Stealth-mission expert Sam Fisher is sent after a terrorist, who leads an operation involving setting up bombs with the smallpox virus on US territory.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sam Fisher (voice)
Irving Lambert (voice)
William Dunn ...
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Stephen Croce ...
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Chris Mack ...
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Jesse Joe Walsh ...
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Alan Rossett ...
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Adriana Anderson ...
Anna Grimsdottir / Additional Voices (voice)
Dana Burns Westburg ...
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Ken Samuels ...
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Leslie Lanker ...
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Lauren Alexandre ...
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Andy Chase ...
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Stealth-mission expert Sam Fisher is sent after a terrorist, who leads an operation involving setting up bombs with the smallpox virus on US territory.

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The new dawn of stealth action.


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17 March 2004 (USA)  »

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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow  »

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The game plants several seeds for the plot of its follow-up Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory (2005). The UN investigation called Project Watson, the controversy surrounding Japan's ISDF, the Black Gold Day market crash, the introduction of Douglas Shetland and Displace International and to a lesser extent the name "Nakariakov" are all given small mentions in this game, and while seemingly irrelevant and unrelated, later become key points in the sequel. See more »


Lambert can be seen getting a vaccination for small pox between mission 4 and 5. Lambert was born in 1961, meaning he attended primary school in the mid 1960's and early 1970's. At that time school children were routinely given several vaccination, including small pox, making the vaccination unnecessary and wasteful. Nearly all Americans over about 30 in 2006 would be immune to that virus. See more »


Anna Grimsdottir: Oh my God.
Sam Fisher: What?
Irving Lambert: What?
Anna Grimsdottir: The terrorists have remotely triggered a bomb.
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Referenced in Psych: Death Is in the Air (2010) See more »

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My favorite Splinter cell
4 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I gotta say, out of all four Splinter Cell games: Pandora Tomorrow is my favorite. Splinter cell had the intro and the opening to introduce Fisher and his life as a covert opp., but lacked the grittiness and charisma of a Tom Clancy idea. Chaos Theory was for the hype, it had cool weapons, cool submission moves and environment interactions though. Double agent was just reaching too far. It's a next gen game, but it just failed to deliver on the character development of it's hype. But Pandora tomorrow: as true to Clancy as one of his novels. Gritty, suspenseful, and challenging. I liked the need for patience and timing in the game, and it had more levels with cinematic flare then the rest. The T.V. station level with the rain? Classic. The player has to change vision modes to avoid flash blindness by the lighting and time it to take out the guards around him. If there is ever a movie of Splinter cell, that level has to be a adapted for it.

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