Splinter Cell Blacklist Coming To Wii U?

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Twitter user Emily Rogers has spotted that a Ubisoft developer’s Linkedin profile states that he is working on Splinter Cell: Blacklist for Wii U, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. A Wii U version of the game has been rumoured for quite some time now, but developer Ubisoft has remained noticeably quite on the subject. Would you purchase Splinter Cell: Blacklist on Wii U?

Thanks, Nintedward


77 thoughts on “Splinter Cell Blacklist Coming To Wii U?”

      1. myth? No. Third parties are not the be all, end all for Nintendo especially with the strength of their exclusives. But third party support will always be a pretty good bonus, to say the least

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    1. Based on Ubisoft’s already strong support for the Wii U and their seemingly tight relationship with Nintendo, I would say you are a 100% right about that

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  1. I dunno. With Ubisoft it’s hard to tell anymore when it comes to Nintendo. :/ I guess it’d be interesting but it’s not the same without Michael Ironside.

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  2. This is why I have a wiiu more games like this reminds me of the gamecube .My deluxe wiiu is awesome I can’t wait to see more third party games with Nintendo. Forget the ps4 you won’t be able to play fun games like Zelda Mario Kirby and etc and nintendo has third party games support which make nintendo the company out there:-)

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  3. Never played Splinter Cell before… Probs won’t start now. I AM looking out for Watch Dogs though! That’s gonna be an awesone game! I can feel it!!

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        1. And here a go again i think Ubisoft makes big mistake supporting Nintendo console cos their fans loves only Mario Zelda and other Nintendo’s games for little kids i am sure that almost nobody will buy Splinter Cell BL or Watch Dogs or like Batman AC Mass Effect 3 Darksiders 2 Black Ops 2 Sonic All Stars AC3 Fifa 13 Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two instead this games you had bought again your Mario who washing brains 2M copies

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    1. Oh god, don’t remind me of that game, it’ll give me nightmares. The mindset I have for “Metroid:Other M” is like “Mario is Missing” or “Hotel Mario” We don’t speak of those Dark Times. lol :P

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    1. No, still upset they put ahold on ghost recon online wii U to finish pc version first, great game cant wIt for wii u version, eapecialy since first preview of game was a wii u version before we knew pc existed.

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  4. Nintedward is a major influence in mynintendonews; He also has one of the best damage controls i have ever had the pleasure of witnessing.

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      1. 100% this^ Don’t let them bring us down Nintedlord , We will fight them right to the bitter end. Apparently stating facts such as ”Nintendo isn’t going out of business they’re rich and just anihilated the competition in gen 7” is fucking damage control ?

        Too many assholes on this site….

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          1. Everyone seems to think stating the opposite of what is actually happening is somehow clever.

            People claim the Wiiu is a failure even though it’s sold more than 3 million in 3 Months. What does that make the Vita selling 4 million after 13 months ? lol

            Wiiu by the end of 2013 will be on about 8M AT LEAST I recon.

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  5. Now were talking I definitely would but this along side watch dogs.Last couple months been pretty dry as far as game releases but by the end of the year we will have some pretty great titles on the wii u.

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  6. awesome I hope it does come to the wiiu sadly i may have to send my wiiu in for repairs the red light keeps blinking red each time i turn it on plus the B button on the gamepad isn’t working

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