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From orthodoxy to modernism: the finely tuned anatomy of stealth

Games that spend so much time encouraging the player to do so little are always walking that fine line between boredom and rewarding.  If you can imagine being the guy(s) and girl(s) in the team charged with designing the levels, their only brief being to “make the player stop and think”, you’ll appreciate just how difficult a task that is.   1,638 more words

Opinions And Hearsay

Splinter Cell Chaos Theory 10 Years On: What Makes A Simulation Game

Today is the 10th anniversary of what is often called one of the best stealth games ever and one of my personal favorite games of all time. 2,009 more words


Uh, Splinter Cell: Siege. Party of One Please?

Ubisoft has gotten people’s attention again as Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Siege is ready for beta testing.

Like the closed alpha that was exclusively for the PC, this beta will be a closed one as well, but this time Playstation 4 and Xbox One owners will be able to get their hands on it as well. 87 more words


Splinter Cell: Blacklist (PC) Video Game Review

Splinter Cell: Blacklist is the latest in the Splinter Cell video game franchise and was released about two years ago. I received a copy when I upgraded my video card and I am so glad I did. 735 more words

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Splinter Cell Books, Games, and Now Movie?

Tom Clancy is a famous author who wrote many books about spies and warfare that have lead to many games and movies such as Rainbow 6… 326 more words

Understanding Stealth Games

The predominant theme in Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell has long been information warfare, an idea that describes not just the games’ techno-thriller narratives but the very gameplay itself. 338 more words


Splinter Cell: Conviction (PC) Video Game Review

Fun game considering that it came out four years ago. Graphics still hold up. Gameplay still fun, if a little shallow. Especially considering modern advances in stealth gameplay mechanics. 46 more words