CGR Undertow - SPLINTER CELL: CHAOS THEORY review for Nintendo DS

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Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory review. Shop CGR shirts & mugs! Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory for the Nintendo DS developed by Gameloft and published by Ubisoft. The Splinter Cell series made its Nintendo DS debut with Chaos Theory in 2005. In addition to being the first portable Splinter Cell in 3D, it would also be the last Splinter Cell to release on the DS. This version of Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory is similar to its console cousins, but much more compact and linear. Players take the role of Sam Fisher, Splinter Cell's stealth operative and protagonist. As you'd expect from a Tom Clancy game, Chaos Theory features a complex, politically charged story of international espionage. Fisher must use his stealth abilities to sneak into places all over the world, uncover information and rescue hostages. The DS version supports multiplayer play and uses the touch screen for mouse-like camera control and menu navigation. Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory utilizes more linear level designs on the Nintendo DS, forcing the player into more of a trial-and-error approach to gameplay. This video review features video gameplay footage of Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory for the Nintendo DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.