bomb!
  • Playing through the GameCube version will unlock five exclusive levels on the Game Boy Advance.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Game, but don't be fooled..... May 1, 2003
This is a one of the few games that can be made for xbox, gamecube, PS2, and PC, and is still awesome on GBA! The grapics aren't as good, but I really can't blame Ubi for that. On all of the other versions of Splinter Cell, the graphics are 3-D. This game would be hard to play with 3-D graphics for GBA. The missions are slightly different from what I have been told.
If you are a person who gats a game and expects to be good at it the first time you play it, this is NOT the game for you!
Splinter Cell takes alot of time to learn. The entire game is about being able to be stealthy. You don't want to use up all of your amunition. That is why there are dark spots you can hide in to jump out and use your fighting skills to knock your enemy out.
1.Same basic objective to the game.
2.Lots of fun to sneek around and knock out people.
3.Lots of cool moves that you can use on Sam Fisher.
1.Can't get all of the old weapons
2.Very difficult!
3.Frustrating to have to play the missions all over again if you lose!
The A.I. in this game is pretty good.
The problem with it is, your enemy can react to you to fast for you do do something. If you are move to fast you get detected, if you move to slow you get detected.
One of the most frustrating things of this game is the fact that if you get deteced, the enemy will, A. Shoot, or Stun you. B. Will flip the alams and you you have about 6 sec. to find the switch before the mission is over.
All in all, I found this game to be challenging but rewarding if you win.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sam Fisher's Headshot May 10, 2003
A Kid's Review
This game is very fun. If you like the other console versions you will love this.
Graphics: Very good, the best I've seen on GBA.
Gameplay: Easy to learn controls, there are just a lot of them.
Sound: Perfect sound, the music is awesome.
Overall: Everyone should have this game by now
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Okay, you are not going to get the same game as on the Xbox, PS2, or Game Cube, but in and of itself, this is a great GBA game. And there ARE stealth aspects to the game, but game play is much simpler than on the consoles. Graphics are super detailed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Time to do some spying around... July 2, 2003
You are Sam Fisher,a Splinter Cell,and your mission is to stop terrorists.
This is a very good stealth game.It doesn't much the greatness of the game for PS2,X-BOX,GAMECUBE,and PC,but it's still very good.
It feautures the best graphics I have ever seen in a GBA game so far.It's levels are great,and the moves that you can accomplish are spectacular.
So why am I rating it four stars,and not five?
Because of the control.It [disappoints].
Most of the times you will loose,it will not be your fault, but the control's fault.
And the boss levels...imagine the worst control you can have for a sniper double it!
Four stars means ''VERY GOOD'' and this is how I rate this game. I suggest you rent this game first before you decide if you will buy it.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good stealth side-scroller May 31, 2003
We've played Splinter Cell on the XBox and PS2 and loved it. Even though the GBA version is far simpler, it's still quite fun!
First off, where the XBox and other platforms had an incredibly detailed 3D shooter with amazing lighting effects, this is the GBA. So you get a 2D side scroller. You have to accept right off that this isn't quite the same detail level.
Once you get past that hurdle and accept this as a "fun stealthy game", it really is quite enjoyable. There are the same general mission aims as in the other versions, so you have hostages to rescue, contacts to talk with and enemies to kill. You have to use stealth as much as possible, shooting only when necessary.
The graphics are reasonably good for the GBA system, and the music works quite well. The controls are extremely simple to master, so there isn't a lot of button mashing. Most areas are more like puzzles, trying to figure out exactly what the best way to get past an obstacle is.
Highly recommended for spy and stealth game lovers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly holds together well April 29, 2003
If you've played Splinter Cell on the PC or any of the home systems, than you allready know what a fantastic game it is. When it was announced that Splinter Cell would be ported to the GBA, a few eyebrows were raised questioning how much of the game's substance can be crammed into a little 32-bit cartridge. Well, Ubi Soft did a better than expected job with porting Splinter Cell to the GBA, and while it may look like an average side scroller to the naked eye, there is more here than one might think. First off the graphics are nicely done, and everyone's favorite secret agent commando Sam Fisher is fluidly animated for the most part. The gameplay tries to incorporate aspects from it's bigger console bretheren such as using stealth to your advantage, while mixing it with basic 2-D platform elements. Splinter Cell for the GBA is nicely paced and action packed from beginning to end, but the game is rather short in length and really doesn't offer anything else. All that aside, Splinter Cell is a much better than expected game for the GBA that attempts to carry the spirit of the original game, and while it has it's flaws, it surprisingly holds together well.
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3.0 out of 5 stars sam got a splinter September 4, 2011
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Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
this game is fun and bonus level's add to the game but game's good and bad are good thermal and night vision goggle's and gas grenade's cool move's like drop down or snap neck shimmy climb pipes put leg's up on pipe's bad unrealistic enemy shoot or kill z z z rise's from there head when taken down only use goggle's in area's you need goggle's and touch hostage run away touch's door freeze!! disapper and that's it but if you are aganist and bad thing's in here don't get if not get it if it's under 3.50$ don't pay for a new enjoy if you can
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