Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent

$15.99

gcg0253 - Developed by Ubi Soft Divertissements Inc. and Published by Ubi Soft Entertainment Software, "Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent" was released for the Nintendo GameCube System (GCN) on April 11, 2003. Splinter Cell: Double Agent takes the stealth-based series in a new direction after three successful covert operations on multiple platforms. After learning his teenage daughter was killed in a car crash, a despondent Sam Fisher is unable to complete his duties for the NSA's splinter cell, Third Echelon, and is reassigned as a NOC, a non-official cover agent who operates from within dangerous organizations. His mission is to infiltrate a domestic terrorist group called John Brown's Army. For the first time in the series, Fisher cannot solely rely on his gadgets or the direct support of the NSA. He must instead fall back on his keen instincts to survive while working deep undercover. Fisher's mission will eventually take him from the U.S. to Asia, Africa, and other destinations.

Instead of advancing through linear missions, players will experience a branching storyline with multiple endings, where decisions made at one juncture will influence subsequent events as the game progresses. Fisher must initially earn the trust of John Brown's Army to become a card-carrying member, so he must engage in carefully orchestrated heists and even an elaborate prison break to get in the good graces of key contact Jamie Washington. If Fisher is successful in befriending Washington, he will be invited to the terrorist group's headquarters, a multi-floor structure that serves as a jumping point for future missions. From that point on, Fisher will be faced with multiple moral decisions as he walks a fine line between working with the JBA and on behalf of his NSA mentor, Irving Lambert. Preowned, includes Case, cover art, Game disk, Instruction Manual and Nintendo insert.

Product Details

  • UPC: 008888152941
  • Platform: Nintendo GameCube System (GCN)
  • Region: Code NTSC-U/C (US/CA)
  • Compatibility: Memory Card
  • ESRB Rating: "T" for Teens
  • Genre: Action / Espionage / secret service
  • Class: Licensed
  • Rarity Rating: "C"
  • Game Format: DVD
  • Condition: Excellent

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