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Book Review: Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon by David Michaels

Tom Clancy is an iconic name for many reasons.

Whether you discovered Clancy through his many written works,  or are a seasoned veteran of his branded video games, it would be hard not to have stumbled across one of Clancy’s works. 746 more words


How Will the Splinter Cell Movie Be Different from Assassin's Creed?

After more than 20 years of video game adaptations, Hollywood has still not churned out a truly great video game movie. Warcraft and Assassin’s Creed tried last year, but they didn’t quite deliver on their promise. 813 more words


Splinter Cell Movie Is Supposedly Distancing From Other Notable Film Franchises & Video Game Movies

I have no expectations anymore for video game adaptations. Zilch. Nada. None. It’s not hard to see why either. These movies have all sucked since the dawn of time and end up being better movies to play drinking games with than to actually sit down and enjoy. 575 more words


On Stealth Kills (Day 24)

This one’s super broad, and as usual I’m only going to lightly touch on the idea. Here, the term “stealth kills” refers to the ability to instantly kill an enemy that’s unaware of the playable character’s presence. 251 more words

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My Favourites

I was introduced to the world of  PC games back in the year 2005 and started with some classics like MIDNIGHT MADNESS, MIDTOWN MADNESS, ROAD RASH, PROJECT I.G.I and a few more. 107 more words

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Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory (HD Remake) - Late Night Slidin' Into Your Vertebrae

[Originally published August 9, 2015]

Hey here’s that Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory review in 2015 that everybody’s been clamoring for.

You are Sam Fisher, voiced by the honey-whiskey-and-nails vocal chords resting within Michael Ironside’s talented throat. 1,417 more words

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