Splinter Cell: Blacklist
Released in North America on August 20, 2013, Australia on August 22, 2013, Europe on August 23, 2013, and Japan on September 5, 2013. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist is a multiplatformer Action packed Stealth game written by Richard Dansky and Matt MacLennan Developed and Published by Ubisoft.This sequel was held in controversy as it is the first in the series to feature a new leading voice actor Eric Johnson who replaced Veteran and well known Actor Michael Ironside. The fans did not respond well to the news when the game was announced. Not only was this the first of many Complaints but some would argue the most important. Other such Critical responses include Tom Bissell writing that he felt “sick and infuriated” after watching a demonstration of the gameplay at E3, which featured an interactive torture sequence.
Because of the negative response, Ubisoft decided to remove the torture sequence entirely from the final product.Although the Game had negative responses during its pre release. Splinter Cell: Blacklist ratings were hitting the 80% mark Post release. Some fans argue that this was due to the remarkable graphics and excellent story writing.
A familiar multiplayer mode made a comeback with the release of Blacklist known as “Spies v.s Mercs”. A Fan favorite introduced in the game prequel Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory for Xbox.
Blacklist also features co-operative gameplay in which each mission can be accessed by talking with your crew inside Sam Fisher’s mobile headquarters known as “Paladin”.
The plot is simple yet effective. Sam Fisher our Faithful Protagonist, is asked to Lead a task force known as Fourth Echelon to stop a series of terrorist attacks targeting the united states. The President herself gives Sam Fisher the reigns of this operation and it is up to him and his team to stop the terrorist threat known as the Engineer’s.
Another Cannon trend with the Splinter Cell series is the hi-tech Gadgets and weaponry and if that is your thing you will not be disappointed here. Although somethings have changed. Blacklist stays true to the previous games with a lot of the aspects in the series.
- Developer:Ubisoft Toronto,Ubisoft Montreal,Ubisoft Shanghai
- Genre: Action Adventure Stealth
- Platforms:Xbox 360 , Pc , Playstation 3 , Wii U
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Games that usually try to fit themselves in the stealth and action genre tend to fit neither of those categories very well. At first glance, stealth and action probably shouldn’t even fit together. Splinter Cell Blacklist, however, takes both of these categories and give players options for not only different play styles, but different play speeds