Articles tagged with: Splinter Cell
In all the excitement of Sony’s PlayStation 4 reveal two weeks ago, it’s easy to forget that we still have several months’ worth of PS3 games to look forward to! We’ve already seen the likes of DmC: Devil May Cry, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance and Tomb Raider (to name a few!) this year, but those games were merely the tip of the iceberg of what’s still to come.
It has to said that Ubisoft had a terrific conference at E3. This was partly because it was presented by comedienne Aisha Tyler, but mainly because the company has arguably the strongest lineup of games of all third-party publishers.
With blockbuster titles like Assassin’s Creed III, Far Cry 3, and the newly announced Watch Dogs, Ubisoft fans have a lot to look forward to over the next year and beyond. So, let’s get cracking with the trailers, shall we?
Ubisoft has closed the doors on their 2012 E3 press conference and open the doors to a new Splinter Cell game on PlayStation 3. Coming spring 2013, can’t get any more tentative really, Splinter Cell: Blacklist aims to rectify the lack of Sam Fisher on our XMB toting blu-ray disc console. PS3 may not have had Conviction, but it will get a Blacklist.
Splinter Cell: Conviction appears to be a game that is all but confirmed as a future release for the PS3.
Last month it was found that a Ubisoft Montreal developer had the game listed for release on the 360, PC and the PS3 on his LinkedIn profile.
When Ubisoft came out and declared Splinter Cell: Conviction as a “true exclusive” for the Xbox 360, we bet all you Sam Fisher-ionados out there thought: “That’s it, I really need to let all hopes of hooking up with Sam on my PS3 again go.”
Time to jump back on the will-it-won’t-it merry-go-round again as, while speaking to Videogamer, Ubisoft’s CEO Yannis Mallat has suggested it might still happen.
Oh, the wonders of corporate talk. Having invited readers to pose questions about upcoming stealth adventure, Splinter Cell: Conviction, Ubisoft have responded over at their official forum.
Straight to the point (and question #1 no less), a reader wastes no time with bringing up the exclusivity elephant. Why no PS3 love they ask? Ubisoft respond.
Joystiq chat with Ubisoft regarding just how tied the upcoming Splinter Cell: Conviction game is to the 360. As expected it’s “completely exclusive”. Definitely. Well, maybe, it depends …