Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Chaos Theory  » Games  »
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  • While there have been improvements in the game, they left the best elements untouched, the game is fun like the previous games
  • In a way I think this takes something from the game, making it easier and allowing you to be more careless, I don't like that

    • by jefffelker40
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      Chaos Theory is the third game in the Splinter Cell Series, it was released in 2005, the game takes place in 2007. There are big changes in the story line, the graphics are better, the levels are more difficult, you can now choose a kit of weapons to take with you,

      depending on your missions, and objective.

      The game also features increased live play, co op and various online modes.

      The single player is my favorite though.

      While there have been improvements in the game, they left the best elements untouched, the game is fun like the previous games.

      In this game ...


      • triggering more then three alarms will not make you fail the mission, you just get a worse mission score, based on alarms triggered, and civilians killed.

        In a way I think this takes something from the game, making it easier and allowing you to be more careless, I don’t like that.

        You can also skip mission objectives, or they are canceled automatically if you forget something, you still progress through the game.

        The game is overall a good game, it isn’t as good in some ways as the previous games, and in some ways it is better, it is different though, and fun to play.




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