Splinter Cell: Double Agent (PS3)
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Experience the relentless tension and gut-wrenching dilemmas of life as a double agent. Lie. Kill. Sabotage. Betray. All to protect the innocent.
How far will you go to gain the enemy's trust? As covert operative Sam Fisher, you must infiltrate a vicious terrorist group and destroy it from within. You'll need to carefully weigh the consequences of your actions. Kill too many terrorists and you¿ll blow your cover. Hesitate and millions will die. Do whatever it takes to complete your mission, but get out alive.
- Double agent gameplay and branching storyline: Play both sides and decide between opposing NSA and terrorists objectives. You choose who's priorities to support, and who's to undermine. Your actions affect the story and gameplay, leading to shockingly different endings.
- Upgradeable weapons and gadgets: As you progress get access to upgraded prototype gadgets and weapons, like improved night vision, based on your choices and covert skills.
- Authentic double agent tactics: Use realistic tactics, based on testimonies of actual undercover agents, to sabotage the enemies' plans.
- Don't blow your cover: Steal, destroy, kill, and evade the authorities. Do whatever it takes to make your mark and gain their trust.
- A world of International espionage: Go from Shanghai and Cozumel to America itself, where New York City and Los Angeles are threatened by the terrorists' agenda of destruction.
- All-new extreme gameplay situations: Conduct your missions underwater amidst churning ice floes, in a blinding sandstorm, or even sheathed in dust and smoke.
quintus, NOLDICK. 9 June 2009
"Personally, I think this game is shallow.
upgraded for a PS3, Jerky maneuverbility and graphics Slightly improved
the game play and story somewhat continues from the previous two games"
what disappoints me from this game is that there has been no improvement in game play,
the involment in the missions is non exsistent other that sneaking from one point to another and the optional Hack and spy and so on,
other than a shoddy 3D map and worst of all - timed game play that limits a players options
in the game environment- BIG NO NO.
Farrel, Century City. 23 July 2010
I wouldn't suggest anyone with a PS3 to purchase this game. It's a terrible port from the PC/Xbox to Playstation. And it's evident that Ubisoft can't port the games over as the new version of Splinter Cell will remain on PC/Xbox :(