The Splinter Cell franchise has always had a very unique and engaging legacy of cooperative gameplay. The different co-op modes have spanned from tandem stealth-play missions to special modes involving spies and hunters. An inside look at the cooperative mechanics of Splinter Cell: Blacklist has surfaced on Joystiq. In it, they share some of their impressions on the ways that co-op works in the latest Splinter Cell game.
Gamers who love their stealth shooters will be happy to hear that some Splinter Cell Blacklist Wii U details have been revealed over the last few days. Anyone who's a of that GamePad controller will be using it like a secondary set of eyes, utilizing it to command various gadgets, as well as to do other actions with both the touchscreen and motion control features.
The word special, it used to mean something; you would expect something other than the norm. How many Special Editions does one game need for them no longer to be special? Splinter Cell: Blacklist is taking on this challenge with the details of four new Special Editions that will be spread across the retailers of the world.
Is the “Upper Echelon Edition” of Splinter Cell: Blacklist not enough for your uber fandom? Get ready to dig deep into your wallet, for the whopping “Paladin Collector’s Edition” has arrived.
It seems that Sam Fisher and the gang won’t be making an appearance until later this summer. Ubisoft has just announced Splinter Cell: Black List’s official release date, delaying the game good handful of months than previously predicted.
Up until now, Splinter Cell: Blacklist had a more general release date, “spring of 2013” attached to its name from Ubisoft at E3 2012. But after an update on the product’s revised description, the title’s officially release has now been leaked to the public from Amazon UK.
Like a garden gnome holding a flick-knife, the new teaser trailer for Splinter Cell: Blacklist may be short, but it packs a whole lot of deadly in its petite frame. Due in spring 2013, Blacklist will have co-op, but in what form? Previous Sam Fisher adventure Splinter Cell Conviction had one of the best standalone co-op modes this generation; will Blacklist go the same route, or try something completely different?
In case you missed it, one of the surprise announcements of Microsoft's Press Briefing this morning at E3 2012 was the unveiling of a new Splinter Cell game. Called Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist, players are once again dropped into the shoes of Sam Fisher in a game that looks to take close combat to a new level. In it we saw the mark and execute system that was made famous by Splinter Cell Conviction, taken a step further allowing it to be utilizing on the fly and in motion. What transpired on the screen can only be described as a blend of Assassin's Creed and Splinter Cell.
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