Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell
UbisoftCompatible with GameCube™ (GC)
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- Wide variety of gadgets, including lock-pick kit, binoculars, wire camera
- If necessary, use silenced pistol and nonlethal weapons
descriptionAlthough Splinter Cell did not premiere on the Nintendo GameCube, Ubi Soft has taken the added time to make some noticeable improvements and additions to make this version the best. Thirty minutes of computer animated cut-scenes flesh out the story line. All-new music has been recorded by the acclaimed Prague Orchestra.
The graphics engine has been overhauled and fine-tuned to take advantage of the Nintendo GameCube's abilities. The frame-rate has received a definite boost, giving everything a much smoother appearance. Splinter Cell's famous lighting and shadow effects are still present as well. Beams of lights cascade realistically over the environments and on Sam himself.
Levels have been balanced and tweaked to minimize confusion. For example, the first level used to have a wide gap that was very difficult to jump across, resulting in many a Controller being hurled in frustration. The Nintendo GameCube version has an overhead beam that can be traversed hand-over-hand, minimizing frustrating death sequences.
The interface has also been fine-tuned. Approaching doors will automatically give you a set of options without having to dig through your inventory. You can use your wire camera on any door or opt to use lock picks. Keypad codes will appear at the bottom of the screen, eliminating the need for tedious memorization.
Link up with a GBA to unlock special features, including the Sticky Bomb in the GCN. You can also unlock levels in the GBA version.
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