Available Now Coming Jun 28, 2005
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory
Japan's creation of an Information Self Defense Force is deemed a violation of international law and of their own Constitution and ignites rising tensions between Japan, China and North Korea. Facing North Korean and Chinese blockades of shipping across the Korea Strait, Japan requests US assistance in accordance with American obligations under Article 9 of the Japanese Post War Constitution.
Mounting evidence gathered by the I-SDF indicates that the devastation of the Japanese economy on the now infamous ‘Black Gold Day’ may have been caused by intentional Information Warfare attacks.
As nations begin to mobilize and the United States activates the USS Clarence E Walsh, the world’s premiere Electronic and Information Warfare platform and dispatches her to the region, Third Echelon gets wind of a small and seemingly unrelated incident that may end up having global repercussions…
- UNPRECEDENTED REALISM - Advanced physics modeling enables rag doll physics, particle effects, and seamlessly dynamic environments.
- STAGGERING REPLAYABILITY - Achieve primary and optional secondary objectives, and negotiate missions with multiple pathways.
- TOMORROW'S STEALTH ARSENAL - Inflict devastation on America's enemies with the most advanced prototype weapons and gadgets, including electronic jammers and the newly customizable SC-20K modular weapons platform.
- DEADLY AGILITY - Take command of an incredibly fluid and expanded variety of stealth maneuvers including covert combat knife kills, crushing submission holds, and swift assault moves.
- HUNT OR BE HUNTED - Take on enemies with clever A.I. that enables them to flank your position, take cover, and remember past events.
- WHITE-KNUCKLE THRILLS - Unbearable, gut-wrenching moments of tension that will leave you gasping for air. A twisting storyline in a world threatened by a new brand of warfare.
- COOPERATIVE STEALTH - Play the first ever cooperative stealth action game. Coordinate infiltration missions with a partner against the A.I. Innovative joint strategies take teamwork to the next level.
- System Nintendo DS
- Release Date Jun 28, 2005
- No. of Players up to 4 players
- Category Action, Adventure
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