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Post by Dan @ 04:03pm 12/07/12 | 2 Comments
We still have a few interesting bits of coverage left to share from our time at E3 2012 in Los Angeles last month, and today we have a video interview on the freshly announced Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist.

Steve chats with Ubisoft Toronto Presentation Art Director Wylie Styles to find out more about Sam Fisher's latest outing, and touches on the change of pace, new game mechanics, player choice, and the philosophies behind all of those decisions, as well as the change in voice actors.

As per usual, this interview is available both in video and written Q&A form and you can find both right here on AusGamers.

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist is due on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2013.



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Deemsee
Posted 07:01pm 12/7/12
No Ironside...no Sam Fisher. At least they could have brought onboard an all new operative. Sam could have taken over from Lambert. I'm sick of 'rebooting' everything. Find some new IP you schmucks....
Llian
Posted 10:37pm 12/7/12
Kind of agree. Sam is good, but really, he is getting long in the tooth.
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