Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist
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A great third person shooter for the U!
Green Keen, Amazon
25 September 2014
Summary: When you look at the gamepad, this is exactly how you want a game to work with it! From looking under doors on the additional screen to getting view to your other drones and gadgets, this game seems made for the U! Great game with DLC worth the purchase. The multiplayer started out rocky with connection problems everywhere but, post patch, all problems seem answered! Great game for Co-op, Multi (Spies v Mercs is amazing!) or Solo. Plenty of options and replayability!
Summary: This game rules. I've played the different versions of Splinter Cell on Xbox and PC. This is my favorite format for Splinter Cell, the Wii U controller is the most fun controller for this game. The touch screen adds a lot of functionality.
Summary: This game is simply great for the Wii U. Frame rate is smooth and graphics look great. If you're wanting top notch graphics than go with PC version of any game (as always). I think where this shines compared to other versions is that on the gamepad you get to see your inventory and you can switch to anything at ease and quickly with a simple touch. You can play this game with either the gamepad or a pro controller.
Summary: Splinter Cell is not for me, but my boyfriend loves it. If he has the day off, he spends most of the time playing this game. He plays so long that he has to take breaks from playing because the wii game pad needs to get charged.
Summary: Splinter Cell Blacklist is a triumphant return to the stealth based series. The greatest part of this game, however, is that you are rewarded based on what play style you choose. If you want to be stealthy, you will be recognized for that. If you want to run and gun through levels, there is a reward for that. As soon as I embraced the fact that either way is acceptable and that is how the game was designed, I have been able to enjoy this game to its fullest extent.