Splinter Cell: Blacklist trailer introduces Sam’s foes

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By on July 20, 2013 at 3:24 pm

What exactly is the titular Blacklist in the latest, upcoming Splinter Cell? This trailer endeavours to answer that very question, and whether it succeeds or fails, it certainly does a good job of communicating what should be done to combat this looming global threat: send in Sam Fisher. Blacklist is very nearly upon us now, arriving on our girded shores on August 22. That’s just 33 sleeps.

Source: VG247

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..That trailer taught me absolutely nothing about who or what “Blacklist” is.

Some sort of Terrorist group I am assuming and they are blowing up oil plants or something.

I still don’t know exactly who the actual group consists of or why they are a big threat.

Good job trailer for telling me nothing apart from Michael Ironside was a much better VA and I preferred the Fisher from Conviction’s face rather than this one.

 

silenceoz,

Blacklist = list of targets?
At this stage it’s perhaps unimportant to know more about the motivation of the group responsible

 
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