I sincerely hope that there will be other means of "interrogating" insurgents besides the one specified above..
"I'm not a tuxedo kind of guy." -Sam Fisher
"But, but you are... some kind of spy!" -Displace executive
"Yeah, I'm the REAL kind, not the tuxedo kind." -Sam Fisher
I'm pretty sure governments that practise the thing shown in the picture classify it interrogation instead of torture. Actually everyone who wants information classifies it as interrogation.
Warning: Everything above is an opinion
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What is this Splinter Cell you talk about?
They are two in the same thing in different situations.
Why did Sam expose himself here?
I much rather would have full control over the interrogation. From full control, we went to Conviction with limited control and now on Blacklist having a minigame to get information.....
Tell me, would be the story much more less of a good story if it would give the player the control to do the mash up himself? At the end the information will be the same, while a full controlable interrogation has much more replayability compared to Conviction's and Blacklist's way of handleing the interrogations. These scenes are being hated like hell, cause you cannot skip them. This scene is the same as in airfield and on a second playthrough I don't want to sit over an ingame sequence where I do two pushes of a button...
Y'know what bugs me...
well...Jadid has all this fancy computer network set up...is on the cell phone. He is broadcasting a LOT of electrons....electrons that a certain SIGINT organisation can easily pick up.
As for the whole torture/interrogation bit.....Sam is messing up a dude's insides with a knife...doesn't matter what you call it.
I'd rather Sam inject that dude with a cocktail of drugs that make it easier to for the guy to spill his guts.
In the Paladin would probably be easier.
If I had my way I'd try the old-fashioned way first. Pointing a gun at his head or holding a knife to his throat and manipulating pressure points.
What do you mean?
They ARE two in the same thing in different situation.
Torture is a method of inflicting pain for a specific reason.
Interrogation is questioning with perhaps the use of torture. Which in some cases would still be called an interrogation after the pain inflicting has begun.