30th August, 2013
What happens when we mix Assassin's Creed, Hitman and Metal Gear, answer opts for itself: Splinter Cell: Blacklist. Not for nothing is one of the most popular at the time this game, developed by Ubisoft, getting reviews positive at IGN and Metacritic, its playability and its compelling story make it a must have for any gamer that likes action. Let's see what Splinter Cell makes one of the best games of 2013.
Blacklist is a game of action combined with sandbox. As in Assassin's Creed, our freedom of action is total, and in this sense the title is radically superior to its predecessor, Splinter Cell: Conviction.
Unlike Conviction, Blacklist allows us to return to the old way of stealthy murder and concealment of corpses, clear nothing prevents us removed one of our many guns and starts a bloody hunt. Including camera options and functionality of the watch make Blacklist a better shooter than Conviction.
New post-mission points system motivates player to return to carry out missions over and over again, each time will try to achieve different goals based on this new functionality. I.e., we have up to 3 ways to complete missions: Ghost (non-lethal - stealth), Panther (lethal stealth) and Assault (loud and lethal), each of these modes to unlock various achievements in the game.
We can invest the experience that we gained in missions in customize our weaponry to adapt to a style of play in particular. For example, we can turn to Sam Fisher (main character) on a spy phantom to optimizing our gadgets to numb the enemy; either can become a butcher in cold blood improving our rifles and machine guns. It varies according to taste.
Splinter Cell: Blacklist is positioned as one of the great revelations of the year. Their mode of play and freedom offered to the player are enough reasons to give this title a perfect score. But in addition to that, the history that operates in the background is compelling and motivates us to not drop the remote control for several hours. Complete by where it you look at it.
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