Splinter Cell Parody Movie

Ubi Soft has released a parody movie of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell, showing Sam Fisher operating in (not so) hostile territory (I won't say more, check it and you will see). Look for the 'real' Sam Fisher on PS2 next month - a GameCube version will also follow in June 2003. Gamer's Hell Local Download:
  • Splinter Cell Parody Movie (1.2 MB)
  • You are Sam Fisher. A lone shadow-operative in a world where lost seconds can allow terrorist plans to become deadly reality. You operate in the heart of hostile territory. Spy. Steal. Destroy. Assassinate. Just don't ever be seen. Because when the stakes are this high, the choice between leaving a witness or a corpse is no choice at all. When two CIA agents mysteriously vanish in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, the NSA's secret sub agency, Third Echelon, deploys Sam Fisher-its most capable splinter cell operative-to recover them. Fisher soon uncovers a deeper conspiracy: a plot that threatens to destabilize the world order and spark nuclear conflict. Features: * Covert stealth-action featuring a compelling original storyline and characters drawn from the world of the famous espionage author Tom Clancy. * Revolutionary lighting, shadowing, animation, physics, and sound effects create an astonishingly realistic, tension-filled experience on the PlayStation 2. * Comprehensive stealth techniques including sniping, split jumping, zip lining, rappelling, and using human shields bring gameplay possibilities to a new level. * Experimental intelligence gadgets including the all-new binocular vision headset and more (night/thermal vision goggles, prototype weapons and surveillance gear, etc.) give Fisher the edge against his enemies. * The Powerplant mission features four new exclusive levels, in addition to the 10 existing missions, plus 30 minutes of new cinematics. * An all new four minute cinematic introduction including music recorded specifically for Splinter Cell by the famous Prague Orchestra.