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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent

Compatible with Xbox360™, Xbox One™
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  • Dual objectives to fulfill: NSA government agents and terrorists will each want you to accomplish opposing tasks at the same time.
  • Discover the tension of being a double agent: Use actual tactics employed by today's real-life double agents to sabotage the terrorists' plans.
  • Explore a branching storyline with multiple endings: Your choices have an impact on how the story and gameplay unfold.
  • A world of international espionage: Missions from all over the world, from Asia to Africa to the heart of the U.S.
  • Experience extreme situations: underwater or in a sandstorm, hiding behind the dust or smoke - and even skydiving.
  • New authentic gadgets: Master the latest weapons and gadgets used by NSA government agents in addition to black-market terrorist weapons.
  • Xbox 360 extras: Two additional alternate single-player missions, nine all-new merged versus and co-op maps, and new underwater and sandstorm combat.
  • Compatible with Xbox One


Veteran agent Sam Fisher is back. But he's never faced an enemy like this before. To stop a devastating attack, he must infiltrate a vicious terrorist group and destroy it from within. For the first time ever, experience the relentless tension and gut-wrenching dilemmas of life as a double agent. As you infiltrate a terrorist organization in its American headquarters, you must carefully weigh the consequences of your actions. Kill too many criminals and you'll blow your cover. Hesitate too long and millions will die. Do whatever it takes to complete your mission, but get out alive.

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Great game
Splinter Cell Double Agent succeeds where most of the games fail. It makes you regret for some of the choices you make. Without getting much into the story, you need to be a double agent (as the title says), which means that you will have to work for the Third Echelon and for a terrorist cell. You will need to convince them both that you are on their side (you need to take down the terrorists of course). There a lot of hard decisions that you need to make. Double Agents is one of the best Splinter Cell games out here.
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the last classic splinter cell game
this is the last SC title that has the classic game play style. The newer game adopts a faster play-style. This game is all about sneaking and sstealth and does it flawlessly. Earlier SC titles had the best graphics available when they launched. This one was simply on par with other games available.
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Double Agent, Double Fun
Another Tom Clancy hit with this great stealth tactical games. The plot and gameplay have become more interesting as you have to choose sides, and decide the best way to outwit your opponents.
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Sam Fisher's next-gen debut
The fourth installment of the hit stealth-action francise doesnot disappoint. It delivers on most counts and whatever grouses are there, are generally nitpickings in totality. The game has shiny new graphics, terrific sounds, tight controls and an engrossing plot-line. Sam Fisher's next-gen debut is a solid one. The interesting moral choices given to Sam Fisher in this game are the highlights. The delicate balancing act required on the player's part to trully make Fisher a double agent is a welcome addition to this genre and this series in particular. There are some minor issues (essentially bugs) doesnot detract from the overall attractiveness of the game. Play-Asia as usual offers the best deal for this game and I recieved this game pretty fast (by regular airmail) which is simply awesome. This game is a must have for all Splinter-Cell fans and anyone whose willing to spend some quality time with a quality title
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Tom Clancy\'s Splinter Cell: Double Agent
Sam Fisher is back in this fourth instalment of the ever popular Splinter Cell series. He takes on his toughest assignment by infiltrating a terrorist organisation in an effort to bring it down. Throughout the game, we see Sam experience that classic dilemman that moles face when he befriends people within the organisatio, blurring the lines of good and bad.

Gamers who have played past Splinter Cell games will have no trouble in Double Agent as gameplay in the solo campaign is identical to previous Splinter Cell games. Missions take place mostly under the cover of darkness, which means a lot of sneaking behind enemies, putting them into a vice grip, interrogating them (which can produce rather funny conversations) and finally disposing them either through lethal or non-lethal means. Sam comes armed with the usual fare of super spy gadgets and guns as well, from sticky cameras to EMP guns and rubber tranquiliser guns. Some missions feature AI allies whom you have to work together with to accomplish certain tasks.

Newcomers to the game need not worry, however; a tutorial on gameplay mechanics have been cleverly integrated into the first stage. A little video pops out at various stages of the game, showing you what move is to be executed before engaging you to press the correct button to re-enact the move just shown. Ubisoft has certainly stuffed Double Agent full of challenging campaigns as well as an interesting multiplayer mode that offers high replay value. While Splinter Cell Double Agent is released for both the Xbox and Xbox 360, it is interesting to note that both the titles are not identical at all - gameplay and storyline are treated differently, presenting two sides to the story, something that Splinter Cell fans might want to explore.
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