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Rediscovering Sam Fisher's roots in Splinter Cell: Blacklist | Joystiq

Joystiq: "My brief amount of time with Splinter Cell: Blacklist showed a game poised to reclaim its roots, yet carry forward the best ideals found in The Conviction Experiment. Beland credits much of this classic feel and approach to Ubisoft Toronto's mixture of new talent and some seasoned veterans – and at this stage, I'm inclined to agree with him. I took to Splinter Cell: Blacklist like Sam to a rainy rooftop at night: I felt right at home." (PC, PS3, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Xbox 360)

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