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Be a bro in the co-op for Splinter Cell Blacklist

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Say what you like about it, but I really enjoyed the last Splinter Cell game, Conviction. By not being a typical Splinter Cell game, it was actually better. Gone were the time-consuming stealth mechanics and in its place was a far more fluid way of taking down enemies. And it also had a fantastic co-op section added in as well. Something that I hope Blacklist can improve upon even further.

There’s been a lot said about the single-player component of Blacklist, but quite honestly, if you’re unhappy with that section of this Splinter Cell game then perhaps the co-op and Spies vs Mercs mode will intrigue you instead.

It’s got some meaty content, for certain. Four mission types over 14 maps should provide quite a few hours of entertainment, especially when I decide to cock things up for Geoff and begin firing my rifle wildly just as he’s about to make that stealthy kill. I’m ‘orrible like that.

Splinter Cell Blacklist is out in August, on all the platforms.

Last Updated: May 21, 2013


  1. Better than Army of Two?


  2. Admiral Chief Commander

    May 21, 2013 at 14:19

    I can believe Geoff and stealth, cuz, ninja and all. I can also believe Darryn and panicking and shooting wildly, cuz Brenda and all


  3. Admiral Chief Commander

    May 21, 2013 at 14:24

    Oh lawds, GOLD GOGGLES? Must buy all the DLC, must buy it NOW!!!


  4. Rince an repeat

    May 21, 2013 at 14:24

    I know how Geoff must feel. Playing a stealth game with OVG (or whatever his fucking name is now) is like trying to be stealthy painted in neon green and covered in feathers.


    • Anon A Mouse

      May 21, 2013 at 14:33

      But will the feathers not hide the neon green paint and therefore render you invisible again? Well at least while you storm through the hen house.


      • Rince an repeat

        May 21, 2013 at 14:35

        Maybe! So, that may work as you slowly move your way through a chicken pen, then a gust of wind blows the feathers off, but lucky for you, you’re now standing in an Incredible Hulk comiccon type thing? 0-o


  5. Trevor Davies

    May 21, 2013 at 14:30

    “Gone…were the…time-consuming..stealth mechanics.”?


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