Gameloft announced today that its title, Tom Clancy?s Splinter Cell Chaos Theory, is now available for gamers worldwide.
Sam Fisher is back and his enemies have evolved with him. Armed with better weapons and ready for knife fights in close quarters, he will need all his stealth skills to infiltrate a Peruvian army base, slink behind transparent Japanese folding screens, and negotiate an underground train station. The magnificent backgrounds and interactive settings, where water levels rise, rain falls, and trains pass, complement the action packed gameplay.
According to the press release: "On the day of its release, Tom Clancy?s Splinter Cell Chaos Theory was made available to Gameloft?s 130 operating partners, as well as 150 affiliates. Seven hundred different versions were developed in Gameloft?s internal studios to accommodate 180 mobile phone models and 5 languages. The game is available today in 65 countries worldwide.
In conjunction with this announcement, Gameloft reports that the Tom Clancy?s Splinter Cell series has sold more than 3 million units.
Released in November 2002 and inspired by Ubisoft?s infiltration game for PC and console, Tom Clancy?s Splinter Cell for mobile phones became an instant hit and was a huge success, essentially revolutionizing the mobile game genre. As the first action/infiltration game on this platform, Tom Clancy?s Splinter Cell set the standard for the mobile genre with its intuitive gameplay and easy access, offering players different game modes to suit their tastes and abilities.
In March 2003, it was followed by Tom Clancy?s Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow. The game?s realistic infiltration atmosphere and gameplay mechanics inspired comparisons to games for mobile consoles. IGN, one of the most trafficked gaming sites, rated the game 10 out of 10.
Tom Clancy?s Splinter Cell Chaos Theory was released on March 31st, 2005 in conjunction with the game for Nokia N-Gage, also developed by Gameloft, and the versions for Xbox, GameCube and PC, developed and published by Ubisoft."
Our review of the game is coming soon. In the mean time, check out www.gameloft.com for more details.