This page contains Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory Hints for Xbox called "Alternate dialogue" and has been posted or updated on Aug 18, 2009 by kiddoss.
- Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
- Publisher: Ubisoft
- Genre: Action Adventure
- Release: Mar 28, 2005
- ESRB: Mature
If you trigger alarms, the guards will be more alert and wear helmets. When you have four alarms all secondary and opportunity objectives are cut, and the funny long dialogue is simplified. This is what happens when Otomo tries to commit seppuku. Fisher says "I think someone is taking himself a bit too seriously." Lambert then says "We can't afford to let him die, Fisher. Get in there and stabilize him. Fast!" The following occurs when you have four alarms. Lambert says "Otomo tried to commit seppuku. Get in there and stabilize him, fast." When you have four alarms in a level all the funny conversations are replaced by one person giving a monologue.
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