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Let's Play Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist From Ubisoft

Posted on Wednesday, August 21 @ 18:00:00 PST by
Splinter Cell: Blacklist is out this week, but I spent the weekend reviewing Ubisoft's latest and having fun in the game's multiplayer and single-player modes. Obviously you can stalk the shadows by yourself or with a cooperative partner, but Spies Vs. Mercs, an asynchronous 4v4 multiplayer mode, is a lot of fun too. Below, I take a look at one of the single-player side missions you'll encounter as you continue the story. You can tackle this mission in co-op as well (and some of these sidemissions don't let you obtain a maximum score unless you've got a buddy) but here I'm going solo.

Spies Vs. Mercenaries first appeared in Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow, but it's really been refined in Blacklist. I'm really happy it's back and without it, I don't think Blacklist would have scored as highly in our review. Check out a match where I totally dominated as a spy below.


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