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Tom Clancys Splinter Cell - Pandora Tomorrow (GC)

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Manufacturer: Ubi Soft / Genre: Shooter

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      16.11.2005 21:00
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      I believe this game is well worth anyones hard earned cash!

      Sam Fisher is at it again. The NSA has again called upon him to get them out of another sticky situation. This time there's an attack on the US Embassy in Jakarta in which hostages have been taken and its up to Fisher (and you) to put things right. As you may expect this is just the start for Fisher as he slowly uncovers a plan, which if carried out will have dire consequences for the United States.
      For those who are new to the Splinter Cell games you’re in for a real treat. You take control of Sam Fisher, a highly skilled field operative who with his support team make up a Splinter Cell. A Splinter Cell is an intelligence-gathering unit formed by the NSA to “quietly” take care of problems and gather sensitive information from behind enemy lines. This is not a shoot’em up. You will often have to sneak, hide, climb and trick your way passed guards and civilians, as you will not always have clearance to kill.
      Pandora Tomorrow really is a great game. It has got all the excitement of the first Splinter Cell game, but with more varied environments, new moves and tougher game play. I believe Pandora Tomorrow easily excelles its predecessor.

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