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 »


[Sam Fisher grabs an Indonesian terrorist from behind and is questioning him]
Indonesian terrorist: They've got guns.
Sam Fisher: I'm shocked and amazed. What else?
Indonesian terrorist: They're escorting a... Um, nothing.
Sam Fisher: What? Escorting who?
Indonesian terrorist: Nothing, I... I made a mistake!
Sam Fisher: [losing his patience] Escorting who?
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3 April 2004 | by (Wauconda, Illinois) – See all my reviews

If you are thinking this is going to be the same as the original, you're wrong. Sure, you're still Sam Fisher, an expert spy who can infiltrate a factory without anyone know he's there. But there is one really big change. You're outdoors. Yep, you heard me. And boy do they make it look good. The environments are lush and beautiful. The bushes sway in the wind as you move past them. You still have to deal with industrial settings though. But even they can't match the beauty of the outdoors. Okay, enough of that. Lets go to gameplay. The AI is 100x approved over the original. Now enemies can grab a civilian and hold them hostage. Also, if they detect you, they don't have to run over to the alarm. Just one push of a button on their uniform, and that little baby will start sounding. And if you sound one alarm, every enemy will have a bullet proof vest on. Two alarms a helmet. Three alarms, I don't know, but it's not good. Which leads me to another thing. The game is hard. Really hard. It's impossible to beat a level on the first try. Even experts of the original will have a hard time getting through this. But even though it's hard, it's really short. There's only eight levels(the original had ten). But one thing will get you busy after you're done... The multiplayer. Here's how it is. A team of mercenaries try to get the spy. That's it. But it's fun trying to hunt down an almost invisible person. And it's fun killing unsuspecting mercenaries while you're almost invisible. So let me sum it up. The graphics are incredible, the AI is seamless, and the multiplayer is fun. Pandora Tomorrow gets a 5 out of 5.

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