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Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelTom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Xbox 360
DateJul 2012
PlatformXbox 360
GenreAction / Adventure
ESRB ratingRP (Rating Pending)
Language versionEnglish
Release date (DD/MM/YYYY)29/03/2013
PEGI rating18
Multiplayer mode

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Reviewed on 2013-09-26
Well paced third person tactical adventure, Good balance between sneaking and action gameplayStoryline is somewhat convoluted at times, Environments can feel a bit samey
The Splinter Cell games have been taking players on Jason Bourne-esque adventures for just over ten years, and now the series returns with Blacklist. Unlike 2010's Conviction, which was exclusive to Xbox 360, Blacklist is also available on PlayStation 3 a...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-05
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Reviewed on 2013-09-05
To say Splinter Cell: Conviction was controversial is like saying Kevin Conroy is the best voice of Batman – when it comes to the fan community it’s just f***ing true, don’t argue. Ditching the slowly-careful-whoops-I’ve-failed-because-an-alarm-went-of...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-01
The old fashioned stealth game has had a tough time of it recently, on one hand sneaking through the darkness and conducting free neck surgery and escaping without a sound is incredibly satisfying, however the mainstream lean towards all out action means ...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-30
Not so long ago, I had the strangest thought: what if the 17th century English poet, William Congreve was around today? Would his famously paraphrased quote “Hell has no fury like a woman scorned” be re-tweeted and re-blogged as “Hell has no fury, like a ...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-23
Play how you want l Lots to unlock l Great action l Mark and executeSome clumsy AI
The Splinter Cell series has changed over the years. In the earlier games, like Chaos Theory and Pandora Tomorrow (according to many, the best games in the series), Sam Fisher was obliged to use stealth at all times. Defeating the enemy without being noti...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-20
I’ve always wanted to like Splinter Cell. It was that series of games I wanted to play but the fanboy in me refused to let that happen. I was a Metal Gear fan and always had to scoff at the “other stealth series.” That was how the lesser, immature-mind...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-15
Returns to classic Splinter Cell gameplay, Choice of effective play styles, Good level design and smart AIUninspired plot, Dubious cash for kills mechanics
Available on Xbox 360 (reviewed), PS3, PC There's a surprise awaiting you in Splinter Cell: Blacklist, though it won't be found lurking in the plot. Many of us had the latest in the series pegged as a betrayal of Splinter Cell's cores values, with the ser...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-15
Fluid mix of stealth and combat, Some memorable missions, Lots of variation in assignmentsNo Michael Ironside, Caricatured allies and enemies, Steals lots of ideas from elsewhere
Blacklist's story is typical Tom Clancy fare - a group of terrorists threaten the US with a series of attacks unless it pulls troops from 154 foreign countries. The President therefore establishes Fourth Echelon, a new covert team headed up by Sam Fisher,...
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