Splinter Cell (2002)

Video Game  |  Action, Crime, Drama  |  17 November 2002 (USA)
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Stealth-mission expert Sam Fisher searches for two US agents in a former Soviet republic and soon uncovers a plot involving a nuclear device.

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Storyline

Sam Fisher is an elite Black-Ops agent called the Splinter Cell. When two government operatives undercover in Georgia go missing, Sam is sent in by the Third Echelon to investigate. He discovers that the Georgian president is conspiring with mercenaries and computer experts for some kind of master plan, and despite Sam interrogating various involved members, he has a hard time getting further information, until its too late. What follows is a maelstrom of conspiracies, political backstabs, and complete pandemonium. Written by Kerwin Tsang

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Title design company Imaginary Forces created the opening credit sequence. Imaginary Forces head Kyle Cooper opted not to take part in the project. This was because he had previously worked on the opening of Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (2001), and, considering its director, Hideo Kojima, to be a close friend, didn't want to work on a game that competed with a Metal Gear game. See more »

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When Sam knocks grabs or knocks out a guard while he holds his weapon in his hands, the guard will never drop the weapon, not even after picking him up or dropping him. See more »

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Lambert: We've updated your OPSAT. To be clear: if you kill anybody, this mission's over. If you slip up on this one...
Sam Fisher: I'll find a fallout shelter and learn some prayers.
Lambert: I'm glad you understand. Be good.
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Followed by Splinter Cell (2017) See more »

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Written by Ken Jordan, Scott Kirkland & Tom Morello
Performed by The Crystal Method
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great game-play ... combined with an extremely fascistic story
27 February 2005 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

Even though the game-play is great the story implies a world view which gives me the creeps. The essential freedoms and the human rights can only be protected if the "good guy" break undermine these rights? Terrorist and unliked politicians have to be executed. Not even the government is being informed...because it is just the right thing. Even though many games use these ideas the normally don't promote them in such a naive propagandistic style.

With such naive distinction between good and evil implicating that the end always justifies the means, promotes fascistic ideas. it is a shame that such a great game is being destroyed down by the infantile world view of its designers.

game-play 4.5 out of 5 story ought better be banned


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