Video games are the new movies. Case in point: Splinter Cell, a big-budget video game scripted by Tom Clancy and scored by breakbeat master Amon Tobin. You can bet Tobin was handed a pile of cash for this, and he uses his budget wisely, hiring a few well-known jazz players to highlight his wizard-like laptop skillz. It's all very cinematic: strings swell, breakbeats flutter and orchestral sound effects wash in and out of the mix, making this a great soundtrack for hunting down terrorists with your joystick. Too bad the material doesn't stand out enough to warrant release as its own record.