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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Essentials Videos and Trailers - PSP

Game Description:Go deeper than ever into the Splinter Cell saga with this spy action game made exclusively for PSP. The untold story of Sam Fisher unfolds through flashbacks and missions taken from the entire Splinter Cell franchise. The game begins at the end of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent and stretches back to the years before the original Splinter Cell, back when Fisher was still a Navy Seal. Essentials features all the gadgets and weaponry from the franchise, plus some new ones slipped in just for PSP. The gaming experience and interface has also been retooled for portability. You can also challenge friends in Spy vs. Spy WiFi Deathmatches.
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