Posts Tagged Splinter Cell: Blacklist
Redacted: Splinter Cell: Blacklist having online troubles
We haven’t yet put up a review of Splinter Cell: Blacklist, known around these parts as The Latest Adventures of Sam Fisher (But Not Michael Ironside).
Ubisoft and Nvidia form gaming alliance, give journos many laughs
Ubisoft and Nvidia have announced that they’ve formed a GAMING ALLIANCE in order to “offer PC gamers the best gaming experiences possible for Ubisoft’s biggest upcoming titles.”
Specifically, Nvidia’s Developer Technology Team are apparently working together with Ubisoft’s dev teams in order to add the latest and greatest in graphics technology to Ubi’s games, including Watch Dogs, Splinter Cell: Blacklist, and Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag.
Splinter Cell Britlist: Ubisoft’s 5,000th Blacklist trailer goes all British
Ok Ubisoft, that’s it. You can have one more trailer before bedtime, but no more.
Splinter Cell Blacklist PC system specs – Game gone gold
It’s time to find out if your PC rig is man enough to handle Splinter Cell Blacklist as UbiSoft reveal the system specs for the game which releases on 20 August.
Splinter Cell: Blacklist 101 trailer shows us the ropes
Ubisoft love doing lengthy gameplay videos and trailers, and with Splinter Cell: Blacklist due out on 20 August, they don’t have many opportunities left to do more for that particular game.
On the Blacklist: Ubisoft profiles Anna Grimsdóttir
I’m slightly unnerved that Sam has gone from an aging, grizzled, sardonic Special Forces type to something significantly younger with the wrong voice, even though Splinter Cell: Blacklist is set after the other games.
Threatening: Splinter Cell Blacklist Threat trailer
The world is under attack from The Engineers and it’s up to you to stop the global terror threat in this new Splinter Cell Blacklist trailer.
More spies vs other mercs: Ubisoft shows ‘Blacklist’ version of spies vs mercs mode
Did you know that Splinter Cell: Blacklist is going to have two different versions of the popular ‘Spies vs Mercs’ multiplayer mode?
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist pre-orders now on Steam
Stealth action is back this summer in Ubi’s Splinter Cell Blacklist where Sam Fisher and his cronies will be taking on a bunch of ‘trrrrorists’ attacking US interests around the globe.
Here kitty kitty: Splinter Cell: Blacklist trailer showcases Ghost, Panther, and Assault gameplay
Splinter Cell: Blacklist still doesn’t have Michael Ironside in it. However, it does offer a variety of different playstyles, and a new trailer shows off all the different ways you can play the game (none of which are “Michael Ironside”).
Tom Clancy’s Sam Fisher beats all the Tom Clancy terrorists in Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist
Look out, terrorists are all around you! They cannot be reasoned with and cannot be stopped.
Splinter Cell: Blacklist gameplay video still doesn’t feature Michael Ironside
Alas, it looks like Michael Ironside won’t be returning to Splinter Cell: Blacklist.
Ubisoft’s E3 2013 Conference Round-Up: The PC Bits
Based solely on how last year’s conference played out, I think everyone was anticipating that Ubisoft’s 2013 conference would be full of celebrities and crap jokes.
Terrorific: Splinter Cell Blacklist E3 trailer
You’ll never guess what: terrorists are up to no good and only Sam Fisher can stop them from blowing up the world/the president/your pets.
Double the fun in Splinter Cell Blacklist Co-op Trailer
One Sam Fisher is never enough and in the co-op mode in Splinter Cell Blacklist Sam has a buddy, CIA operative Isaac Briggs.
Spies take on Mercs in Splinter Cell: Blacklist trailer
UbiSoft’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist brings some more multiplayer goodness to the franchise in a 4v4 Mercs vs Spies mode.
Sam practises his stalking in this Splinter Cell Blacklist trailer
Watch out terrorists, Sam Fisher is up to his old stalking tricks again.
Milling about: Splinter Cell Blacklist walkthrough demos its gameplay
Sam Fisher is about to sneak through the Abandoned Mill level in this new video for Splinter Cell Blacklist, which comes with some rather dull sounding commentary from Game Director, Patrick Redding.