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Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, Metal Arms are now Xbox Originals

by JW


Before Sam Fisher became a homeless man, he was a superspy who could probably take Solid Snake in a one-on-one spyoff (Michael Ironside FTW). Now you’ll be able to play through one of Sam’s earlier adventures once again as Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, along with Metal Arms: Glitch in the System, are now Xbox Originals.

Look, everyone has played Splinter Cell in the past. I’m confident in saying that. But I would be willing to bet that most of you haven’t played Metal Arms, and for that you should be kicked square in the pants. It’s one of the most underrated titles in the Xbox library, and well worth the 1,200 MS Points they’re asking for.

[Major Nelson]

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One Response to “Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, Metal Arms are now Xbox Originals”

  1. Xbox Says:

    1200 points is pretty good for a classic like this, tbh. Ps the annotations are worth a comment alone

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