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Utgivelsesdato: 18. feb, 2003

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Inkluderer 4 objekter: Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Chaos Theory®, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction™ Deluxe Edition, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent®, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell®

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Innfilter terroristenes stillinger, få viktig informasjon på alle måter du kan, drep uten ettertanke, og forsvinn uten et spor.
Du er Sam Fisher, en topptrent hemmelig agent for NSAs hemmelige avdeling Third Echelon. Verdens skjebne er i dine hender når dataterrorisme og internasjonale konflikter er i ferd med å bryte ut i en tredje verdenskrig.
  • Gå bak avisoverskriftene til de moderne spionenes verden slik den er i virkeligheten – gå inn Tom Clancys realistiske univers. Ta på deg det nyeste klassifiserte utstyret og de nyeste våpnene for agenter i felten.
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    • Operativsystem som støttes: Microsoft Windows® 2000/XP
    • Prosessor: Pentium® III eller AMD Athlon™ 800 MHz
    • Systemminne: 256 MB RAM eller mer
    • Skjermkort: 32 MB 3D skjermkort
    • Lydkort: DirectX 8.1-kompatibelt lydkort
    • DirectX-versjon: DirectX®-versjon 8.1 eller nyere
    • Harddisk: 1,5 GB tilgjengelig harddiskplass
    • Flerspiller: Internett-tilkobling via bredbånd
    • Operativsystem som støttes: Microsoft Windows® 2000/XP
    • Prosessor: Pentium® III eller AMD Athlon™ 1,0 GHz
    • Systemminne: 256 MB RAM eller mer
    • Skjermkort: 64 MB 3D skjermkort
    • Lydkort: Direct X 8.1-kompatibelt lydkort med surround-system
    • DirectX-versjon: Direct X 8.1
    • Harddisk: 2,1 GB tilgjengelig harddiskplass
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Publisert: 28. juni
Product received for free
My favourite franchise of all time so i can't really talk bad about this. Amazing level design, gameplay kinda rough compared to the others, it's the first one so it's understandable
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( 1.0 timer registrert )
Publisert: 28. juni
This is the only game that I can get 200 or more frames in... and I love it, I am probably gonna make video playthrough of it too. seriously though this is a great stealth game, and I love it
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Publisert: 22. juni
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Best Tom Clancy ever I hope to remake this game
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Publisert: 19. juni
Old school stealth game through and through. Think more along the lines of Thief rather than Hitman or Dishonored. It's got lovely lighting and shadow effects and the models and environments look nice considering it's age. I'm a sucker for stealth game which don't hold your hand.

I found this game overly frustrating and medicore. It's frustrating because its shadow system, which reminded me heavily of the early Thief games at first, doesn't work half the time. You think you are sitting in darkness but the bar to the bottom right thinks otherwise, and everyone nearby opens fire on you. You fire back, and then realise too late that any deaths or more than one alert fails the mission. Your handler makes damn sure you know about it too. So insta-fail missions are in there too. Considering this was Ubisoft, why am I not surprised; they still employ it today in Assassins Creed.

The game's worst sins are the terrible controls for jumping (a mixture of movement keys and left-shift) and the level design. Trying to grab onto a ledge from above is trial and error gameplay at its worst. Double jumping correctly requires you to face the higher ledge you want to reach so the guy can pull himself up onto it. I found myself quicksaving not just when I was in a tight spot surrounding patrolling guards, but everytime I needed to make a jump or grab a ledge below. Jumping from a pipe to a balcony for instance, is just as bad, if not worse. It really does feel like the game is punishing you for trying to move forwards.

Moving forwards is ALL you do in this game. I thought older games had massive levels that you could easily get lost in? Not this one. Every level is a corridor or a courtyard. No grand palaces/agency complexes with multiple covert entrances or opportunities to enter. Nope, always one, every time. And there are plenty of scripted moments too. Really, it feels far more like Call of Duty: Stealth Edition than any other stealth game I know.

The story? Bleugh. It's about as bland as they get. The Russians, the Chinese and some nuclear weapons. Nothing interesting comes out of those things unless you add James Bond. And Splinter Cell guy certainly doesn't feel like a James Bond game, especially when you mistakenly double jump to your demise in the last mission because the movement is so damn arbritary.

All in all, I'd say it's not worth playing. There are better stealth games out there than Splinter Cell, much less frustrating yet no less challenging or rewarding. Try Styx: Master of Shadows, or Dishonored on V.Hard using no powers and with the HUD off. Linearity is better suited for fast paced action gaming like shooters or puzzle-based platformers, not patient and meticulous stealth gameplay. In the Splinter Cell series alone, there are also better games - Chaos Theory I've heard is everyone's favourite entry and one of its strengths is the variety of ways in approaching missions and carrying out objectives.

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( 15.9 timer registrert )
Publisert: 19. juni
Decent stealth game for their first try.
Nice tools and set pieces.
Gunplay is pretty bad, especially when the game forces you into it.
A few bugs with the enemy AI sometimes.
The lack of a proper map or directional arrow makes progress a lot slower, even if the game is linear, as in you have a lot of "jammed" doors until you do x or y, where is x and y, who knows.

Chaos Theory improves in every way.
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Publisert: 15. juni
The politics are laughable, the dialogue absurd, but the gameplay is really good and that's what makes it a classic.
also: the guards hum "If I Were a Rich Man" from Fiddler on the Roof. Best reference ever.
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Publisert: 10. juni
Good old days...
Back when games were without DLCs & much long enough SP compaingns with good storylines. Not like today's 3 hrs of game & then only MP..
Good game, played this again after long years & couldn't feel an old game. Graphics, cutscenes & animations make slight difference now, but that's OK! It's barely noticable because game is really nice! It has good story, good & real hard worked AI, enviromnets & overall stuff. This is one of the greatest title from Stealth catagory.

*Recommended for Stealth/Assassination lovers!*
*Buy Splinter Cell Bundle/Collection on sale. It's totally worth*
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( 15.9 timer registrert )
Publisert: 8. juni
I don't care what anyone says, this was the best Splinter Cell game. Easily a 15 hour long campaign for most players, excellent voice acting, interesting story.
However, the gameplay in general could be a bit clunky at times but overall the controls were nice and solid, even though we are given one or two abilities we wouldn't use in many situations. The game can be incredibly frustrating at times, so patience is needed. There's also a glitch where the cutscene flicker like hell, but I'm sure you guys can find a fix on the internet.
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( 8.7 timer registrert )
Publisert: 5. juni
"Iosif, do you see those 3 green dots in that dark corner"
"Must be nothing"

The stealth can get awkward when guards pretend they dont see you although you are right in front of them, the maps altough linear are somewhat hard to navigate through and the story is not believable.

Still a solid stealth game.
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Publisert: 5. juni
I get nervous when the bad guys start making "blood" jokes.
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84 av 89 personer (94%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
8.7 timer registrert
Publisert: 9. januar, 2014
While it pales in comparison to its franchise's third entry, the original Splinter Cell is still a very entertaining experience, with an engrossing plot and oodles of gadgets to match. If you played this after playing later entries like Double Agent or Chaos Theory, or (god help you) Conviction or Blacklist, you might encounter some difficulty getting used to this game's quirks and its overall non-streamlined nature compared to later entries. Give this game a little patience, however, and it will reward you with a rich story and a satisfying stealth experience. However, if you want a more refined and near-perfect stealth experience, you might want to pass this game up in favor of Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory.
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48 av 50 personer (96%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 1. september, 2014
It's been more than a decade since the original release of Splinter Cell. Does the game still hold up as one of the pioneer hardcore stealth games to this day? ...Yes, yes it does.

You play as Sam Fisher, a Splinter Cell in the secretive OPs agency known as 3rd Echelon. You are shadow, invisible, a ghost...and an excellent infiltrator. Should you be captured, you would cease to exist to the general public. With the credo realized, you must play this game as if the light will burn you alive. You will slowly creep through various locales finding ways to circumvent guards or silently take them out. You are provided a generous amount of tools and gadgets to help you in this cause. Be it sticky cameras, wall mines, to snake will always find a use for the tinkets possessed by Sam.

The game is pretty unforgiving in terms of stealth. There are 5 ratings of exposure to light you can be in at once and depending on your current position will determine how fast a guard realizes it is a bionic commando versus a mosquito buzzing around. There is also an invisible noise detection level which varies depending on the surface you creep upon. You can flatten yourself against a wall to be even more hidden and use distractions such as light switches to pull unexpecting guards to their sleepy fate.

One aspect that still amazes me is that you can sneak through most levels without ever touching a guard or being detected. Granted, since this game needs to have a little bit of variation from the normal stealth'll find yourself in a couple of mandatory shootouts. These occurances are few and far between and help break the typical slow creep and crawl you'll be doing through most of the game. Music and sound play a big part with music dynamically ramping up in intensity when guards are becoming alerted to your prescence to heavy rock when a battle is unavoidable. Ambience of halogen lights and crickets chirping as well as cars passing by will be your typical tune when you are a ghost.

Techincally speaking, the game looks great if you do a few simple tweaks in the game's .ini files. I personally could not see the CG cutscenes without sacrificing my graphical tweaks but just watch them on YouTube and you'll still get the full effect. A small price to pay for 1080p and anti-alising. The game runs stable at 60fps and looks fairly decent for its time. Volumetric lighting and partial physics exist here.

I can fully recommend Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell for anyone looking for an actual stealth game where slow and steady certainly and almost always wins the race.
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41 av 46 personer (89%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 16. april, 2015
- Fantastic graphics for a game released on the 18th of Febuary 2003 that was probably made using an even older engine
- Easy to run
- Nostalgic for people who played this game in their childhood
- Awesomely fun
- Difficult stealth wise
- Difficult action wise
- lots of gadgets
- Interesting storyline
- Fun missions

- I can't really think of any.
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33 av 34 personer (97%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
15.9 timer registrert
Publisert: 2. juli, 2015
For today's standards, this is a good game. The graphics are pretty good for a 2002 release, and the gameplay is solid enough to be fun. Back in the day it was kind of a big deal, but nowadays many elements feel dated: the levels are very linear, the story is forgettable, the music is unremarkable and there's no content besides the main campaign. I recommend it for fans of the series or the stealth genre for historical reasons, but for everyone else, Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory is the one to play. It's a good deal when you buy it with the Elite Echelon Pack which comes with SC, SC:CT, SC:DA and Conviction.

Also a quick note: The PC port was made with old Nvidia cards in mind, so on most modern hardware you'll be missing many of the special effects the original Xbox version had, as it falls back to a generic setting. The lack of this generic setting on the sequel (Pandora Tomorrow) is the reason why it's not on sale on Steam.
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43 av 51 personer (84%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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19.6 timer registrert
Publisert: 6. januar, 2015
Forgot how beautiful this game is.

It doesn't seem to age at all, by contrary, it looks and feels better than a lot of bigger and newer titles...
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32 av 35 personer (91%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
21.2 timer registrert
Publisert: 4. august, 2013
I like stealth action games and I like Splinter Cell as it does stealth action very well.

The stealth mechanics are very good, especially tracking light exposure and noise made. There are many ways to approach problems and I very much enjoyed playing cat and mouse with my victims while being completely undetected. The setups are mostly well-thought out and the variety of mechanics keep it interesting. I dislike being forced into story-driven firefights so often, but at least the gun mechanics are up to it. The music is somewhat generic and the story seems to be sort of lackluster in that it's hard to care about the characters or what's happening to them.
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26 av 28 personer (93%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
9.5 timer registrert
Publisert: 19. desember, 2013
Splinter Cell, a Stealth Action game very much like Metal Gear Solid, except not nearly as over-the-top ridiculous awesome (although this game is pretty awesome). You play as Sam Fisher, America's resident badass to prevent major world conflict (particularly war) and save the lives of many many people. Sam is a no-nonsense guy who is VERY good at his job.

Story: 9/10
The story is pretty good, a little cheesy at times but good nonetheless. You are basically traveling across the world infiltrating places (EVEN THE CIA) in order to find out more information about your enemies. Sam is an NSA agent, part of Third Echelon, which is supposed to be super top-secret, the kind that if you are caught, it will cause an international crisis because you are probably breaking a few treaties.

Sound: 10/10
Sound is a MAJOR element of the game. The effects are pretty good and whatnot, and "Name of the Game" by Crystal Method is a kickass song. I'm giving this a 10 because the game relies on you being STEALTHY, which means sneaking and timing and making minimal errors, prepare to save often!

Graphics: 10/10
Considering the game was released in 2003, the graphics are way ahead of its time! You use the element of surprise and hide in the shadows in order to achieve your objectives. This combined with the sound factor from above basically make you a modern day ninja with night vision and death at your fingertips.

Gameplay: 10/10
A little complicated at times, things aren't always so obvious, and that is a really good thing. The game is really easy if you know what to expect, so on your first playthrough be prepared to have a lot of "WTF" moments. With everything flowing together so well, you really find yourself immersed and FEELING like Sam Fisher. When you have to run, your heart will race. When you have to be quiet, you will find yourself holding your breath. This game is truly magnificent for its time.

Overall: 9/10
Naturally, I would give this a 10/10, but I have one major gripe. The xbox version came with FREE DLC, which were 3 additional levels after the end of the game. We don't get those on PC. Apparently there is a way to grab them, I think it was supposed to come with a 1.3 patch if you also have Chaos Theory (Splinter Cell 3) installed, I didn't try though. The game isn't any less good because of it, just a little depressing.

I should also like to note, if you are looking at the sequels, Steam doesn't have Splinter Cell 2, Pandora Tomorrow. There is apparently a PC version you can go buy or something, so I'm not sure why it isn't on Steam, it is depressing, so until we get it, enjoy playing Chaos Theory and so on.
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22 av 22 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 25. mai
Just to let other older gamers know, in case you're wondering like I was if there's any way this will look and run even remotely bearable on modern systems (and especially Win 10 64-bit), that it actually seems to work! All that was needed was to apply the widescreen patch ( as referenced by ThirteenAG in thread and BAM, there it is in 1080p and looking better than some titles from around 2010.

For this price, I'm pretty confident it was a good idea to begin this walk down the memory lane. Looking forward to relive all the enjoyment I once had with this game!
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24 av 26 personer (92%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 9. mars, 2014
So you may have seen my review of Splinter Cell Conviction. If you haven't, I hate the game. I mostly hate the game because this one is BEAUTIFUL! Oh ma gawd this game is fantastic! The AI is clever, especially at this time in gaming. The game looks rather good, not that graphics are the main focus and never should be. The stealth is fantastic, masterfully done. Finding different paths to bypass guards is really cool. Or making a distraction and hiding in shadows as the investigate, then moving along or knocking them out. I feel awesome. I feel like frikin' James bond, but cooler and better with less sex. The story isn't normal Tom Clancy standards, but not as bad as Call of duty (which is just TERRORISTS TERRORISTS SHOOT SHOOT BLAH!). I highly recommend this game to anyone. I'd give it a 10/10!
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42 av 57 personer (74%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 11. oktober, 2013
Really fun, still have it for the gamecube. Set the standered for splinter cell game till double agent were they started to go for a 007 feel with an action spy.
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