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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 627d ago | interview

Splinter Cell: Blacklist Won’t Have Interactive Torture, But It’ll Still Have ‘Interrogations’

Kotaku: One of the more inflammatory aspects of 2010's Splinter Cell: Conviction was the fact that it included a number of gruesome interactive torture sequences. The game, in which you play as rogue spec-ops badass Sam Fisher, featured a number of ticking time-bomb scenarios in which Sam would torture various bad guys to get information. (PC, PS3, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Xbox 360)

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