The latest installment of the Splinter Cell series tries to add a compelling story by posing Sam Fisher as a Double Agent. It can be frustrating at times, because you have to balance what you do for the JBA (John Brown Association) and the NSA. If you do to many things for one side, their will no longer be any trust with them and you will lose. The game is similar to the other games though with sometimes the AI being extremely dumb, but a minute later they hunt you down and spot you in the shadows when it seems impossible for them to see you. This is probably one of the most annoying parts of the Splinter Cell series as a whole and is something that could possibly turn away some of the new gamers to the series. The Single Player is fun and story does a good enough job to keep you attracted to get through the game while enjoying it. The multiplayer has been revamped since the third Splinter Cell, and has been made easier for new players. Overall the Splinter Cell Double Agent adds to an impressive resume for the Tom Clancy series, and deserves a playthrough. Especially since it can be found pretty cheaply currently.