Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Double Agent is a stealth video game released on October 17, 2006 for Xbox 360, Xbox, PS2, GameCube, PC, Wii and PS3. The game was developed and published Ubisoft.
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Double Agent free game contains two different versions. Almost everything is similar in both versions, but storyline, plot twists, and levels are quite different. The game enables the player to accomplish the mission he is given by NSA. Since he is associated with JBA, it is obligatory on him that he must earn their trust by following their directions. As he advances through the game, it will be increasingly complicated for him to take a decision. If he has taken a decision earlier in which he make the prisoners break free, then it will affect his score. However, as the game advances through, he confronts several different severe decisions which if are wrong, then they cause a lot people to die. Alternatively, if he makes his right decisions, then the situation turns in his favor.
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Double Agent full game enables Sam to establish the trust for JBA. If he roams round a no-go area, there is a fear that he lose his trust with the JBA. In the similar way, if anyone catches him whilst using an NSA gadget or holding a lock in JBA HQ, then the cover he observes will go off on sight. Moreover, he is required to accomplish his missions in most simple manner, as he is observed by JBA. If he does something that is not within the purview of a usual case, it is feared that his trust is shaken. If he has killed the people whose killing was not directed to him, it will also cause him lose his trust.
Minimum System Requirement:
OS: Window XP
Processor: Pentium firstname.lastname@example.org Ghz
Memory: 1.5 GB