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Submitted by Rick_Addition 1096d ago | image

Graphical comparison - Splinter Cell: Blacklist vs Splinter Cell: Conviction

The E3 2012 for most of the players may have been considered disappointing, however, brought great games for us, and one was Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, a Ubisoft game that uses the theme of spying. The plot sounds interesting, the gameplay is perfect for the genre and the graphics are certainly ........ amazing. Graphical comparison - Splinter Cell: Blacklist vs Splinter Cell: Conviction (PC, PS3, Splinter Cell Conviction 2, Splinter Cell: Conviction, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction, Ubisoft, Xbox 360)

guitarse  +   1096d ago
73% more beige, but there is a definitely increase in texture fidelity :)
Campy da Camper  +   1095d ago
How about a stealth comparison for Pandora Tomorrow and Blacklist. Or a spy vs merc comparison.

Out of all the games that have sold out this series breaks my heart the most.
sonicsidewinder  +   1095d ago
Because those comparisons would make this game look bad.

Sad I know.
koston3647  +   1096d ago
73% doper
bahabeast  +   1096d ago
teaxtures for sure are improved lots over conviction.
Mocat  +   1096d ago
I have a feeling this game is going to have a very short campaign
Mkai28  +   1096d ago
I don't know, but I think Conviction still looks better to me. Maybe it's that dark look to it , that traditional look we all know.
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Muffins1223  +   1095d ago
The lighting reminds me of frostbite 2's engine
Hufandpuf  +   1095d ago
Pass, the only good franchise Ubi has now is Assassin's Creed.
shossofe  +   1095d ago
PC screenshots of old game vs Xbox version of new game? Why?
_Aarix_  +   1095d ago
For the lulz
RedDeadLB  +   1095d ago
I think a better comparison would be between Blacklist and GR: Future Soldier. I have a feeling they're using the same engine.

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