63w 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:
73w 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)
http://zeus.dl.playstation.net/cdn/EP0001/NPEB00557_00/KBuxRxMEAwzoxEnNwwfPsuEJdVwNOmcBicsMAGffDdKzVKRdhlBCNBXUUZYrQHhV.pkg Fix 3.41 / 3.55:
87w ago - Sony PlayStation Network Executive Producer Kevin Furuichi has made available a video preview today of this month's Qore, which showcases Sorcery, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Future Soldier and Prototype 2 below.
To quote: This month's episode features one of the most anticipated PlayStation Move titles, previews of two popular sequels, and a retrospective look at the series.
Jesse Blaze Snider wields a wand (aided by the Move controller) in Sorcery. As a young wizard's apprentice, players easily learn how the wand enables magical game play in a mystical world. Summon fire, ice and magical bolt spells to take down huge ice trolls and evil monsters in this comprehensive preview!
Looks like the next step in modern warfare game play is coming from Ubisoft's latest installment of the popular futuristic shooter Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier. The Qore preview 'de-cloaks' the very cool stealth technology and almost infinite combinations of weapons that players can assemble.
Superpower shapeshifting is back with Prototype 2. With a new protagonist wielding some crazy powerful tendrils, this preview flies through the...
88w ago - PlayStation Network Community Manager Morgan Haro has announced today that PS Plus members will be granted first access to Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier on April 10, 2012.
To quote: Releasing in May, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Future Soldier not only promises an engaging single-player campaign, but bone-rattling battlefields to storm in multiplayer.
And now, PlayStation Plus subscribers will have first access to the multiplayer beta come April 17th.
The beta will be published on April 17th in the PlayStation Plus section of the Store. If you've elected for Automatic Downloads as a subscriber, the beta will also be automatically pushed to your PS3 when it's released! Otherwise, you can download it when you're ready and hop in the multiplayer action.
It's important to note that the beta itself starts on the 19th of April. So while you'll be able to download it on 4/17, the action can't be accessed until Thursday, 4/19.
If you're not in on the PlayStation Plus action, click here to snag your subscription, or head to the PlayStation Store to unlock immediate access.