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Splinter Cell (Video Game 2002) Poster

(2002 Video Game)

Goofs

Audio/visual unsynchronised 

Wilkes has a silenced pistol, but when he fires it, we clearly hear an unsilenced sound.
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Jump to: Anachronisms (1) | Continuity (2) | Errors in geography (1) | Factual errors (3) | Plot holes (1) | Revealing mistakes (4)

Anachronisms 

In the Kalinatek level, the emails dates say 2002 on them when it's supposed to be 2004.
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Continuity 

When Fisher is in the Osprey en route to his first mission, Grimsdottir is standing behind him, hands on his shoulders. The camera view that Lambert has of Fisher shows nobody behind him.
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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.
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Errors in geography 

The map at the Russian naval base in the Vselka mission is in English, not Cyrillic.
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Factual errors 

Knocking out a guard obviously makes a lot more noise than shooting him, even though its supposed to be the stealthier way. The game's explanation is that other guards can hear him groan when shot, but they don't seem to hear the noises made when you knock him out (he still groans, and then hits the floor rather hard).
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The CIA Headquarters in real life is guarded by the CIA Security Protective Service, but in the game it is shown as being guarded by private security guards.
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The U.S. soldiers in the Abbatoir level have the flags on their uniforms backwards. They're supposed to be with the blue field facing forward. Also, they're missing the nametapes that go above the chest pockets.
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Plot holes 

After Wilkes is shot, the V-22 Osprey is seen to be in Russian Airspace. Russia is a little over 5600 miles from Langley. The Osprey has a cruise speed of 277 MPH, meaning Wilkes would have been bleeding in the back of the Osprey for 20 hours.
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Revealing mistakes 

The signs on the Russian submarine Vselka are in English and not Cyrillic.
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The wet floor signs at the Georgian defense ministry are in English, not Georgian.
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In one cutscene, General Fisk appears without his ribbons on his uniform.
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Some of the CIA officers at Langley have suppressed pistols but when they shoot them, they make a loud noise.
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