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Submitted by Thrungus 1111d ago | news

Ubisoft went “explosive” with Blacklist at E3 to get noticed

VG247: Ubisoft’s Patrick Redding has said the reason the developers went with an all-out action debut for Splinter Cell: Blacklist was so the game wouldn’t get lost “in the backdrop,” of other offerings during E3 2012. (E3, PC, PS3, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Xbox 360)

FarCryLover182  +   1111d ago
Well, it looked just like Convictions gameplay. Doesn't look like they went explosive, but rather they went "Blacklist" the continuation of Conviction. It'll be fun, but its not the SC I wanted.
nofallouthero  +   1111d ago
im kinda surprised they didn't show two separate parts with a ghost and action hero gameplay in it. like they did with far cry 3 or watch dogs
nookyzooky  +   1108d ago
in my personal opinion, splinter cell has already lost its awesome gaming style i enjoyed so much, i could care less how "explosive" they try to make the new one. as long as they bring back spys vs mercs multiplayer ill get it.

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