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  • The assassination of Kombayn Nikoladze – SAR

    19 27.94%
  • Train infiltration in France – Pandora Tomorrow

    18 26.47%
  • Neutralizing Norman Soth and his mercs in LAX - Pandora Tomorrow

    2 2.94%
  • Sam confronts/kills Douglas Shetland – Chaos Theory

    11 16.18%
  • The assassination of Hugo Lacerda – Chaos Theory

    1 1.47%
  • The sinking of the Clarence E. Walsh – Chaos Theory

    1 1.47%
  • Sam kills Lambert - Double Agent

    3 4.41%
  • Sam finds out the truth about the supposed death of his daughter - Conviction

    3 4.41%
  • White House confrontation - Conviction

    3 4.41%
  • OTHER (please explain)

    7 10.29%
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    Your ALL-TIME Favourite Splinter Cell Moment

    We're working on something really cool for our fans... but we need your help to steer the ship.

    What is the ALL-TIME most memorable moment from your experience playing Splinter Cell?
    Vote in the poll below.

    ...sorry, I can't tell you what it's for

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    Your choices:

    1) The assassination of Kombayn Nikoladze – SAR
    2) Train infiltration in France – Pandora Tomorrow
    3) Neutralizing Norman Soth and his mercs in LAX - Pandora Tomorrow
    4) Sam confronts/kills Douglas Shetland – Chaos Theory
    5) The assassination of Hugo Lacerda – Chaos Theory
    6) The sinking of the Clarence E. Walsh – Chaos Theory
    7) Sam kills Lambert - Double Agent
    8) Sam finds out the truth about the supposed death of his daughter - Conviction
    9) White House confrontation - Conviction
    10) OTHER (please explain)
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    Not an easy choice for me. It was pretty difficult to decide for me, but the end of SCCT does it for me, all thanks to Clint Hocking and his Writing team. The Hugo Lacerda scene was also done brilliantly from a Story/Narrative/Gameplay perspective.

    SCSAR has a very good last mission. I am not sure if you only mean the kill of Nikoladze in that choice or if the scene where Sam and Nikoladze are standing in front of the Special Ops and afterwards having a blackout to be able to get out of this situation is included. But that's also something I really like.

    PT does also an awesome job with the Train mission. Very atmospheric and fresh.

    I liked finding out the truth with Sam in Conviction, but what happens afterwards is something I would try to avoid.

    Killing Lambert? Seriously? I haven't done that.
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    Tough choice.

    For me it's either the poetry of Sam confronting Shetland, or else the controlled blackout in the basement of the Georgian Presidential Palace.

    The controlled blackout is a better gaming moment, but I went with killing Shetland, simply because it's one of the defining moments of Sam.

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    For me it's the LAX mission for PT. The part where Sam confronts Soth and his men. I always loved that mission. I have such a fond memory of it. That has always recinated rescinated?(spelling?) with me. LOL why no option for Sadano? LAX mission was the best I have ever played.

    Other choices are good moment too, especially, the one in the first game, assassinating Kombayn and when Sam kills Lambert.

    Though the all time favourite goes to Sam confronting Soth and his men.


    LOL Do you want us to tell you what we like so you can make a moment like this in the game? So we can relive these ALL-TIME favourites?
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    For me it was between The White House Confrontation and Killing Shetland.

    Chose the White House Confrontation because of the cinematography and just the whole dark feel to it.

    If you can create a scene with the cinematography of the White House Confrontation and the emotion from Killing Shetland then that would be a Godsend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oO_ShadowFox_Oo View Post
    Tough choice.

    For me it's either the poetry of Sam confronting Shetland, or else the controlled blackout in the basement of the Georgian Presidential Palace.

    The controlled blackout is a better gaming moment, but I went with killing Shetland, simply because it's one of the defining moments of Sam.
    I agree with Shadow on this one.

    Shetland story unfolded really nicely in CT, and the conclusion was pretty good too, having 2 old friends, raising guns in each other's face, it was really cool.

    The Bathhouse was actually one hell of a mission when it comes to design

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    I Love the conversation between Sam and Shetland.but i also love the nikoladze ,LAX and train missions.the Lacerda assassination was very funny.
    As for Lambert he died from his wounds I NEVER SHOT HIM.
    I will vote for the shetland moment its the most memorable and really shows Sams character.
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    Very easy for me. The killing of Doug Shetland. Not only was the back and forth conservation some great writing, the whole idea of Sam Fisher having to kill his friend who betrayed everything he believed was just an awesome scene.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UbiZack View Post
    We're working on something really cool for our fans... but we need your help to steer the ship.

    What is the ALL-TIME most memorable moment from your experience playing Splinter Cell?
    Vote in the poll below.

    ...sorry, I can't tell you what it's for

    ===

    Your choices:

    1) The assassination of Kombayn Nikoladze – SAR
    2) Train infiltration in France – Pandora Tomorrow
    3) Neutralizing Norman Soth and his mercs in LAX - Pandora Tomorrow
    4) Sam confronts/kills Douglas Shetland – Chaos Theory
    5) The assassination of Hugo Lacerda – Chaos Theory
    6) The sinking of the Clarence E. Walsh – Chaos Theory
    7) Sam kills Lambert - Double Agent
    8) Sam finds out the truth about the supposed death of his daughter - Conviction
    9) White House confrontation - Conviction
    10) OTHER (please explain)
    Welcome back Zack!!

    this thread has me REALLY excited now.

    My favourite "moment" would be the entire Presidential Palace mission (I voted Assassinating Kombayn Nikoladze)

    From the moment you hear Avtandil b1tch about the dog...till the moment Grim is counting down to the blackout, as you are surrounded by Georgian Special Forces.....and the final segment where you have to shoot Nikoladze through a tiny window.

    Other moments would be:

    1. Thermal signatures off keypads
    2. Kidnapping a CIA Analyst!!


    There were moments in the game that were, IMO, unparalleled in gaming history. Mind blowing moments of awesomeness. Infiltrating the CIA?!?!? Awesome! And since the games were always rooted in reality...you felt that this could actually happen!

    Blacklist needs to bring back such moments.

    @Shadowfox

    the controlled blackout in the basement of the Georgian Presidential Palace.
    I love how the countdown is synced with the Georgian SF Commander's countdown.


    Personally, I loved the Fisher-Shetland showdown...but it doesn't work as a definitive Splinter Cell moment...it's more of a Sam moment. I honestly feel that the games should not have left the serious, less personal and more detached tone for a deeper look into Sam's character.
    The first 3 games nailed it narrative and tone wise.

    When things started getting personal..thats when I started losing interest in the narrative. I did enjoy Sam's journey...but I felt that the games become too "personal"

    Sam is an intricate part of the franchise...but not a definitive Splinter Cell aspect for me....
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    Sam confronts/kills Douglas Shetland – Chaos Theory - because I like how the same line of Sam's monologue has different meaning depends on your choice. But I hate that bombs deactivation sequence.
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