Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory was available by Ubisoft on March 21, 2005. It is the 3rd version of the Splinter Cell series with intense combat missions. In the game, you still control the main character, Sam Fisher – an NSA’s agent (National Security Agency) in many complex missions. Each will give different goals and areas. A new feature compared to the old versions is that players can kill prisoners during the interrogation process (previous versions only allowed to knock unconscious). Since then, this version is the first game of Splinter Cell series which labels M of ESRB – Entertainment Software Rating Board.
Two Game Modes
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory has two parts of playing, including the campaign with an individual or many other players. In single player, you will participate in a series of special missions in a certain order. Similar to the previous versions, you have to complete the mission according to a wise battle plan, and enemy detects. Players can also use many different weapons during combat (pistols, submachine guns, smoke or stun grenades …), and your melee weapon is a dagger.
In a mission, you have to carefully observe your surroundings before moving. Besides, the number of enemies will be different, and you have to destroy enemies without being detected. After defeating an enemy, you have to hide the body so that the camera system or other guards cannot detect it. In case you don’t hide the body, and the camera or the police detect, an alarm system will be activated. Meanwhile, the number of guards will increase, and your combat mission will take more time to complete. Along with having to perform an undetected task, you can also kill civilians to avoid accusations. However, killing civilians will make you limited some features in the next mission (do not eavesdrop on the phone …). About the multiplayer challenge, the game will prepare many private parts to explore. The first challenge is a cooperative game. Two players will control two different agents to perform the assigned tasks (similar to a single player but with complex design). In VS Mode, players will participate in competitions in two forms, deathmatch, and disk hunt. Deathmatch brings fight battles with other players or players have to work together to fight mercenaries. Disk hunt will present a series of different data disks and hide them in many places. You have to collect enough these disks (or more opponents) to win.