Splinter Cell also on PS2, GBA and GameCube

Ubi Soft Entertainment announced today that it will release Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell for the PS2 as well as for GameCube and GBA by spring 2003. Impatient fans will be treated to a PC-version of the blockbuster game earlier this year. You can check some new PC screens here and the first PS2 screens here (and I think you can now forget last year announcement about the game being an Xbox exclusive, lol)
TOM CLANCY’S SPLINTER CELL PREPARES TO INFILTRATE OTHER PLATFORMS Already available for Microsoft’s Xbox™, the internationally acclaimed espionage game is set for launch on other consoles this spring. Paris, FRANCE – January 7, 2003 – Ubi Soft® Entertainment, one of the world’s largest video game publishers, announced today that it will release Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system as well as for Nintendo’s GameCube™ and Game Boy® Advance by spring 2003. Impatient fans will be treated to a PC-version of the blockbuster game earlier this year. Since its initial release for the Xbox™ video game system in November 2002, Splinter Cell has gone on to sell 1 million units in North America alone and 600,000 units in Europe. It boasts an average rating of 94.4 (out of a possible 100), based on a sample of 54 reviews, and was most recently awarded GameSpy’s Xbox Game of the Year 2002 title. Splinter Cell on the Xbox™ has already been one of the most talked about games in the industry during this holiday season and the game is now anticipated to be very popular on the other platforms this spring. By expanding the game's release, Ubi Soft confirms its commitment to offer outstanding moments of entertainment to all players as well as its long-term ambition for the Splinter Cell brand. “With its all-around stupendous reviews and now its record sales, Splinter Cell is blazing a trail the likes of which the industry has rarely seen. We are eager to take the run-away success of this game to an even wider audience,” said Yves Guillemot, President and CEO of Ubi Soft Entertainment.