Summary: this game is by far the best 3rd person shooter I've played.(i haven't played many) i got this a little bit after blacklist came out to know the story and i am obsessed with it. i could play the campaign for days. their is just some parts that are kinda hard and really stupid. you have to go to the exact same map FOUR TIMES and it is all the same and it has a timer for 25 minutes that you cant speed up. a bad feature is the "trust system" is really hard.
Summary: First of all, before I truly start this review in earnest, I would like to point out what is- to me, obvious. Splinter Cell: Blacklist is a beautiful game in many ways, graphics being one of those methods. Conviction was a gorgeous game in its own right, but that was 2010, and this is three years later, with much more advanced lighting and ambient creativity and advancements. Therefore, it is only right that Blacklist is worlds better looking than its predecessor.
Summary: This version (Xbox 360) of SC: Double Agent is much better for graphics, story line, and game play; than the Xbox version. How ever they are both excellent. One thing I don't like is in the game the developers missed a great opportunity to do a blow through. Like in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier you can mark your targets take them out swiftly and quietly, but Double Agent does not have that option. It is a middle pace game, you might say.
Summary: This is a great game. I'm a huge fan of the Splinter Cell series. I think this game is maybe the best one. The graphics and game mechanics are a bit dated but the story and the gameplay more than makes up for this.