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About the product
- ESRB Rating: Mature
- Genre: Shooter
- Mission: You are an army of one in this game that puts you deep in the middle of enemy territory
- Platform: Windows 98/Me/2000/XP
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Play as a highly trained special black ops agent on a desperate mission to save the world from a horrible fate it will never see coming.
James Bond... Solid Snake... Ethan Hunt... Based on their recent games, all these so-called superspies could stand to take a few lessons from newcomer Sam Fisher. His name isn't important; the important thing is that his game, Splinter Cell, comes from Tom Clancy's game studio and offers up the kind of sophistication and control you'd expect from the studio that brought gamers Rainbow Six. It's all about the details. When Sam enters a dark area, he's got two options, thermal and night vision. Thermal lets him see the body heat of an enemy soldier, even through walls and doors. Shoot through cover with a high-powered weapon, and you can watch as the heat fades from the body. Not dark yet? Shoot out the lights. Need a distraction? Pick up and toss a tin can. Come up to a door too thick to pass thermal readings? Sneak up to it, slip a fiber-optic lead under the door frame, and peek at what's beyond. When you're ready, open the door--just a little bit at a time. While Splinter Cell lacks a famous hero in the lead role, it does sport the famous technical military thriller author Tom Clancy in the title. And you can see the evidence of his expertise in every facet of the game. Who needs the baggage of Metal Gear Solid 2 when Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell brings you better weapons, better controls, better graphics, better spy toys, and a coherent story?
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P.S.: I hope you'll enjoy the CIA level and the Presidential Palace.Both are tough and complement each other in stealth tactics. Lastly, expect a cool bit of cinematic style gameplay with Sam.Today's games that stumble over each other to ape that celluloid feel could take a leaf from this game.Not once did I feel that I was not playing a game; yet the cinematic edge was always apparent (and appreciated).
This game is not designed for Windows 7, but still runs great. It will still allow you to play if you have Windows 7.
A few disadvantages in the gameplay is you can't whistle, your pistol can't disable electronics, and whenever you are carrying a body, you have to put it down before opening a door.
I bought mine from "BPSHOPZONE", and game came in perfect condition (factory sealed).
If you like stealth, this game is it, If you like all out shoot-em-all-dead games, then no, get something else. =)