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Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory multiplayer beta

Play Sam again, it.

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Sam-Fisher-nados [like it -Ed] will be interested to hear that they can this week get their hands on a public multiplayer beta version of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory. Well, not their hands, obviously, since it's a downloadable demo, but they can at least get the computer-representation of a white-gloved hand with one finger raised aloft on it. By going to FilePlanet and wiggling their mice. (And then tapping keys that correspond to a suitably believable fictitious name and address.)

Unfortunately yours truly has no idea what's in it, because a) the Internet doesn't seem to know (bastard), and b) the laptop being used to write this item isn't powerful enough to test it and last week the main hard disk of the entity known as The Proper PC died. So we don't know. Wanna fight about it? We'll fight you. Come on. COME ON.

We do know, however, that Chaos Theory is due out at the end of March on all formats. Look out for it, because it'll probably be hiding.

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