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Splinter Cell: Blacklist has been officially announced and along with it a few screen shots have been released. The game was shown at the Microsoft Press Conference and will integrate Kinect voice command with the game. Classic Splinter Cell lines that same fisher has said in past games to catch the enemy’s attention can now be said by the player instead and the game will react accordingly to the voice.
Splinter Cell: Blacklist will be set in the Middle East where Sam must capture a high valued target to complete his mission. The game looks exceptional with Sam’s new abilities when it comes to execution and the stealth game play. Splinter
Cell: Blacklist is one of the many surprises E3 2012 has in store for gamers! Here are some screenshots that have been released for the latest installment to the Splinter Cell franchise.
With the Tomb Raider game franchise bringing in a total of over 35 million copies of games sold, along with a film anthology grossing over $300 million at the box office globally, Lara Croft and Tomb Raider is more of an icon then a franchise. With the new title reboot of the game adding tons of new aspects as we see another side of Lara, it is bound to once again bring Lara Croft to life. Above you can see all the screens for the game including all the new Gamescom ones that have just been released. You can check out more in our video interview/preview here and another hands on preview we got here. Don’t forget to hit up our YouTube Channel for the latest video for the game as well. Tomb Raider will be available for most platforms (Xbox 360/PS3/PC) this March 5, 2013. The game is being developed by Crystal Dynamics while it’s being published by Square Enix. Keep it here for the latest.
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So according to The Telegraph,the following are the most anticipated games of 2013 (with my own additions…ENJOY) : Splinter Cell Blacklist (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, TBC) Sam Fisher returns, seemingly younger and certainly more violent. Blacklist follows the newly … Continue reading