GR:After twenty minutes of painstakingly inching through an enemy compound unseen, you come across some terrorists chatting about their day. You set up a sticky camera on a nearby structure to observe their movement patterns and scope out your surroundings. To your left is a ventilation shaft that will let you bypass the group. Or, you could shimmy up a nearby pipe and knock them out one at a time by distracting them with noisemakers. Then there's the guns-blazing method. It's simple to mark your targets, run at them until they're in range, and perform a badass execution mid sprint. If there's one thing you have in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist, it's the option to play however you want, making this an accessible stealth game that will still appease the hardcore crowd.