Splinter Cell: Double Agent
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Splinter Cell: Double Agent is the fourth game in the Splinter Cell video game series. This time Sam Fisher must go undercover to stop a domestic terror organization known as John Brown's Army (JBA). Like every Splinter Cell title, Double Agent received an "outstanding" reception and won numerous awards, including "Game of the Year for the XboX 360".
Splinter Cell: Double Agent is available in two different versions: "Version One" is available on the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3; while the PS2, Xbox, GameCube and Nintendo Wii versions are labeled "Version Two". Both versions feature slightly different story, characters, missions and weapons.
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The following weapons were used in the videogame Splinter Cell: Double Agent:
The FN Five-seveN is used by Sam Fisher throughout the game as his preferred sidearm. It is always suppressed and holds 20 rounds. It is fitted with a non-removable OCP (Optically Channeled Potentiator) which can be used to disable/jam small electrical devices (cameras, computers, lights,...). It has no effect on larger items, like an electrical fence. An LED is built into the back of the frame which turns to green if the hit was successful and turns into red if the OCP had no effect on the target.
The Luger P08 is carried by Emile Dufraisne and given to Sam on occasion to be used for executions.
It would seem Emile only carries one round as it never fires more than one round and it is only loaded with one both times it is to be used by Fisher, or perhaps he simply doesn't trust Fisher with a fully loaded gun.
Guards in Iceland often carry a pistol as their sidearm. The pistol appears to be the SIG-Sauer P220, although the model lacks certain parts, like the hammer and rear sights.
The Beretta 92FS is used as the sidearm of most enemies in the game.
Beretta 92FS Inox
A Beretta 92FS Inox can be used by Sam in the prison if he kills Barnham in the Wii version. It has the same power as the FN Five-seveN but it isn't suppressed. The 92FS Inox is also used in the PSP version of the game, "Essentials". But that game is slightly different than the console version.
IMI/Magnum Research Desert Eagle
Desert Eagles (unknown variants) are used by Carson Moss, Stanley Dayton, Enrica, mercenaries in Okhotsk, and JBA members in New York in the Wii version.
Prisoners at the Ellsworth Penitentiary can be seen using a compact Glock pistol. It can also be found in Enrica's holster but she never uses it.
Since every compact Glock has the same length (174mm) and the models lack the nomenclature, the pistols could be any of the compact versions: G19, G23, G25, G32 or G38.
The MP-443 Grach is used by Hisham, mercenaries in Okhotsk and Congolese technicians in Kinshasa in the Wii version.
Assault Rifles & Battle Rifles
The SC-20K is a modular assault rifle based on the FN F2000 Tactical. It has adjustable buttstock, non-removable sound suppressor and is equipped with a reflex scope. It has a two-stage trigger (like the Steyr AUG) - pulling the trigger halfway produces semi-automatic fire, pulling the trigger all the way to the rear produces fully automatic fire. It is equipped with a GL-1 grenade launcher which can be used to fire non-lethal rounds, sticky cameras, 12 ga. shotgun shells and certain non lethal (smoke) grenades.
The M-160 Assault Rifle is used by ARGUS mercenaries in the multiplayer part of the game. Just like the SC-20K, it is based on the FN F2000, with the addition of the handguard, gas block and barrel of an AKS-74U rifle.
The AK-47 is used by rebels in Kinshasa, mercenaries in Okhotsk and various JBA members. Easily the most common long-arm in the game.
The AKS-74U is used by mercenaries in the camp and the ship in Okhotsk in the Wii version, terrorists during the training session, Rebels in Kinshasa, and JBA members on the Coast Guard Boat. Appears with steel magazines.
The AK-101 is used by guards in Iceland, mercenaries in Okhotsk, and some of Massoud's men in Kinshasa in the Wii version.
GIAT FAMAS G1
A FAMAS G1 can be seen in the JBA's armory. It misses the magazine, but the smaller magazine well gives away that it is the older and rarer G1 variant, not the G2 which is almost identical.
Heckler & Koch G36C
A G36C without magazine can be seen in the JBA's armory with a red dot sight.
Heckler & Koch G36K
The G36K is used by guards in Iceland and Government soldiers in Kinshasa in CO-OP mode in the Wii version.
Heckler & Koch XM8
The NYPD ESU team at the end of the game uses XM8 assault rifles with flashlights and laser sights attached, and it is also used by Moss' men in the second part of New York in the Wii version.
Heckler & Koch XM29 OICW
The XM29 OICW prototype rifle is used by Mexican policemen aboard Cozumel in the Wii version.
FN FAL 50.00
FN FAL 50.00 rifles are used by the Mexican maritime police aboard the Cozumel, and some of Massoud's men in Kinshasa in the original Xbox version. The models lack the carrying handle, flash hider, and magazine well, and are rendered with 30-round magazines. Several of the weapons with the magazines removed are also visible in the JBA's armory.
Two first generation FN SCAR-L's can be seen laying on a seat in the Osprey at the beginning of the game.
The M14 rifle is often used by DRC government soldiers in Kinshasa, and also by prison guards and SWAT officers in the prison in the Wii version. They have polymer furniture and 30-round magazines.
Howa Type 89F
Howa Type 89F rifles are used by Jamie Washington in the first part and Carson Moss in the second part of the New York mission in the Wii version.
The OTs-14-4A-01 Groza is used by mercenaries on the ship in Okhotsk after Fisher defuses the bombs in the Wii version.
FN 303 Less-Lethal Launcher
The FN 303 appears in the game as "Less-lethal shotgun" and can be used during the prison level. It can be grabbed from a locker, but the weapon strangely has only 7 rounds in the magazine, while the real 303's standard capacity is 15 rounds. The in-game model lacks the magazine (!) and has a different handguard.
Heckler & Koch UMP9
The Heckler & Koch UMP9 is used by Syke's men in the first part and Emile's men in the third part of New York in the Wii version.
Heckler & Koch PDW
The H&K PDW (MP7 Prototype) is used by the guards in Shanghai. The guards fire it in semi-automatic mode.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
The Heckler & Koch MP5A3s are used by kidnappers in the PS2 exclusive level Ship, SWAT officers in the prison, two Rebels in Kinshasa, and JBA members.
The FN P90 appears as "P190" in the multiplayer part of the game. It is a non-lethal weapon that can temporarily stun the targets or scramble the enemy's electronic equipments. Has infinite ammo, but does have a short cool-down period between shots.
The Franchi SPAS-12 without stock is used by one of the guards at the Ellsworth prison.
FN M249 SAW
Emile Dufraisne uses an M249 SAW in the Playstation 2 and Wii versions instead of his Luger.
A Barrett M82A1 Is used in the shooting range at the JBA's headquarters, where it sounds as if it is suppressed despite not having a suppressor attached. Is used again later in Kinshasa at a pivotal moment in the game, where it is fitted with a laser microphone and no longer sounds suppressed.
An RPG-7 is used by Government forces on the streets of Kinshasa.
M67 hand grenade
Mk 2 hand grenade
Two Mk 2 hand grenades can be seen in a crate in Moss' private quarters.
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