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Come see some games at Toronto's Gamercamp


12:30 PM on 10.29.2012
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[Update: This post, originally published with the headline, "Playable Splinter Cell and more at Toronto's Gamercamp," has been amended. We have received an email from Ubisoft saying Splinter Cell will not be playable at Gamercamp. Our apologies for any confusion we may have caused. -Ed]

You know what Canada has a lot of? Game developers. You know what it doesn't have a lot of? Gaming expos. Gamercamp is doing its part to change this. Why not join them on November 3-4?

With playable Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Super Time Force, the Toronto premiere of the Ace Attorney film, and panels featuring notable developers (Day Z, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Sound Shapes), Gamecamp is coming out swinging with its 2012 lineup. Passes start at $20 and can be purchased now.

Dtoid user Prryjcksn is helping put this event together so make sure to say hi and guilt him into letting you cut lines.








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Splinter Cell: Blacklist



9:00 AM on 08.20.2013
Review: Splinter Cell: Blacklist

Splinter Cell: Conviction was, in my opinion, a superb new direction for the Splinter Cell series, but a fair few fans were unhappy with the changes Ubisoft made. It's hardly surprising then, that Splinter Cell: Blacklist pul...more



4:00 AM on 08.13.2013
A refresher on all of Splinter Cell: Blacklist's assets

This latest Splinter Cell: Blacklist trailer reads like the Cliff's Notes to all the previous Blacklist trailers, summarizing the game's various aspects. There's the silly, hyper-organized terrorist attacks on the United Sta...more



12:30 PM on 08.05.2013
Splinter Cell: Blacklist to skip offline co-op for Wii U

While Batman: Arkham Origins is passing on multiplayer for Wii U, Splinter Cell: Blacklist is going in the other direction in terms of missing functionality. Ubisoft's Wii U port will not support offline cooperative...more



11:30 AM on 07.31.2013
Get acquainted with Splinter Cell's Merc and Spy

One of my favorite multiplayer modes of all time is returning to Splinter Cell: Blacklist in the form of Spies vs. Mercs, and these two new videos will give you a rundown of each class. If you're itching for information, Com...more



11:00 PM on 06.27.2013
How not to die in Splinter Cell's Spies vs. Mercs Classic

In talking about the Splinter Cell franchise, fans are quick to bring up the Spies vs. Mercs multiplayer mode, and for good reason -- it rocks! Players are either a spy presented in third-person view or a first-person, gun-t...more



2:30 PM on 05.20.2013
Splinter Cell: Blacklist's co-op is where it's at

This trailer showing Splinter Cell: Blacklist's cooperative mode reminds me that, of all the things to get me interested in the game, it sure isn't the single-player campaign. Spies vs. Mercs and co-op, on the other hand, ha...more



1:15 PM on 05.02.2013
Splinter Cell: Blacklist Spies vs. Mercs revealed!

I have very fond memories of Splinter Cell's Spies vs. Mercs mode. The gametype debuted in Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow (and was refined in Chaos Theory), and featured two distinctly different types of teams pit against e...more



1:15 PM on 04.22.2013
Wii U version of Splinter Cell: Blacklist demonstrated

When we heard that Ubisoft would bring Splinter Cell: Blacklist to Wii U, few details were given other than the day-and-date release date with other game versions and brief mention of GamePad features. That last bit was not ...more



7:45 AM on 04.10.2013
Splinter Cell Blacklist confirmed for Wii U, for realsies

Rejoice, Splinter Cell fans! After a fleeting leak in February by Ubisoft, Nintendo has confirmed the existence of a Wii U version of Splinter Cell: Blacklist. It will be launching on August 20th, the same day as the PS3, 360...more



8:00 PM on 03.21.2013
Splinter Cell: Blacklist video shows off more gameplay

You saw the return of the night vision goggles, in Splinter Cell: Blacklist, and now you can get a little more in-depth with this eight minute developer walkthrough from Ubisoft Toronto courtesy of IGN. It shows off qui...more





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