Joystiq- Splinter Cell Blacklist review: Fisher is King

JS:It was while stuck behind enemy lines, carefully studying the movements of armored guards that I realized just how deeply I'd fallen for Splinter Cell Blacklist. Completing most of the game as an unseen and non-lethal ghost, I left the franchise's protagonist motionless for minutes as I examined the patterns of three aggressive adversaries. This is the Splinter Cell of days past, a game with as much focus thrown at patient stealth progression as at Hollywood bombast.

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starchild1949d ago

Sounds amazing. It honestly seems like everything I loved from the first three Splinter Cell games and recent games like Conviction. Can't wait.