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Tom Clancy's splinter cell :

chaos theory.

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Material Type:Nintendo Gamecube Video Game
Collection:Video Games
Call Number:GAMECUBE FICTION Splinter
Title:Tom Clancy's splinter cell :
Remainder of title:chaos theory.
Personal name:Ubisoft.
Statement of responsibility:Ubisoft, Inc.
Coordinated Info:Year: 2005 / ISBN Unavailable
Value: $49.99 / M
Reference and Record Number: 159
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 30030148  Has booklet. [added: 2008-11-01 09:21:15]  On Shelf  2008-11-01 09:21:15   

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Additional Bibliographic Information:
Subject:Terrorism -- Prevention -- Fiction.
Subject:Intelligence service -- United States -- Fiction.
Subject:Fisher, Sam (Fictitious character)
Edition statement:U.S. ed.
Place of publication:San Francisco :
Name of publisher:Ubisoft,
Date of publication:2005
Accompanying material:69 blocks
Summary or note:UPC 008888152149

Game Boy Advance compatible.

2 GameCube discs.

Rated M for blood, strong language, violence.

Sequel to Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow. #3 in the series.

What if an algorithm could crash the stock markets, black out New York, and hijack ballistic missiles? THIS IS 2007. THIS IS REALITY. The one programmer who has the key to this algorithm has vanished. Find him at any cost. Bring the battle closer to the enemy - bring it to their soil before the chain of chaos becomes becomes unstoppable.
You are Sam Fisher.
You are a Splinter Cell.
Purchase price:49.99 / M
Amazon ID:B0002TVX82

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