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Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory (Video Game 2005) Poster

(2005 Video Game)

Trivia

Takes place approximately 14 months after the events of the previous game.
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The first Splinter Cell game to be rated M.
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During the 5th level, on Displace International Headquarters, when in an air vent you can hear two guys talking about the new Prince of Persia game, made by Ubisoft.
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In the news report prior to the Hokkaido mission, one of the scrolling headlines reads: "Front man of punk band Kesshin sent to jail". Kesshin is the band that composed the music heard on radios in various parts of the game.
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Sam and Douglas Shetland's first face-to-face meeting in this game takes place in a bar. In Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow (2004) Shetland offers to sit down and have a drink with Sam some time.
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In the Fourth Level ("Penthouse Level") there are two TVs that show still images from Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow (2004), the second Splinter Cell game.
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Because the game depicts a war between North and South Korea, South Korea, which as of 2011 is still officially, but not actually, in a state of war with its northern neighbor, banned the game to avoid tensions with North Korea. However, this ban was lifted in 2007, and also applied to some other games that depicts a war between the two Koreas.
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Spoilers 

The trivia item below may give away important plot points.

Red Nishin means "Red Herring" in Japanese. This foreshadows that the group was a "red herring" for the I-SDF.
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