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The lure of a game like Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory is that series stayed intact so well on the N-Gage and that players will be able to perform all of their favorite Sam Fischer moves while mobile. Granted, it's a lot more linear than the console versions, but it's still not for ?rush gamers? that want to speed through levels in run-n'-gun fashion. It's everything you'd expect and ask for from a Splinter Cell title on N-Gage.
Admittedly, the game is not without problems. It was a very ambitious title, and not everything turned out perfectly. On the other hand, I could say the same about GTA: San Andreas. Chaos Theory is a grand achievement for N-Gage and handheld gaming in general. If this were a DS title, it'd be a must-have. If it were on GBA -- oh wait, that wouldn't be possible. With the lowering of both hardware and software prices, you owe it to yourself to pick this game up, whether it's your first N-Gage title or your 10th. And either way, it will likely become your favorite.
Splinter Cell Chaos Theory is easily one of the top three games for the N-Gage -- and it's probably the best of those three. Gameloft's attention to details specific to the platform pays off in spades -- games built from the ground up for a specific system just feel better. Better control, better level design, better graphics. And Splinter Cell Chaos Theory has all of these going for it, nevermind that's it's just a very compelling play. If you have an N-Gage and have just been itching to buy some MMC, make Splinter Cell Chaos Theory your top choice.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Chaos Theory is probably the best game made thus far for the N-Gage. Considering the overall quality of the N-Gage library, that isn't exactly a difficult task, but if you're still out there on the hunt for a great game for the N-Gage, this is one game you can't afford to be without.
The N-Gage has come a long way since its launch and this title exemplifies that. The graphics need a little polish but are still fairly impressive, the music is good when it's available, and the game play speaks for itself. If you have an N-gage and you haven't purchased this title yet you are certainly missing out. It is going to be a necessity for anyone who wants to be proud of their game collection. If the progress from the first N-Gage Splinter Cell to this one is indicative of the kind of progress we will be seeing then we should all be looking forward to the next title.