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A previewed co-op side-mission from Splinter Cell: Blacklist brought together the classic elements fans love. It just didn't feel like a two-person operation.
Splinter Cell's acclaimed multiplayer returns in not one but two different versions, and while they play the same, they feel very different.
Nintendo is touting the third-party support for its home console.
Game developers are increasingly fond of including doodads and gizmos with the premium editions of their games. Here are some of the most ridiculously expensive special editions ever released, in roughly ascending order.
What's everybody waiting for? We polled some of the most famous names in the game industry to find out about their most anticipated titles of 2013.
Our all-knowing panel of completely unbiased game characters talk commercials, steroids, and Beyoncé's lip-syncing prowess as they predict the outcome of the big game!
Splinter Cell creative director Maxime Beland plays Minecraft, but not like you do. His is a tale of friendship, woe, self-realization, and things on fire.
Sam Fisher is back, and Splinter Cell: Blacklist lead designer Richard Carrillo tells us why he's so different this time.
A new user-interface system could let players stay in character throughout Splinter Cell and jump between every single mission and mode with ease ... including the franchise's first attempt at side missions.
Sam Fisher returns with gadgets, guns, and upgrades that key directly into the way you play, from gunman to ghost to something in-between. If only your opposition keyed in, too.
For $170, gamers get the new Splinter Cell, some DLC, and a remote-controlled airplane.
New Regency will help distribute the film based on the stealth-action franchise.
Tom Hardy will become the Third Echelon's super spy in a film adaptation from Ubisoft Motion Pictures.
We've corralled the entirety of our E3 2012 coverage from the showfloors, meeting rooms, conference halls, and beyond. If you missed out -- or need a refresher -- on GamesBeat's E3 coverage, take a look here!
We analyzed over 16,000 comments on the NeoGAF forums to see how gamers reacted to Microsoft's E3 2012 press conference.
When we're in Los Angeles for E3, we've always got our eyes out for special and noteworthy works. When we're not doing that, we give out these E3 2012 non-award awards. Grossest quote? We have that. Most charming booth babe? Yep. Year of the Bow Award for the Most Bows? You'll have to click to find out.
Ubisoft, stop your search now. Aisha Tyler is your one true conference host, the presenter to rule them all. And these are just some of the awesome -- and way, WAY off-script -- things she said.
At Microsoft’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) press briefing in Los Angeles, Ubisoft revealed the latest in the Splinter Cell saga. Blacklist appears to bring back much of the gameplay of the previous entries in the series, but with lots of …