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Far Cry 2 lead designer Clint Hocking no longer working for Valve

It's emerged Clint Hocking, the lead designer of Far Cry 2 and Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, left Valve towards the end of last year. According to Hocking's blog and his LinkedIn profile, the industry veteran's post as a designer and level designer ended in December 2013. The former Ubisoft and L...

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Amazon: Buy one, get one on Ubisoft DRM-free PC downloads

Got five bucks? Want a couple of kinda-old Ubisoft PC games? Well, if you fall within that very niche category of people, a current promotion over at Amazon may be relevant to your needs. Assassin's Creed, a few Splinter Cells and Far Cry 2 are just a few of the titles you can nab for half a sawbuc...

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Splinter Cell Classic Trilogy sneaks to June 21, Prince of Persia HD on Blu-ray also delayed

Originally due to be released today on both Blu-ray disc and PSN, the HD-ified Splinter Cell Classic Trilogy has slipped off the radar and into the shadows. IGN reports that it'll wait there, for undisclosed reasons, until resurfacing on June 21. It's not alone -- the retail release of the Prince...

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Driver 3DS announced, Ubi 3DS games confirmed for Japan

Ubisoft revealed Driver 3D, another title from its franchise roster heading to Nintendo's 3DS. Andriasang reports the game has a Spring 2011 release date, along with the previously announced Battle of Giants: Dinosaur Strike, Ghost Recon Tactics and Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory 3D....

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Prince of Persia, Splinter Cell HD collections listed by UK retail site

High-definition updates of last generation's Splinter Cell and Prince of Persia games have popped up again, this time on a UK retail site. Eurogamer points to listings on Zavvi.com of the two Ubisoft trilogies, bundled on PlayStation 3 for £30 MSRP. Splinter Cell has a late November date atta...

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Direct2Drive celebrates 5-year anniversary with 50 games for $5 each

Over the next five weeks, Direct2Drive is offering a special discount on a host of different titles in celebration of its five-year anniversary. Every Monday, Direct2Drive will feature a new set of titles, reducing them to $5 (or £5 UK), with the first week of the promotion focusing on "Ubis...

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GameTap Thursday: Splinter Cell: CT, Tomb Raider: Anniversary free for one week

It's a decent enough week for GameTap as Sam Fisher sneaks in and explains chaos theory through action. Also, Lady Croft gives it away for free. Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory (Windows) - Pre-emo Sam Fisher is out to save the world in this third installment in the stealth-action series. Ocean ...

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Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, Metal Arms now available on Xbox Originals

We know you're keen to see what super spy Sam Fisher was up to before he started digging Linkin Park CDs into his wrists, so we wholeheartedly suggest you check out what many consider to be his best espionage entry, Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory. And if you absolutely can't find it on Xbox for less t...

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Splinter Cell and Metal Arms become Xbox Originals

Following hand in hand with Xbox Live coming back online are two new (and previously promised) Xbox Originals titles to the Xbox Live Marketplace. Both the 5.39GB Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory and 1.61GB Metal Arms: Glitch in the System are now available for 1200 Microsoft points each to all Xbox Live...

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Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, Metal Arms join Xbox Originals lineup

Major Nelson informs that secret agent Sam Fisher and some robots have been discovered covertly trying to sneak onto the Xbox Originals lineup. Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory and Metal Arms: Glitch in the System will be available for 1200 MS points ($15) a piece beginning next Monday (except in Korea ...

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