Ubisoft And Nintendo Confirm Splinter Cell Blacklist For Wii U

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Ubisoft confirms that Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist is coming to Wii U on Aug. 20 in North America, Aug. 22 for EMEA territories and Aug. 23 in the UK. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist on Wii U will deliver a unique gaming experience that puts players in the role of special operative and 4th Echelon leader Sam Fisher. Showcasing enhanced game-play features using the Wii U GamePad controller, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist allows players to operate innovative gadgets, take out enemies and move through the environment, and intuitively switch between weapons, among other features. The GamePad touch screen, along with motion-based inputs, are sure to immerse fans and gamers alike in this thrilling modern-day adventure.

65 thoughts on “Ubisoft And Nintendo Confirm Splinter Cell Blacklist For Wii U”

    1. Ubisoft have to be full with money when they want to lose money cos everyone knows that no body buys third party games for Nintendo console they have PS3 and 360 for that Ubisoft are fools

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      1. I have a ps3 and 360… but I NEVER buy games for them…. I JUST DOWNLOADED THEM!!!! Why? Cause those systems are HACK!!!!

        My wii u however isn’t and I will DEFINITELY buy this game for my wii u. So please stop talking diarrhea out of your mouth.

        Get N or get OUT!!!

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              1. Wanna hear something fun?

                All (major) games here in Aus are $70-80 when they’re new.
                The Playstation 3 was hitting 1k when it was first released.

                That’s the major, major reason I’m not getting a Playstation 4.

                PRICE.

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    1. Don’t get it at launch, get it when the good games roll in (namely GTA VI, or Naughty Dog). You will most certainly get better games at cheaper price

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  1. Monster Hunter Ultimate
    Need for speed Most wanted U
    Splinter cell black list
    Injustice gods among us
    Revelations HD
    Deus EX directors cut
    Assassins creed 4
    Watchdogs
    Batman arkhum origins
    Sniper elite V2
    Rayman Origins
    Lego city undercover
    Lego Marvel super hero’s and Chima
    Project cars
    A plethora of amazing indie/eshop games
    Pikmin 3
    Game and Wario
    Wonderfull 101
    Windwaker Remake
    Yoshi’s yarn
    Wii fit U
    Pokemon Rumble U

    Unconfirmed release

    Bayonetta 2
    Mario kart
    3D mario
    Monolith soft’s X
    Smash bros U
    Zelda U

    I guess the whole ”Wiiu has no games” argument is dead now. And just think how many more games will be announced for this year.

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    1. Hey you forgot the fire emblem x shin megami. Also it is possible metal gear 5 is coming has it was said in that miiverse leak metal gears in plural.

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    1. 3rd Party support is picking up steam. This is a huge addition to the Wii U lineup. These games:
      Monster Hunter Ultimate
      Need for speed Most wanted U
      Splinter cell black list
      Injustice gods among us
      Revelations HD
      Deus EX directors cut
      Assassins creed 4
      Watchdogs
      Batman arkhum origins
      Sniper elite V2
      Rayman Origins
      Lego city undercover
      Lego Marvel super hero’s and Chima
      Project cars
      A plethora of amazing indie/eshop games
      Pikmin 3
      Game and Wario
      Wonderfull 101
      Windwaker Remake
      Yoshi’s yarn
      Wii fit U
      Pokemon Rumble U
      Bayonetta 2
      Mario kart
      3D mario
      Monolith soft’s X
      Smash bros U
      Zelda U
      Will ensure that the Wii U is here for the long haul. Nintendo is doing a lot of willing and dealing with Ubisoft behind closed doors that’s for damn sure :)

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  2. I’m buying this game lord willing things go right. Splinter Cell Chaos Theory (Gamecube) was the last SC game I ever bought. Welcome back home to Nintendo Splinter Cell! I understand Double Agent was there, but I heard it wasn’t a good version. I never owned a Wii anyway & no I didn’t buy a Splinter Cell game on my PS3 either. I sold my 360! But Splinter Cell Choas Theory was my absolute favorite Splinter Cell game, granted I haven’t played the full version of Double Agent before. Conviction was too short so that’s why I never bought it.

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  3. First, thank you Ubisoft. I was upset about Rayman Legends being delayed. However, your continued support of the Wii U makes it hard to stay mad at you. I wish Ubisoft continued success, and plan to get this upon release. It is one of my most anticipated games. Will be playing Splinter Cell, Assassin’s Creed 4, Rayman Legends, Watchdogs, and many others on my Wii U. Unlike Deep Silver, Ubisoft is a company that likes to make money. I love smart companies!

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  4. Sweet! The last Splinter Cell game I played on a Nintendo console was Double Agent. Hope Blacklist is good and that it uses the gamepad in awesome ways.

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  5. Now I fucking LOVE Ubisoft!!!!!!!!!! This definetely forgives them for delaying Rayman (if there was still someone hating ‘em because of that….)

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    1. Really? Wiimote? Keep playing Blops 2 if you really miss the Wiimote…. Asking for the Wiimote in such game like this is like asking for Wiimote on ZombiU… You completely kill the concept of playing with two screens and both this games have so much to give with the Gamepad

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  6. Maybe this was their plan?.. you know, first we all were like, screw you ubisoft!, and suddenly all their major games are coming to Wii U, so everybody who said, i’m not gonna buy Rayman because of your betrayal!, now are considering it because it is a awesome game, so in the end, all those who were doubting now with all the support from ubisoft, will be definetely buying Rayman…

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