Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist
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Sam Fisher Biggest Return Yet
Ezekiel Serrano, Amazon
19 October 2014
Summary: Amazing Game review Good: Great Levels Amazing CO-OP Unique Gameplay All DLC is here Great Muiltplayer voicr chat is here But thares not many players on wii u thares more on ps3 note: this is the first time and last will See Sam Fisher on Wii U But we got Spys VS Mercs You Can Choose How You Play Ghost Panther Assult But I go Ghost Since i was here since sam fisher came out Best of All You Don't Have to Kill Your choice kill or knock out Bad: some lack When you zoom in...
I personally think this is a great game. You can play the way you want ...
4 October 2014
Summary: I personally think this is a great game. You can play the way you want from super stealthy, killing or knocking out enemies from all kinda of hiding places with all kinds of gadgets or you can go with guns blazing, kicking ass and taking names, your choice. I really enjoyed it!
2nd best in entire Splinter Cell Franchise - Corner cut porting makes this load way too slow. Still Great.
13 September 2014
Summary: First off, I love this game and beat on PC. The Wii version seems like it was perhaps a learning curve for Ubisoft as one of the first ports of an existing title because knowing the hardware in the Wii, the following are notable flaws in port: 1. Load Times from start menu to mission are reminiscent of early 90s playstation on CD-ROM games.
Summary: I absolutely love playing Splinter Cell games in Co-op mode. The graphics are great and the game-play is solid. I think the story is good, although, I'm more interested in co-op mode because I don't like playing by myself. My only real complaint is loading the main area (Paladin) takes a ridiculously long time. This and the spotty internet co-op connection is why I dropped a star. It is still loads of fun playing with my friend online.
Summary: It doesn't matter which platform you choose this game on, it's a good experience. I felt that the price was just right for the amount time and gameplay I got from it. My only compliant is that the game is too dark in some areas, but that only added more challenge to the experience for me.
Summary: Having played all the Splinter Cell games made for the home consoles (haven't tried the handheld ones yet) I have come to expect a certain amount of stealth mixed with pure action. The last one in the series (Conviction) was basically pure action and felt kind of out of place in the series. While it was still a great game on its own it just didn't feel like Splinter Cell..
Great campaign, Multiplayer doesnt always connect...
6 December 2013
Summary: It's a great game. You can play the way you want: you can go stealth, assault, or a combination of those. I personally like the story and how you have to play it. There are 2 concerns with this game: 1) long loading screens 2) matchmaking system not always works Anyway, this game looks very good.
Summary: After the initial disappointment that the Wii U version would have to make do without local co-op, it took a while to decide on a purchase. Having enjoyed some of the previous games in the franchise, way back and most recently the somewhat sloppy Chaos Theory 3DS port, it is good to see how well the game works out for both me and my teenage son.