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Proving you can't keep a good agent down, Sam Fisher returns for this third undercover outing, which takes him deep inside North Korea on an information warfare mission.

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Sam Fisher (voice)
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Irving Lambert (voice)
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William Redding (voice)
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Captain Arthur Partridge (voice) (as Dany Wells)
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Morris Odell (voice)
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Milan Nedich (voice)
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Admiral Toshiro Otomo (voice) (as Terrence Scammel)
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Hugo Lacerda (voice)
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Long Dan (voice)
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In 2007, tensions between China, Japan, North and South Korea, and even the United States threaten to ignite all-out war. The root of this crisis is Japan's creation of a branch of its military that most of its neighbors view as a threat to regional peace. However, an inside group is also contributing to this crisis, and Special Agent Sam Fisher of Third Echelon is sent to the region to defuse the crisis and find out who is behind it. Written by Sam

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Bring the battle closer.


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31 March 2005 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory  »

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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. See more »

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In the battery level, the map of Korea on the monitors is reversed. See more »

Quotes

Sam Fisher: What are you doing here?
South Korean Soldier: Wait you are American, I am South Korean. We're allies!
Sam Fisher: I can see that from the uniform, what are you doing here?
South Korean Soldier: I am the advance scout for my unit, they're not far behind.
Sam Fisher: How many?
South Korean Soldier: Four more. Allies, allies! We're badly reduced, can you help us?
Sam Fisher: I'm afraid i'm a little busy.
South Korean Soldier: Who are you?
Sam Fisher: I'm the guy you never saw.
South Korean Soldier: If you don't let me tell my unit, they won't know you're on our side! Please we're allies!
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Referenced in Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 (2008) See more »

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Resonance
Written and performed by Kesshin
Heard on several of the radios spread throughout the game
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Splinter Cell
21 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

Plain and simple its a really good game. its got an awesome plot and the graphics have improved from the old splinter cell games. when i got this game and played it i was addicted i just couldn't get enough of the game. I wouldn't recommend playing co-op with someone who's never played the game before. I've tried. Usually they will just run around shooting anything and end up getting killed within the first minute or so. but the single player is terrific. If you don't have any patience i wouldn't recommend playing the game. In this game you are the shadows. YOU choose how, when, and where they die. YOU are your enemy's greatest fear. they cant stop you. at the flicker of a light your enemies will fall. how do you kill something that can't be seen? you don't.


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