DescriptionIn the third outing of the Splinter Cell series, Third Echelon's most valued operative Sam Fisher becomes once again entangled in a conspiracy-ridden story of international espionage, involving information warfare. An unrelated mission soon leads Sam to a massive conflict between Japan, China and North Korea, where both stealth and brutal actions are required. Improvements over the previous version include new moves, weapons and technology, alternative routes in single-player missions, and improvements to the co-operative and versus multiplayer modes.
The limited collector's edition comes in a metal tin box and has a DVD with extra features including video diaries, Penny Arcade comics, music from the soundtrack, and more.
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- Gameplay feature: Lock picking
- Games with dynamic advertisements
- Game with Creator's name
- Middleware: Net-Z
- Physics Engine: Havok
- Splinter Cell series
- Tom Clancy licensees
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|Game Informer Magazine||Apr, 2005||9.75 out of 10||98|
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TriviaThis is the only Gamecube game to be released in a metal slipcase. The disc holders inside the case are designed to fit full-sized discs, as Ubisoft didn't bother to design a separate case from the PS2 and Xbox versions.
The next closest you'd find is the limited edition of Resident Evil 4, which Gamestop released in a collector's tin.
Related Web Sites
- UHS Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory (Full solution guide in question and answer format includes loads of useful information about this game.)