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Splinter Cell Chaos Theory PS2 Game Guide

Welcome to our Sony PlayStation2 guide to the game Splinter Cell Chaos Theory, it contains everything we currently know about Splinter Cell Chaos Theory for the PS2 videogame console.

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Guide to Splinter Cell Chaos Theory on the PlayStation 2

Splinter Cell Chaos Theory for the PS2, is the third in the Splinter Cell series and offers the great playability and enjoyability of the previous titles, with some notable (and more fun) improvements most especially the new multiplayer options over and above the solo mode.

In Splinter Cell Chaos Theory, you once again play Sam Fisher a stealth agent this time on a mission to stop terrorists who are responsible for devastating electronic attacks on the US. Sam Fisher is a pretty straight-forward character in the previous titles, but the new Splinter Cell has a slightly more coherent storyline and a bit of character development. Not much, to be sure, but the series has always placed its enjoyable playability, action and stealth over and above a story line. There is the usual Tom Clancy high technical jargon, conspiracy theories, double crossing and international intrigue to keep you glued on your mission though.

The improvements in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Chaos Theory are many. First, there are some significant extras thrown in for solo mode and your stealth abilities. One of them is the inclusion of a knife, that allows you to sneak up to your enemy, grab them around the neck and either choke them or stab them. The knife is also a very versatile tool: allowing you to cut your way through materials and some areas. Also, in previous games you could hang from your legs and shoot. In Splinter Cell Chaos Theory, you can hang from your legs and grab someone. You can also throw your enemies off balconies, grab people through walls, or blow out candles. You have some extra move options as well: the ability to knee kick, punch, or give the usual elbow strikes. You can open doors more stealthily, too (open them slowly) or bash them down, or just open them normally. All of these additions are significant stealthy improvements, giving you more options of how to get around unseen.

The bad guys are also now a little more clever than in previous installments they will react according to the weather (seek for shelter in the rain etc.), run for cover, or also try and out-flank you. They sometimes also have flares and sticks, so they are able to cause a lot more trouble when you are detected. there are far less alarms in this game than before, and the levels are larger, making the gameplay a lot more fun.

The next huge improvement are the multiplayer options. Notably, the co-op multiplayer is fantastic. In dual-screen mode, you can help each other climb walls (like boosting someone up a ledge, lowering a rope etc.) You can work together in bringing a bad guy down, and help each other cross ledges etc. This adds a unique feature to the game that is incredibly fun. The versus mode allows you to go online and challenge three other players in a spies vs mercenaries game, and the online the maps are very large as well.

The graphics for Splinter Cell Chaos Theory for the Playstation 2 are brilliant. The lighting effects are very realistic, and Sam will even react to the weather. In rainy weather, his suit will glisten and reflect differently on walls and the like. Shadows and lights are realistic, and the sound effects add significantly to the realism (wind, radio chatter, raindrops, or mechanical hums amongst others.) Noise is also important in the game : you have a noise meter on the screen, so you can monitor how much noise Sam is making as opposed to the surrounding noise, and able to strategize differently depending on this factor.

Splinter Cell Chaos Theory has enough to develop into a classic, and makes for an outstanding game. Fans of the series may have been worried that it was released too soon from the previous title, but the game has proved to be a wonderful improvement and a truly classic Sony PS2 game.

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