As part of the promotion for Splinter Cell on the GameCube, UbiSoft is going to produce playable demo disks:
"The demo will consist of an introductory trailer and one level from the Chinese Embassy 2 map in the game, where Sam Fisher must use his stealth abilities to the highest level. It will also include the unique Game Boy Advance connectivity features such as the radar, the wall mine and the sticky bomb.
"We're delighted to be Nintendo's chosen partner in bringing interactive game demos to the public," said Ubi Soft's UK Marketing Director John Parkes. "Playable demos have always been a powerful tool in videogame marketing, and we will take this opportunity to encourage gamers all across the UK to get their hands on Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell in stores and through various contests before launch."
"We're excited to give our customers the chance to try before they buy a NINTENDO GAMEUBE game, and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell is the perfect title to showcase this new tool," said Dawn Paine, UK Marketing Controller at Nintendo.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell is due for release on NINTENDO GAMECUBE and Game Boy Advance on 6th June 2003."