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Rumor: Splinter Cell Blacklist Wii U gets its cover blown by employee resume [update]

It seems that Ubisoft is preparing a Splinter Cell: Blacklist port for Wii U. So said the resume of level designer Pascal Allancon, who may have prematurely outed the Wii U version in his LinkedIn profile. The profile has since been edited, but we've embedded an image of the original (via...

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See Splinter Cell: Blacklist's RC plane in action

Ubisoft is flying the Paladin remote-controlled plane, included in the Splinter Cell: Blacklist bundle, over an airy soccer field. Care to try it in your house next?...

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Rediscovering Sam Fisher's roots in Splinter Cell: Blacklist

In Splinter Cell: Blacklist, a decidedly less gravelly-voiced Sam Fisher heads up new government outfit Fourth Echelon, an anti-terrorism task force out to prevent the titular blacklist – an escalating list of threats suddenly levied at the United States by a terrorist group calling...

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Torture scene removed from Splinter Cell: Blacklist, no one 'loved' it

The E3 2012 demo for Splinter Cell: Blacklist introduced a savage, player-controlled torture scene, asking players to press and hold a button to twist a knife into an enemy's throat, hoping he spills some information. That torture scene will not be in the final version of Blacklist, following...

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Splinter Cell: Blacklist collector's edition includes a remote-controlled plane

The arms race taking place between publishers of military action games continues to heat up. Ubisoft is one-upping the Call of Duty: Black Ops spy car by including a working radio-controlled plane with a special edition of Splinter Cell: Blacklist. The $170 "Paladin Multi-Mission Aircraft Edition"...

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Splinter Cell: Blacklist dated for UK, new trailer encoded

Following up on yesterday's announcement that Splinter Cell: Blacklist will be ready for action on August 20 in North America, Ubisoft announced today the game will be available in the UK on "23.08.13." Our best decryption team has deciphered this as August 23, 2013....

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Splinter Cell: Blacklist shoots for August 20

Splinter Cell: Blacklist is shooting to retailers for PS3, Xbox 360 (with Kinect support) and PC on August 20, Ubisoft announced today. Blacklist is available for pre-order starting today. Orders from GameStop, Best Buy and Amazon snag the same lineup of bonus content: The Dead Coast co-op map,...

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Splinter Cell: Blacklist video showcases non-lethal abilities

From the art of the choke, to the art of the non-lethal kidney poke, this latest trailer for Splinter Cell: Blacklist shows how Sam Fisher takes 'em out without making much noise. Ignore the fact that Fisher has a silencer on his pistol, that'll just complicate this conversation. Ghosting seems...

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Splinter Cell: Blacklist dev diary examines the art o' choke

In this latest Splinter Cell: Blacklist developer diary, stuntman and combat consultant Kevin Secours puts some of his best choke holds and close-quarters combat maneuvers to use. These moves should come in handy the next time we're trying to get information on the next Xbox....

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Tom Hardy straps on the goggles for Splinter Cell movie

Ubisoft has found its star for a film based on the popular stealth series, Splinter Cell. Tom Hardy will trade his Bane mask from The Dark Knight Rises for the glowing goggles worn by the game's gruff protagonist, Sam Fisher. According to a report on Variety, Ubisoft has yet to lock down a studio,...

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