It's time to open a new chapter in video game reviews. Although I am not new to the genre, I will be writing under this new name from now on. First up, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell, the ultimate stealth gaming experience. In the mold of the Metal Gear Solid Franchise, you play as Sam Fisher, a George Clooney look alike who isn't a trypical badass hero, but is simply called upon because he will get the job done. Fisher is sent into Georgia to investigate the dissaperance of two agents. By the end of the game, you'll have to read the back cover to remind yourself why you were intially sent on this mission because of the in depth storyline, and phenomenal writing. Clancy himself penned this excellent plot, which seems to be missing from most video games nowadays. The game is simple: hide in shadows, tip toe from place to place, use cool gadgets such as a diversion camera and disposable lock picks, and most important of all, stay hidden. I'll admit, Splinter Cell is not for every avid gamer. To play a game like Splinter Cell requires an incredible amount of patience and time. Be prepared to spend 2+ hours getting by a single mission. In my opinion, the game is well worth it. Thanks to its excellent story, in depth scenarios, cool gadgets and lengthy play, Splinter Cell gets the highest rating of 5 stars, and kicks off this gamers tour reviews.