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Video: Splinter Cell Blacklist on PS3: Spies vs Mercs Detailed

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67w ago - Splinter Cell Community Developer Zack Cooper has shared a video today showcasing Splinter Cell Blacklist on PS3 which details Spies vs Mercs below.

To quote: Whether you got a chance to check out our Spies vs. Mercs trailer or not, we're bringing some deeper insight (and a live Q&A to follow) into what we're working with in Splinter Cell Blacklist's multiplayer experience.

First off, if you're not familiar with Spies vs. Mercs, I will say one thing: It is an experience like no other. Either you're playing as a Spy in third-person perspective, trying to remain undetected and hack terminals while being quick, agile, and deadly in shadows; or you're the Merc, in first-person perspective, a brute force with unmatched weaponry who's trying to defend the data from the infiltrators.

One of the cool aspects of Spies vs. Mercs in Blacklist is that you will be playing both sides before a game is done. There's a very applicable quote from "The Art of War" (by Sun Tzu) that I like to use: "Know thyself; know thy enemy."





By that, I mean that you can't truly master the Spy until you fully understand how to eliminate one. The same thing goes for playing as (and neutralizing) the Merc. A game of Spies vs. Mercs isn't...
 

Video: Splinter Cell Blacklist PS3 Trailer Emerges From the Shadows

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69w ago - Community Developer Zack Cooper shared a video trailer today unveiling Splinter Cell Blacklist emerges from the shadows on the PS3 entertainment system.

To quote: I'm stoked to speak with you guys about our latest trailer for Blacklist, which we're calling "Stalk. Strike. Silence." If you're a Splinter Cell fan, you know that there's a rich history to the franchise.

The idea behind Blacklist is to embrace those roots by bringing back most of the core elements and merging them with the advanced gameplay and graphical evolution of the more recent Splinter Cell games.

We're also bringing back that sweet, dark, geopolitical drama that Tom Clancy fans are familiar with. In Splinter Cell Blacklist, the high-level storyline centers on a group of rogue nations coming together to create an ultimatum; they've had enough of the American occupancy on their land. This collective institutes a countdown, warning the United States to back off... or else.

That 'or else' involves specific threats to American interests. That's where Sam Fisher, now the leader of his newly formed Fourth Echelon unit, their mobile command center, the Paladin, and the classic Splinter Cell globetrotting come into play.

Looking at this trailer in particular, we wanted to re-establish Sam for both...
 

Video: Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist - The Fifth Freedom

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99w ago - Ubisoft Creative Director Maxime Beland has shared a video today introducing The Fifth Freedom in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist for PS3.

To quote: Splinter Cell is a franchise that has always been grounded in realism, and the latest installment of the game features a story ripped straight from today's headlines.

In reality, there are conflicts in the world we are aware of. But then there are the conflicts we will never hear about - a war in the shadows that will be defused by the few who must make difficult decisions, and who carry a heavy burden to protect our fundamental liberties.

This is the context for granting Sam Fisher the Fifth Freedom in Splinter Cell: Blacklist - the power to do whatever it takes to protect the greater good. Only the President can authorise the Fifth Freedom, and only the most skilled and trustworthy operatives America has to offer have ever received it.

In order to truly understand the Fifth Freedom, and why it plays such a critical role in developing the story in Splinter Cell: Blacklist, I want to give you some historical background for our story. In 1941, US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt gave the "Four Freedoms" speech, laying out the quartet of liberties that "everyone in the world" should hold as a birthright:
 

Splinter Cell Trilogy HD & Batman Arkham City PS3 CFW 3.55 Fixes Out

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107w ago - Following up on their previous PS3 CFW fixes, today the E3 Team have released EBOOT patches for Splinter Cell Trilogy HD (BLES01146) and Batman Arkham City (BLUS30538) for PlayStation 3 Custom Firmware users and have confirmed the PS3 v3.60+ keys are coming soon.

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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory HD Fixed for PS3 CFW!

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109w ago - Following up on my previous PS3 CFW 3.55 / 3.41 fix update, today I have another new big release - propJOE proudly presents the last part from trilogy, namely Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory HD (NPEB00557) fixed for PlayStation 3 Custom Firmware users!

As always, the release details are available below as follows:

IMPORTANT: Due to CFW bug you MUST start MultiMan once and exit, then run the game. Same as Splinter Cell part 1 & 2.

NOTE: I got report that game doesn't work on dongle CFW. Not confirmed by more people.

Tom Clancy's SPLINTER CELL: CHAOS THEORY HD (NPEB00557)

Full game:
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Fix 3.41 / 3.55:
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Have fun!


 
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