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Splinter Cell

Platform(s): GameCube, PC, PlayStation 2, Xbox
Genre: Action
Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Ubisoft Shanghai
Release Date: April 10, 2003 (US), June 6, 2003 (EU)

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'Splinter Cell' - Downloadable Mission Available Today

by Rainier on March 14, 2003 @ 11:28 a.m. PST

In Splinter Cell, the player controls Sam Fisher, a field operative of a secretive "black-ops" NSA sub-agency called Third Echelon. Sam Fisher is geared up to infiltrate high-security strongholds, seize critical intelligence, destroy threatening data and neutralize the enemy - all without leaving a trace.

This is no time to get cocky. Sam must rely heavily on stealth strategy throughout Kola Cell, because there are enemies everywhere. Players will be challenged to find alternate routes throughout the level avoiding the numerous security measures which include retinal scanners, infrared alarms and alert guards.

So if you haven't played through all of Splinter Cell, don't assume that Kola Cell will be a short walk through the park. We're serious with this one. After all, Sam Fisher does not screw around!

About the Mission

The new mission is a whole new experience linked to the original storyline featuring the same stunning graphics and challenging exercises from Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell-one of the highest rated games for the Xbox(TM) video game system from Microsoft with an average rating of 94.4 (out of a possible 100) based on a sample of 54 reviews. In this new level, with his famous gadgets at hand, Sam can call upon his best moves-from the split jump to the stealth roll-to achieve his four objectives. The new level promises to be action-packed to give a new challenge to the players who completed the game.


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