Stealth Fighting

In these games, the key to winning is to be stealthy, stay in the shadows, and take out your objective. The combat is almost always just you against the enemies.

Hitman 2 - Silent Assassin star
Hitman 2 is a first person shooter which rewards control and stealth over full-out blasting. Gorgeous graphics and freeform gameplay make this great for teenagers and adults.

Metal Gear Solid 2 - Substance star
The Metal Gear Solid series is famous for its intense gameplay. Metal Gear Solid 2 adds to the series with combat, stealth, strategy and intrigue.

Pandora Tomorrow on XBox Live star
Splinter Cell - Pandora Tomorrow is one of the best multiplayer games on the market today. How does it do on the XBox Live?

Perfect Dark Zero - XBox 360 star
Perfect Dark Zero is one of my favorite release titles for the XBox 360. The graphics are gorgeous, the main character (female!) has personality, and it´s a good combo of shooting, stealth and puzzle solving.

Splinter Cell star
This latest Tom Clancy game has amazing graphics and some incredibly detailed body movements. It takes the spy game genre to an entirely new level!

Splinter Cell - Chaos Theory star
The Splinter Cell series has been truly amazing, and with #3 they have perfected it. The AI is great, the graphics are stunning, and gameplay is simply fun.

Splinter Cell - Pandora Tomorrow star
Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow is the sequel to the award-winning XBox hit Splinter Cell. Once again the graphics are incredible, the storyline is immersive and the stealth is great.

Tenchu Z star
I ran a feudal Japan newsletter for ten years and I think we have played every ninja game that's come out. Tenchu Z is a good mix of skills and atmosphere.

WinBack 2 - Project Poseidon star
In WinBack 2 you're an assault team that rescues hostages and captures the bad guys. You work with three main characters and are primarily into stealth.

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