There are only eight missions in total in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell - Pandora Tomorrow.
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Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow is a 2004 stealth video game developed and published by Ubisoft Shanghai and Ubisoft Milan. It is the second game in the Splinter Cell series endorsed by writer Tom Clancy. The game follows the covert activities of Sam Fisher, an agent working for a black-ops branch of the National Security Agency (NSA) called “Third Echelon”. Michael Ironside returns to voice Sam Fisher, while Dennis Haysbert voices the character Irving Lambert, Fisher’s boss, making this the only time he is not voiced by Don Jordan. Lalo Schifrin provides the theme music for the game.
In March 2006, the United States has established a military presence in the newly-independent country of East Timor to train the East Timorese military in their fight against anti-separatist Indonesian guerrilla militias. Foremost among these militias is the Darah Dan Doa (English: Blood and Prayer), led by the charismatic Suhadi Sadono. Sadono, once trained by the CIA to help fight communism in the region, has grown resentful of U.S. support of East Timor and its supposed interference with Indonesian sovereignty. Sadono orchestrates a suicide bombing and follow-up attack on the U.S. embassy in Dili, capturing a number of U.S. military and diplomatic personnel including Douglas Shetland, an old friend and comrade of Sam Fisher.
The gameplay of Pandora Tomorrow is largely unchanged from the original Splinter Cell. The game features some moderate graphical improvements, as well as minor gameplay changes such as the fact that health kits are no longer an inventory item, and the addition of a laser sight to Sam’s pistol that allows the player to know exactly where the rounds will strike, even when moving around. Also, Sam can now whistle to attract enemies, open doors while carrying a body, shoot while hanging upside down, perform a “SWAT turn” to go past doorways unnoticed (move from one side of the door to other while covered), and perform a half split jump.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell - Pandora Tomorrow
North America: March 24, 2004
Game Boy Advance
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