Splinter Cell: Blacklist: review

Splinter Cell: Blacklist: review

Sep 5, 2013

Format: 360 (version reviewed), PS3, PC, Wii U Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Ubisoft Players: 1-2 split-screen, 1-8 online Site: http://www.splintercell.ubi.com/ Splinter Cell has changed yet again, something that is sure to put a worried face on both fans of Chaos Theory and Conviction. Whilst Blacklist plays unlike either of these...

Splinter Cell 3D: review

Splinter Cell 3D: review

Apr 6, 2011

Format: 3DS Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Ubisoft Players: 1 Site: http://www.ubisoft.com/ We remember when Splinter Cell Chaos Theory was remade for the launch window of the original DS. We were so excited about it, as it was the first time Splinter Cell could be played properly on the move. However what became very clear was that the DS...

Splinter Cell Conviction: review

Format: Xbox 360 (version reviewed), PC Unleashed: Out Now (PC version out 30/04/10) Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Ubisoft Players: 1 – 2 Site: http://splintercell.us.ubi.com/conviction/ Brutality is something that a lot of games characters can be quite keen to show off in cut scenes, but when it comes down to gameplay the end result is often just a...

Ubisoft’s Pete Closs on Splinter Cell: Conviction

Pete Closs is one of the main points of contact UK blogs such as us have with Ubisoft. When he introduced himself at last week’s Splinter Cell Conviction community event in Reading with a proffered hand for shaking, Luke had to admit that both of his were caked in pizza debris. Pete reacted by giving a friendly wave from a few feet away. Despite this less...

Final Splinter Cell Conviction trailer before release

Final Splinter Cell Conviction trailer before release

Apr 12, 2010

With the UK release of Splinter Cell Conviction almost ready to leap out of the shadows and stun us all on April 16, Ubisoft has released a final trailer for the game featuring Third Echelon boss, Tom Reed. In the trailer, Reed gives us a nice monologue justifying what he does and why he isn’t so fond of Fisher, describing that agents on the job should be...