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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell

Published by
Developed by
Released
Platforms
MobyRank MobyScore
Game Boy Advance
77
3.3
N-Gage
71
3.6

Advertising Blurbs

www.ubi.com - GBA Release:
    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 subagency, 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.

    Additional 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, nonlethal 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 Nintendo Game Boy® Advance system.


    The Full Splinter Cell Experience

    • Enjoy the original story from the award-winning Xbox® version, featuring characters and locations endorsed by author Tom Clancy and inspired by his realistic world of terrorism and espionage.
    • Carry out 11 missions - featuring one training mission and one special mission - through eight realistic environments based on those from the Xbox version.

    Contributed by Alrightya (312) on Jul 12, 2005.

Nokia N-Gage website:
    Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell brought new levels of sophistication to stealth-action gaming. You play NSA Black Ops operative Sam Fisher, a so-called Splinter Cell, undertaking fearsomely dangerous missions on your own. Except this time around, Fisher is not entirely on his own: the game deck's unique Bluetooth wireless technology has enabled two unique multiplayer modes, Sniper and cooperative. In the latter, you will have to work together with a friend to overcome the enemy.

    With 10 different universes and a bristling array of gadgetry, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell immerses you in a rich and challenging gameplay experience.

    Contributed by Xoleras (66248) on Jun 13, 2004.

Back of Box - Game Boy Advance (UK):
    Sent to execute desperate missions, you're the last resort of your government. Your name is Sam Fisher. You are a Splinter Cell.

  • Hide, sneak and use prototype weapons & gadgets to infiltrate 10 tense action-filled maps.

  • Unlock up to 5 secret maps by connecting to the NINTENDO GAMECUBE version.

    Contributed by Corn Popper (69569) on Apr 08, 2004.

Back of Box - Game Boy Advance (US):

    CONSOLE GAME OF THE YEAR*


    now redefined for the Game Boy Advance system!

    You are Sam Fisher.

    You are a Splinter Cell.


    Nintendo GameCube - Game Boy Advance cable required to unlock 5 new levels.

    GREAT GAMEPLAY
  • Sneak your way through 9 pulse-pounding missions.

  • Comprehensive stealth techniques, including sniping, zip lining, and rappelling, bringing gameplay possibilities to a new level.

  • Unlock 5 new levels using GBA connectivity when you play the Nintendo GameCube version of Splinter Cell.

    BLACK-OPS GEAR
  • Night and Thermal Vision Goggles
  • Tranquilizer Pistol
  • Sticky Cam ...and other prototype gadgets

    *2002, 6th Annual Interactive Achievement Awards, Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences

    Contributed by Corn Popper (69569) on Apr 08, 2004.