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- To achieve your mission you'll kill from close-range with your combat knife, shoot with a high-tech rifle, and use radical suppression techniques like the inverted neck break
- Intelligent enemies making your mission more risky as you have to get much, much closer to them
- Completely replayable -- Totally open level design with multi-paths and Optional secondary objectives
- Strive for ultimate stealth and rank yourself with the all new post-mission statistics and scoring system
- Extend the game with intense content you can download
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Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory takes you back into the shadowy world of Sam Fisher, a special agent on the front lines of the information war.
- Windows 2000/XP (only)
- 1.4 GHz Pentium IV or AMD Athlon
- 256 MB RAM
- 64 MB DirectX 9-compliant video card
- DirectX 9.0c
- 4.0 GB Hard Drive
- DirectX 9.0-compliant sound card
- 4x DVD or faster
Top customer reviews
1) I'm not a guy with patience
2) Spy game requiring climbing, hiding, or not getting detected isn't my thing...
3) Well I do know who Michael Ironside from movies, but him voicing a character who's agile and...not old?
Chaos Theory is the first in Splinter Cell series that I've got, and so I'm not familiar skills and techniques...so...my first play through I thought I got the wrong game for me, although it's at 9 dollars...so not much of a loss.
Then I played again, knowing a bit more on how to hide in shadows/darkness and using the gadgets, and this is why I strongly recommend this game:
1) It's more enjoyable knowing to hide in darkness/shadow. Kinda of like fishing
2) Grabbing enemy is more constructive than shooting them in the head. It's not a first-person shooter.
3) Sam Fisher got hilarious lines when talking to others. Michael Ironside totally nailed it - no one can do better than him being Sam Fisher. Other voice actor/actress also excellent in their work.
An example (from wikiquotes) -
Sam broke into a bank to search for information and he interrogates a guard:
Sam: Alright, I don't know who you are, but this is private property.
Guard: What are you talking about? I've been working here for two years!
Sam: Prove it.
Guard: Prove it? Uh, okay. Well, the key code to the back doors, it--hey! Wait a minute! You're trying to trick me! You're the one who's not supposed to be here!
Sam: Alright, you caught me, I surrender. Oh wait! Instead, how about you tell me the keycode anyway and I won't be forced to hurt you?
Guard: Since you put it that way: the code is 3901
[When interrogated again]
Guard: You almost tricked me, but I'm too smart.
Guard: I'm not afraid of you. [Sam puts his knife closer to the guard's throat] Okay! I'm afraid! I am!
4) The story line is awesome.
5) The missions can be approached in different ways, so there's good replay value with some creativity. You can walk in through front door and shoot everybody, shoot out all the lights, sneak in without anyone noticing, using wi-fi to connect to computers from a distance, employing traps to draw enemy in...etc
6) The Dev Team Thinks of everything - In missions where no kills is allowed, getting creative and killing enemy with indirect methods (e.g. throwing enemy off heights, planning a wall mine near to enemy and setting it off via different ways...etc) still cause mission failure. Dialog will also change if you approach objectives in different ways.
7) Its the best in the series. Graphics aren't terrible and most of the time Sam will be using goggles
8) Sam Fisher's morals.
The downside of the game:
Might take a bit to get used to for anyone like me, playing Chaos Theory before playing other Splinter Cell series.