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Despite a five-month delay on new Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory maps, all is not well. Some Xbox 360 users are reporting problems with the update, some going so far as to say the new maps make Splinter Cell unplayable. Fortunately, there's a workaround, but it involves deleting all your saved games in...

January 11th 2006 at 6:30pm 0 Comments
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The team over at Ubisoft are giving away a bonus map for Xbox and PC versions of Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, free of charge. I can only assume that the reason it's free is so they can all get that warm fuzzy feeling after helping people out without demanding cash (obviously it has nothing to do wit...

July 14th 2005 at 10:14am 0 Comments
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The future is looking bright, my friends. My second run with Chaos Theory, while not perfect, definitely eased some of my frustrations from the night before. My partner and I are committed to starting off slow, confining our multiplayer efforts to a single map, for now. We've chosen Orphanage,...

March 31st 2005 at 1:30pm 0 Comments
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Ubi recently released a patch to cure some of that chaos that you PC users may be experiencing. At 77MB it's a big patch, but thank Ubi for putting it out there (released Monday) before the game hit retail. If only they had an easy cure for my doubts... [Thanks, Fady]

March 30th 2005 at 3:01pm 0 Comments
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...a rusty one. After firing up the disc and watching the spectacular intro I jumped right into Versus mode. I hit my first wall when I was forced to pass an entrance exam. Admittedly, this was a good thing, giving me an chance to brush up on my technique before embarrassing myself on Live!-however,...

March 30th 2005 at 12:45pm 0 Comments
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Granted, it's an 86. But this is really the first review that has had something critical to say about the multiplayer modes-which as a huge Pandora fan, I am really looking forward to. Yes, it often seems like GameSpot prides itself on panning (if you can call an 86 panning) the bandwagon games....

March 29th 2005 at 3:01pm 0 Comments
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Splinter Cell Chaos Theory is generating some serious acclaim. And while I burned myself out with Pandora Tomorrow, all this hype has got me digging into my pockets again. But with Halo 2 falling short of expectations, are the critics simply eager to appoint the definitive Xbox game? We'll find out...

March 28th 2005 at 4:00pm 0 Comments
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Well, if the reviews are to be believed you can expect to love the hell out of Splinter Cell Chaos Theory. GameRankings has its average at 97.2%, with 3 impressions in (from Game Informer, Official Xbox Magazine and Electronic Gaming Monthly). A little birdy over at Worthplaying told us that the ga...

March 23rd 2005 at 8:00am 0 Comments
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If you want a fix of Tom Clancy chemicals, today's your day. The Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory demo is out and it's a whopper. At least size-wise. The 590mb file may even test the limits of our connection. Will that stop us? Yeah right. The demo will let you play the Lighthouse level, along with some...

February 23rd 2005 at 4:45pm 0 Comments
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In the midst of all the pre-release hoopla, it's easy to get hung up on nifty gameplay innovations, loosing sight of other important components that make for a memorable experience. In the case of Chaos Theory, the highly anticipated third installment in the Splinter Cell series, we've heard a lot...

February 1st 2005 at 12:44pm 0 Comments
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For fans of Tom Clancy's latest cash cow, Splinter Cell, head on over to File Planet to get in line for the public beta for Chaos Theory. The game is about to go through stress tests, so they've opened the once-closed test to the masses. You'll have to give out a lot of personal info, but such is t...

January 31st 2005 at 1:04pm 0 Comments
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If your Pandora Tomorrow experience was anything like mine, then you spent 99.9% of your time locked in teeth-grinding multiplayer showdowns. Mercilessly hunting helpless spies, or sticking to the shadows on that neck snapping, ninja tip. The upcoming Chaos Theory looks to continue this fine tradi...

January 19th 2005 at 4:50pm 0 Comments