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Sunday, November 24, 2013

Splinter Cell Blacklist Review

Yes this is the Splinter Cell I have been waiting for. Splinter Cell Blacklist accomplished keeping the hardcore mechanics of Chaos Theory, but the available choice to go all out action as I would in Conviction. As I go more in depth on the review Of Splinter Cell Blacklist I would recommend everyone to buy this title.


Splinter Cell Blacklist takes you back into the world of Sam Fisher. On your new adventure to save America from being destroyed by the Blacklist terrorist your accompanied by a new field partner, Briggs.  Story in Splinter Cell Blacklist is just a quarter of what will have you entrapped in game play. 



When I first jumped into Splinter Cell Blacklist. I was quickly able to get a feel on how stealth was greatly refined with smoother, and clean animations. As I would jump down from atop of the ceiling break one targets neck, and then quickly subdue the High Value Target with a stun gun. To then jump out the window throw out a Rotor Copter to disable other near by enemy personal. This experience truly did define what true stealth mechanics are.  


Blacklist allows you to tackle each missions as you chose. You are able to explore each level as you see fit. Allowing you to see, and achieve all the collectibles in the world. As always the environment p role in the game play. Rather that be destroying world environments like lights or doors that is reliable for breaching & clearing a room full of enemies. All this comes into the players play style. A breach and clear is a cross between stealth and assault styles which is called the panther play style. 



As you further your experience in Splinter Cell : Blacklist you will be seeing many of these mechanics shine bright. A well welcomed treat in Splinter Cell Blacklist is the return of Spies Vs. Mercenaries Multiplayer Mode. Which is great to see back in the series. My experiences with SVM and other game types were exciting and fun. Back stabs, stun guns, and flash grenades make a match very intense were the slightest mistake ends everything for you.


After all the time I spent playing Splinter Cell Blacklist I must say it is a must buy for these current generation of consoles, and PC.

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