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Interview: Ubisoft On Splinter Cell Blacklist, Taking the Series Forward and Wii U Features

Nintendo Life: ''Splinter Cell Blacklist is, at the time of writing, just a few short weeks from sneaking onto the Wii U. This is the sixth home console game in the series, with just one of those games — Conviction — skipping the Wii in 2010; all others featured on the GameCube or Nintendo's last-gen system. Its arrival on Wii U shouldn't be a huge surprise, in that case, especially as Ubisoft has delivered a good number of high profile multi-platform titles to the system since its launch in 2012.''

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exfatal1032d ago

God damn it so Wii U doesn't get offline co-op? Really on the fence if i wanna get a version that's lacking features compared to the others >_>.. damn ubisoft

quantae061031d ago (Edited 1031d ago )

The Wii U version still has more features then the other versions. It has all the DLC, online play, and tons of Gamepad features. I saw the Wii U exclusive features trailer video somewhere on Youtube a while back. The Wii U version is a must buy for me.

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brewin1031d ago

Im intersted to see if there are any graphical enhancements over the other versions. Ubisoft has had a tendancy to not enhance its Wii U ports so far, so Im interested to see how they handle this. Also, which version of Watch Dogs, AC 4, and CoD Ghosts will U owners get? If these games are on-par with PS4/X1 versions then maybe people will stop saying the U is so far behind those 2.

Chard1031d ago

Well said. I want to see a decisive practical verdict on just where the Wii U sits between the PS3 and PS4 with regard to graphical capabilities.

Zero231031d ago

Getting this for my PS3.

ape0071031d ago

ubisoft, in short, will the wiiu version as close to the pc version as possible or a current gen port

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