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Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory (2005) (VG) More at IMDbPro »

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Despite the M rating, the violence is about on par with the original T rated "Splinter Cell", except for the fact that you now have a combat knife in your arsenal which you can use to bloodlessly despatch any enemies you wish to kill.

The possible boost in rating might have to do with a torture scene where a man is electrocuted to death (completely offscreen unless you shoot a sticky cam at the other wall but slightly disturbing dialogue about the victims state is uttered eg "his tongue is like a lump of coal"). It sounds a lot worse than it actually is, because one of the henchman whos torturing him is very reluctant to do so eg" I think I need to take a walk."

I heard the word "asshole" once. Possibly more coarse language.

Can be very tense but nothing to worry about


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