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#1 Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror

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Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror is a Third-person perspective, Action, Single-player, and Multiplayer video game developed by Sony Computer Entertainment. It requires the player to follow the Gabe Logan and sometimes Lian Xing, and execute some special operations for a secret government agency. There are several kinds of visors and rifles available, and the player has to utilize them to win.

During the gameplay, the player must hide against different walls to avoid any attack and attempt to shoot around multiple corners. In the game, up to eight players can play against each other and chat with other players by jumping in the pre-game lobby.

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#2 Tenchu: Shadow Assassins

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Tenchu: Shadow Assassins is a Single-player, Action-Adventure, and Stealth video game published by From Software and developed by Acquire. It takes place within a thrilling map where the player can assume the role of both Rikimaru and Ayame. There are ten challenging ground-based quests and missions, and the player needs to complete all of them.

During the game, the player must explore the first five stages by jumping into the role of a Rikimaru while precise six to nine-stage by acting as an Ayame. Up to fifty side missions are available named Assignments that obliges the player to traverse the land of Gohda, where the peace gets fully retrieved.

#3 Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell

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Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell is an Action Role-playing, Stealth, and Shooter video game developed by Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft Entertainment. It is the first entry in Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell series and available to play on Cross-platform.

The game focuses on stealth element with an emphasis on darkness and light. The game lets the player get into the role of the protagonist and start to navigate the game world. Use night vision goggles to see in darkness and kill the enemies.

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