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“Blacklist gets stealth right.”
9.2 / 10 – http://ubi.li/WMvrG

“Fisher is King”
5 / 5 – http://ubi.li/WMvrG

“Blacklist serves as an anthology of all of Splinter Cell's best ideas.”
8.5 / 10 – Polygon

Édition numérique de luxe

Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell® Blacklist™ Édition Deluxe inclut les pack "Puissance Maximum" et "Homeland", ainsi que toutes les armes, gadgets et équipements nécessaires pour que Sam Fishcher puisse mettre fin aux menaces de la Blacklist. Avec 2 missions bonus et 5 combinaisons supplémentaires, des upgrades d'armures et d'armes, rien ne pourra vous arrêter !

Inclut :

  • Des missions solo et multijoueurs : Littoral meurtrier et Terroriste milliardaire.
  • Des armes, équipements et combinaisons bonus :
    • Cinq armes puissantes pour tout style de jeu : Fusil de précision VSS Sniper Rifle, fusil de chasse M1014, fusil d'assaut 416, pistolet F40 et arbalète tactique.
    • Cinq combinaisons de combat : Compinaison Elite Digital Ghillie, Combinaision d'espion et de mercenaire pour Espions vs. Mercs; Combinaison Upper Echelon Suit et 4E Eclipse Ops Suit pour le mode solo.
    • Cinq accessoires d'armure : Lunettes couleur or, lunettes couleur ambre, bottes silencieuses, bottes blindées et gants tactiques.
  • Armez-vous jusqu'aux dents avec le pack "Puissance Maximum" pour Splinter Cell Blacklist, contenant des armes additionnelles pour surclasser vos ennemis… un peu moins discrètement. Le pack de DLC "Puissance Maximum" contient 5 nouvelles armes:
    • Le fusil à pompe ACS-12 (Solo + MP Mercenaires)
    • Le fusil d'assaut G36C (Solo + MP Mercenaires)
    • La mitraillette MP5-10 (Solo + MP Espions)
    • La mitraillette Marché Noir PP-19 (Solo + MP Espions)
    • Le pistolet USP45 (Solo + MP Espions)

À propos de ce jeu

Les Etats-Unis possèdent une présence militaire dans deux pays sur trois à travers le monde. Certains d’entre eux en ont assez. Un groupe de terroristes se faisant appeler Les Ingénieurs ont décidé d'en finir en instaurant un ultimatum - la Blacklist : un terrible compte à rebours annonçant une série d'attaques terroristes contre les intérêts américains.

Caractéristiques

Vous avez tous les droits
Sam est de retour, équipé de ses lunettes de vision nocturne et de sa combinaison furtive. Seul agent secret disposant de tous les droits pour stopper la Blacklist, Sam a constitué lui-même son équipe et la nouvelle unité Echelon 4. Basée dans le Paladin, un avion furtif équipé des technologies les plus avancées, Echelon 4 est une division très mobile capable d’intervenir partout dans le monde. L’histoire du jeu est d’autant plus immersive que l’utilisation poussée de la Performance Capture limite les frontières entre jeu et cinéma.

Vos Règles. Votre Style
Splinter Cell Blacklist fait honneur aux racines « Infiltration » de la franchise tout en proposant une expérience action/aventure complète. Les joueurs pourront ainsi choisir leur propre style de jeu et seront récompensés pour leur choix.
  • Fantôme : infiltration totale pour les joueurs ne voulant pas être repérés.
  • Assaut : affrontements ouverts pour des combats plus instinctifs et brutaux.
  • Panthère : pour les joueurs recherchant la manière la plus efficace et discrète de tuer.

Agent spécial, équipement spécial
Eliminez Les ingénieurs en utilisant des gadgets inédits comme la nouvelle version de la Caméra Serpent ou le Micro-Trirotor Drone. La Caméra Glu, le couteau Karambit et les accessoires préférés des fans font aussi leur grand retour. Sam Fisher est toujours aussi furtif et agile pour neutraliser ou transporter ses ennemis, et peut désormais tuer en mouvement avec le Killing In Motion, un système permettant de marquer ses ennemis et de les éliminer tout en se déplaçant.

Une interface unique
Sam et son équipe sont informés des attaques terroristes en temps réel grâce à l’Interface Stratégique de Mission (ISM). Elle sert également de hub pour l'ensemble du contenu du jeu, et affiche les missions coop ou multijoueur disponibles. Un système de crédits permet également au joueur d’améliorer ses armes, ses gadgets, le Paladin et bien plus à travers l’ISM.

Des modes COOP et multijoueur intégrés
Prolongez l’histoire avec les missions coop en ligne de Sam et Briggs, qui auront une influence sur la campagne solo.
Le mode multijoueur Spies vs. Mercs est de retour avec un nouveau gameplay asymétrique. Les joueurs pourront s’affronter par équipes de 4 tout en créant leur propre Spy ou Merc en fonction de leur style de jeu. Le mode original Spies vs Mercs classique tant réclamé par les fans fait également son grand retour !

Configuration requise

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows® XP (SP3) / Windows Vista® (SP2) / Windows® 7 (SP1) / Windows® 8
    • Processor:2.53 GHz Intel® Core™2 Duo E6400 or 2.80 GHz AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 5600+ or better
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:512 MB DirectX® 10–compliant with Shader Model 4.0 or higher
    • DirectX®:9
    • Hard Drive:25 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX 10–compliant DirectX 9.0c–compliant
    • Additional:Peripherals Supported: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, headset, optional controller (Xbox 360 Controller for Windows recommended). Requires UPLAY account.
    Recommended:
    • Processor:2.66 GHz Intel® Core™2 Quad Q8400 or 3.00 GHz AMD Phenom™ II X4 940 or better
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • DirectX®:11
    • Hard Drive:25 GB HD space
    • Sound:(5.1 surround sound recommended)
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • Additional:Peripherals Supported: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, headset, optional controller (Xbox 360 Controller for Windows recommended). Requires UPLAY account..
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Jedi Master
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Very close to the Chaos Theory game. Very nice gameplay and a sign of going back to it's roots. A bit short though
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Antwog
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Posté le : 30 juin
Splinter Cell: Blacklist is a stealth third-person shooter developed by Ubisoft Toronto and published by Ubisoft. It was released in August 2013. Blacklist is a very good game that excels in freedom of approach in mission in which complements the excellent story. The main protagonist is Sam Fisher and Fisher is one of the main operatives part of the new Fourth Echelon. Blacklist incorporates a new story while expanding and not forgetting events that occurred in the previous game Conviction. This review will discuss the campaign in relation to missions and story, the gameplay and the Paladin, the multiplayer, and the graphics and performance. I did not play the DLC.

Campaign
Blacklist features a very intense campaign that shifts the dynamic from typical FPS shooters. The Fourth Echelon's motive is to combat The Engineers, who are perpetrators of the Blacklist and these are a bunch of attacks aimed at America with a countdown on each event. Your team lives on a Paladin and uses a Strategic Mission Interface (SMI) and this replaces the traditional menu screen in other FPS games. It features a world map and allows you to coordinate your plans. For instance, you can play campaign missions, side missions, and the multiplayer portion. The SMI is very unique and frankly I love it because it fit right into the context of the story and setting. In saying that, it was frustrating to launch the game to play multiplayer with friends only to be inserted right into the campaign because I was unaware that the SMI was a thing and was the main UI of the game. Upon beginning the game there was already tension attached to the story and a sense of urgency. This is where Blacklist excels at, making sure the prologue kick-starts the story and each mission and the overall story are progressed while never ceasing intensity. Furthermore, Blacklist improves on the storytelling aspect of making Sam's personality shine through his drive on stopping The Engineer and not doing it sorely for his daughter Sarah Fisher because in Conviction all his motives were for her, so it provides a nice change.

I highly praise the dialogue because the profound amount of it complements the story. For instance, it's refreshing that after every campaign mission there is new dialogue for all team members, Sam and other personnel. I think the dialogue adds to the characterisation of all characters within the game by creating diversities between each while not forgetting past issues. The game features sixteen refreshing side missions. I love it because there is a total of sixteen missions from four different team members and all have unique objectives, gameplay approaches and add to the overall story. They have good length and while they are not long as the main campaign, they are not short which means they feel significant and not unnecessary. Lastly, the various missions are set in different locations in the world so the feature does not ever feel stale. The campaign overall was excellent but I felt it really missed the jackpot. It's difficult to explain without spoilers but I felt that the game could have had some more time to breathe because the motives of The Engineers were major and certain sequences in the campaign were significant so I think more explanation and more storytelling would have added a ton to the quality of the overall game and story. But, for what was presented, it still was great.

Gameplay
The game's core component is the Paladin. The Paladin is a plane that is the home of Fourth Echelon and that is where you conduct all briefings for missions and communication with team members. It is very unique because the Paladin is the operations area for the campaign, it includes the SMI, which as stated replaces the traditional menu, and it is involved in a major way that I will not spoil. Furthermore, you can upgrade it using in-game currency that you earn through completing missions and challenges. For instance, you can upgrade the medical bay on the plane to improve your health during missions. In other words, I commend Ubisoft for creating something new to use and I think it worked for them.

Blacklist features standard FPS gameplay but moreover expands on the gameplay and combat known to the Splinter Cell series. It emphasises experiment on how you approach your missions as the majority of missions you can approach with gun-fire and action or proceed with stealth, so it expands on the Splinter Cell concept in being secretive in your movements and actions but has enough leeway that certain missions do not penalise you for shooting people without stealth. I believe the overall gameplay quality feels more fresh and fluid and is a clear upgrade from Conviction.

Multiplayer
I enjoyed the classic multiplayer mode of Spies vs. Mercs. It features 4v4 games with different maps. Each map had varied objectives as one map would have the attacking team find positions and plant bombs while the defenders had to defuse them or, the attacking team would have to hack certain positions and get data while the defenders had to stop them. So this mode is fun as there were diverse objectives on varied maps and the servers do have a niche fan base. I found the matches to be rewarding by the end but at the same time, frustrating if on the losing end.

With positives comes its negatives and the multiplayer had some serious and unfixed issues. For one, you cannot leave a multiplayer match, enough said. Secondly, I hated the spawn positioning because there was frequent spawn killing and frequent enemy players spawning right next to some of the objectives. Lastly, online players have very high sensitivity, particularly among walls, because I found a lot of the time I was sprinting I would latch onto walls instead of sprinting and potentially killing an enemy. So, I found the gameplay portion of online to be sloppy.

Performance/Graphics
I played the game on high settings with v-sync off. I obtained mostly a 50-60 FPS window making for mostly smooth gameplay. With these settings, the graphics were good and there were some nice textures and colours, but for the most part they feel dated. My screenshot showcase has some screenshots of within the game and its settings.

Negatives
I was extremely annoyed at the game starting in windowed mode on every launch and also the game reverting to windowed mode whenever I alt-tabbed. I also encountered some bugs in the campaign and multiplayer but the main source of in-game issues was with the coop/side missions component which in some missions was mostly unstable and buggy. Other than these negatives, the other negatives I encountered were mentioned above.

Overall
Splinter Cell: Blacklist is a very strong game that is a true sequel to Conviction. It triumphs in a well-thought out and intense story. It incorporates side missions that add to the game rather than negate from the overall experience. It has compelling characters that are likeable and does not omit their past issues. And, I praise Ubisoft for creativity in regards to the Paladin and the SMI being the main interface. I played 26 hours of Blacklist and the majority was spent in single player, which exceeded my expectations, but the multiplayer hurt my overall score of the game. Regardless, I loved this so I highly recommend this game.

Ratings
Ratings are calculated by adding up each discussed component and averaging them. Then, I take out or add points to the overall score depending on the severity of issues or negatives with the game.

Campaign: 9.5/10
Gameplay: 9.5/10
Multiplayer: 7/10
Performance/Graphics: 8.5/10
Overall: 8.75/10

Thanks for reading my review! If you liked this review, rate it and join my review group. http://steamcommunity.com/groups/AntwogReviews If you have questions comment below or post in Antwog's Analysis (Reviews) general discussion page.

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zee
( 0.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 30 juin
this is probably the only sex game i will ever review, because for some reason i feel like it’s more than just sex. i don’t know if it’s how Sam and Isaac actually look at one another or the way they can’t get close enough. he’s actually looking at him like a person and not just a sex object.

but then again, it could be all in my head. i mean, this is how i would want it to be. but that’s just me.
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KennyS
( 6.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 30 juin
TOP IN THE WORLD!!! Blacklist nice nextgenовый шутер
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Posté le : 30 juin
No Love Deep Web - Death Grips + Thermal Goggles

10/10
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Posthuman
( 0.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 juin
Stays true to the splinter cell franchise.....great game but I did have some trouble initially with the game because the controls froze up I think it had something to do with Uplay......
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MyNameIsJenkins
( 2.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 juin
This is a really fun game but the moment you go in to SvM blacklisst rather than classic there is so many hackers no pun intended... Was just playing right now and some dude missed every pistol shot next thing i know i die from his melee when i'm not even in melee range and he was a merc...
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LAB-XXVII
( 51.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 juin
we're dealing with pros.
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sanyongchan
( 17.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 juin
really good and excited stealth game..Top choice
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Posté le : 28 juin
It's definitely awesome game. Everyone should play this game.
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Posté le : 17 juin
Splinter Cell Blacklist is the sixth game in the Splinter Cell series. It is also a return to the more stealth driven gameplay after the more action driven fifth game Conviction.

Pros:
-More Freedom to complete objectives your own way using either Pure Stealth, Pure Combat or a mixture of both.
-Great looking game with pretty good performance.
-Good storyline and voice acting.

Cons:
-Uplay is still rubbish
-No Michael Ironside as Sam Fisher, but the new actor actually does really good job.
-Mulitplayer isnt that active if you live outside of the United States.

After Conviction being the weakest game in the series so far, it was really good to see Blacklist make a real return to form for the Splinter Cell series.
It was so good it ended up being my second favourite Splinter Cell game behind Choas Theory.

Highly Recommended.
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I am a normal human who is not some super games geek who plays at tough levels. I play 1-2 hours a week, I like games which are cool, run quite well and feel contemporary-ish in terms of plot and action and move along at a fair pace. This game rocks.
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Splinter Cell: Blacklist is a stealth third-person shooter developed by Ubisoft Toronto and published by Ubisoft. It was released in August 2013. Blacklist is a very good game that excels in freedom of approach in mission in which complements the excellent story. The main protagonist is Sam Fisher and Fisher is one of the main operatives part of the new Fourth Echelon. Blacklist incorporates a new story while expanding and not forgetting events that occurred in the previous game Conviction. This review will discuss the campaign in relation to missions and story, the gameplay and the Paladin, the multiplayer, and the graphics and performance. I did not play the DLC.

Campaign
Blacklist features a very intense campaign that shifts the dynamic from typical FPS shooters. The Fourth Echelon's motive is to combat The Engineers, who are perpetrators of the Blacklist and these are a bunch of attacks aimed at America with a countdown on each event. Your team lives on a Paladin and uses a Strategic Mission Interface (SMI) and this replaces the traditional menu screen in other FPS games. It features a world map and allows you to coordinate your plans. For instance, you can play campaign missions, side missions, and the multiplayer portion. The SMI is very unique and frankly I love it because it fit right into the context of the story and setting. In saying that, it was frustrating to launch the game to play multiplayer with friends only to be inserted right into the campaign because I was unaware that the SMI was a thing and was the main UI of the game. Upon beginning the game there was already tension attached to the story and a sense of urgency. This is where Blacklist excels at, making sure the prologue kick-starts the story and each mission and the overall story are progressed while never ceasing intensity. Furthermore, Blacklist improves on the storytelling aspect of making Sam's personality shine through his drive on stopping The Engineer and not doing it sorely for his daughter Sarah Fisher because in Conviction all his motives were for her, so it provides a nice change.

I highly praise the dialogue because the profound amount of it complements the story. For instance, it's refreshing that after every campaign mission there is new dialogue for all team members, Sam and other personnel. I think the dialogue adds to the characterisation of all characters within the game by creating diversities between each while not forgetting past issues. The game features sixteen refreshing side missions. I love it because there is a total of sixteen missions from four different team members and all have unique objectives, gameplay approaches and add to the overall story. They have good length and while they are not long as the main campaign, they are not short which means they feel significant and not unnecessary. Lastly, the various missions are set in different locations in the world so the feature does not ever feel stale. The campaign overall was excellent but I felt it really missed the jackpot. It's difficult to explain without spoilers but I felt that the game could have had some more time to breathe because the motives of The Engineers were major and certain sequences in the campaign were significant so I think more explanation and more storytelling would have added a ton to the quality of the overall game and story. But, for what was presented, it still was great.

Gameplay
The game's core component is the Paladin. The Paladin is a plane that is the home of Fourth Echelon and that is where you conduct all briefings for missions and communication with team members. It is very unique because the Paladin is the operations area for the campaign, it includes the SMI, which as stated replaces the traditional menu, and it is involved in a major way that I will not spoil. Furthermore, you can upgrade it using in-game currency that you earn through completing missions and challenges. For instance, you can upgrade the medical bay on the plane to improve your health during missions. In other words, I commend Ubisoft for creating something new to use and I think it worked for them.

Blacklist features standard FPS gameplay but moreover expands on the gameplay and combat known to the Splinter Cell series. It emphasises experiment on how you approach your missions as the majority of missions you can approach with gun-fire and action or proceed with stealth, so it expands on the Splinter Cell concept in being secretive in your movements and actions but has enough leeway that certain missions do not penalise you for shooting people without stealth. I believe the overall gameplay quality feels more fresh and fluid and is a clear upgrade from Conviction.

Multiplayer
I enjoyed the classic multiplayer mode of Spies vs. Mercs. It features 4v4 games with different maps. Each map had varied objectives as one map would have the attacking team find positions and plant bombs while the defenders had to defuse them or, the attacking team would have to hack certain positions and get data while the defenders had to stop them. So this mode is fun as there were diverse objectives on varied maps and the servers do have a niche fan base. I found the matches to be rewarding by the end but at the same time, frustrating if on the losing end.

With positives comes its negatives and the multiplayer had some serious and unfixed issues. For one, you cannot leave a multiplayer match, enough said. Secondly, I hated the spawn positioning because there was frequent spawn killing and frequent enemy players spawning right next to some of the objectives. Lastly, online players have very high sensitivity, particularly among walls, because I found a lot of the time I was sprinting I would latch onto walls instead of sprinting and potentially killing an enemy. So, I found the gameplay portion of online to be sloppy.

Performance/Graphics
I played the game on high settings with v-sync off. I obtained mostly a 50-60 FPS window making for mostly smooth gameplay. With these settings, the graphics were good and there were some nice textures and colours, but for the most part they feel dated. My screenshot showcase has some screenshots of within the game and its settings.

Negatives
I was extremely annoyed at the game starting in windowed mode on every launch and also the game reverting to windowed mode whenever I alt-tabbed. I also encountered some bugs in the campaign and multiplayer but the main source of in-game issues was with the coop/side missions component which in some missions was mostly unstable and buggy. Other than these negatives, the other negatives I encountered were mentioned above.

Overall
Splinter Cell: Blacklist is a very strong game that is a true sequel to Conviction. It triumphs in a well-thought out and intense story. It incorporates side missions that add to the game rather than negate from the overall experience. It has compelling characters that are likeable and does not omit their past issues. And, I praise Ubisoft for creativity in regards to the Paladin and the SMI being the main interface. I played 26 hours of Blacklist and the majority was spent in single player, which exceeded my expectations, but the multiplayer hurt my overall score of the game. Regardless, I loved this so I highly recommend this game.

Ratings
Ratings are calculated by adding up each discussed component and averaging them. Then, I take out or add points to the overall score depending on the severity of issues or negatives with the game.

Campaign: 9.5/10
Gameplay: 9.5/10
Multiplayer: 7/10
Performance/Graphics: 8.5/10
Overall: 8.75/10

Thanks for reading my review! If you liked this review, rate it and join my review group. http://steamcommunity.com/groups/AntwogReviews If you have questions comment below or post in Antwog's Analysis (Reviews) general discussion page.

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Posté le : 11 juin
One of the best Splinter Cell games ever, and the best stealth game in the market.

PROS
- Approach levels with several different strategies
- Best score possible requires you to NOT TOUCH enemies and remain unseen
- Great story, feels like a good action film
- Enter GITMO and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard HQ

CONS
- They changed Sam Fisher's voice
- Not enough levels at night
- Those **** dogs
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21.1 heures en tout
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COOP still not working.

0/10
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Step in the right direction for the franchise. Good story, good gameplay.
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Posté le : 30 juin
this is probably the only sex game i will ever review, because for some reason i feel like it’s more than just sex. i don’t know if it’s how Sam and Isaac actually look at one another or the way they can’t get close enough. he’s actually looking at him like a person and not just a sex object.

but then again, it could be all in my head. i mean, this is how i would want it to be. but that’s just me.
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Posté le : 20 juin
Great Stealth Game one of the Best i've ever played
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Posté le : 18 juin
Basically the heavy action of Conviction mixed with the extremely polished stealth of Chaos Theory. It's a blast to play. You can play however you like and the game does not punish you for it. For example, if you want to be completely stealthy and sneak past all the enemies on the map, you can! If you want to silently take them out one by one, you can do that too!! If you wanna go full Rambo on everybody and let out some pent up frustration, this game won't knock ya for it!!! It's a pretty solid entry to the series, although I'm sad to see the traditional voice actor replaced by a much younger- and much less likable newbie.
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FOR ANYONE WHO CAN'T CONNECT TO COOP AND MULTIPLAYER DO THE STEPS IN THIS VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3QvFGExQTk

This game was released in 2013 and it looks like it could of come out this year. Unbelievably great graphics. The game is also very fun and challenging. It is also fun in multiplayer and coop.
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