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Three-eyed gantry shuffler Sam Fisher hasn't starred in his own game since 2013's Blacklist, but Ubisoft are currently giving away the third and arguably best game in the series, 2005's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory. It's free to keep if you download it before November 25th.
But the campaign was good too, and free is free. To grab the game, head over to this page on the Ubisoft site. You'll need a Ubisoft Connect account to claim it; Ubisoft Connect is what was previously called Uplay. Sign in or sign-up and it will be added to your account. You'll then need to launch or download Ubisoft Connect in order to play.
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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell premiered on Microsoft's original Xbox system in November 2002, introducing Navy SEAL veteran and NSA operative Sam Fisher to the gaming world. Featuring a light/dark system and a premium on ammunition, Splinter Cell ushered in a next generation of stealth gaming and kickstarted a franchise that has seen seven titles to date, the most recent being 2013's "Blacklist." You can download Splinter Cell for free to your PC as part of Ubisoft's 30th anniversary promotion by clicking the image below!
You'll need to act fast, as the game will only be available for a limited time before Ubisoft replaces it with a new title in August. To download the game, you'll need a U-Play account, part of Ubisoft's online service. If you've played Watch Dogs, The Division or any of the company's Assassin's Creed titles, it's likely you already have one that you can log into. You'll also need the Uplay application for your PC, which you can download directly from the Ubi 30 website linked above.
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You of course will need a Ubisoft account and have to download Ubisoft Connect for PC to download it, but hey its one of the greatest games of our time. The original game released in 2002, starring Sam Fisher voiced by Michael Ironside. The game went toe-to-toe with Metal Gear Solid back in the day with stealth tactics overcoming more action oriented options.
Defense Ministry, T'bilisi, Georgia: Arriving at the Georgian Ministry of Defense, Fisher begins the search for Grinko, to find out why Blaustein and Madison were killed. Fisher first encounters and interrogates Grinko's personal driver, Hamlet. The latter reveals that Grinko is former-Spetznaz, now a mercenary and is shortly meeting a computer geek called Philip Masse in the elevator overlooking the Ministry courtyard. With this info, Fisher delves deeper into the interior, and locates Grinko and Masse meeting in the elevator. Using his Laser Mic, Fisher is able to secretly eavesdrop on their conversation and hears the two discussing Blaustein and Madison briefly. They then hint that Nikoladze is conducting some kind of top-secret operation in Azerbaijan, and that Nikoladze has evidence stored on his office computer. To uncover what they're hiding, Fisher infiltrates Nikoladze's personal office and has Anna Grímsdóttir, Third Echelon's technical expert, hack into the computer via satellite. The Ministry's security detects the hack and cuts Grímsdóttir's access, sending the building into alert. She hacks in again however, and retrieves the rest of the data, which reveals that Nikoladze has secretly been waging an ethnic-cleansing campaign in Azerbaijan, which is still ongoing by cells of the Georgian military. Fisher fights his way out of the building and escapes via helicopter, piloted by Third Echelon field runner Vernon Wilkes, Jr. The data that Grímsdóttir gained is further analyzed in full detail by the National Security Agency. The detected intrusion at the Ministry forces Nikoladze to go into underground hiding. He then kick-starts his campaign into full action: the Georgian military cells now start murder rampages throughout Azerbaijan. NATO sends troops into the affected areas in an effort to stop the attempted genocide, and to locate Nikoladze. During this chaos, the NSA notice, in the data retrieved from the Ministry, that a Georgian military cell stationed on an oil rig on the Caspian Sea has been exchanging data with the Georgian Presidential Palace, speculating it is of considerable significance; and thus Fisher is sent there to retrieve the data.
The Xbox versions' visuals include better lighting and less jagged polygon models, and utilize its graphical capabilities almost to the fullest. This version includes real-time cutscenes, rather than the full-motion videos from the other two versions. The game runs at a higher resolution than the PlayStation 2 version, and has a slightly more consistent frame rate than both the PlayStation 2 and GCN versions. None of the extras from the PlayStation 2 and GCN versions are present, though shortly after the other versions were released three exclusive levels were downloadable via Xbox Live and a disk release was bundled later on. The Xbox version is also backwards compatible with the Xbox 360 and the Xbox One.
The Windows version was a port of the Xbox version and duplicated that version's user interface and gameplay. However, the Windows version can be run at higher graphic resolutions than the console versions and some of the real-time cutscenes have been replaced with full-motion videos. The "checkpoint" save system from the Xbox version was replaced with the ability to save a game at any time and the controls were reworked to allow simultaneous use of a keyboard and mouse, with movement speed being controlled by the mouse wheel, a feature that received praise from several reviewers. None of the bonus content from the other versions are present on this version. The Xbox Live bonus levels (Kola Cell, Vselka Infiltration, Vselka Submarine) for the PC version were available as a patch included in the limited collector's edition of Chaos Theory and came pre-installed in the version of the game in the Ubisoft Action-Adventure Collection. It was also available in the Splinter Cell: Mission Pack, which is sold only in Europe. There is an unfortunate graphics problem in this version, though. Projected shadows would not appear with video cards Nvidia 6 series and up. This problem was caused because the game was a direct port from the Xbox, which renders shadows similarly to Nvidia 3, 4 and FX cards. It is possible to force the shadows, but this can cause system instabilities. This problem persists to Pandora Tomorrow.
The Mac version was a port of the Windows version and runs mostly at a 800x600 graphic resolution, real-time cutscenes have been replaced with full-motion videos. The save system has the ability to save a game at any time, controls were reworked to allow simultaneous use of a keyboard and mouse, with movement speed being controlled by the mouse wheel. No bonus content is present on this version.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell can be played on the Xbox 360, provided that the user has an official Microsoft HDD and they have the necessary updates for their system. DLC is supported for the system, but can no longer be downloaded from Xbox Live. While the game does run smooth, there are some notes: keypad lock colors will not display properly and there is a noticeable drop of FPS in some areas.
It's this kind of freedom, coupled with the fact that the game looks absolutely gorgeous, that's caused actual ripples of excitement whenever Splinter Cell has appeared in public. Best Action/Adventure Game at E3, Overall Best Game of Show at ECTS - hell, we've been raving about it ourselves since it was unveiled in Montreal earlier this year. This time, however, we've played it, or at least a couple of levels of it, and have tasted some of that freedom first-hand.
Gregoire is eager to stress this as we approach the first door in our first level of the game. Before entering a room, you can do several things. You can shoot out the lights outside so you can't be seen in the doorway. You can also use your snake cam, to give a sneak preview of what's going on in the next room." Obligingly, I select the optical cable camera from my inventory and use it to peek under the door. A grainy fish-eye view of the next room appears: inside, a guard stands restlessly between cells of prisoners, his back to the door. 2b1af7f3a8