The awesome guys from Megarom and Microsoft hosted us in Bryanston last night for an awesome night of drinks, food and games. We got some hands on time with the Splinter Cell: Blacklist code, and I drank plenty of girly boozy drinks.
Defending democracy, taking down enemy soldiers with extreme prejudice and stopping terrorists by any means necessary in Splinter Cell: Blacklist. Unless it includes torture. That's a no-no in that game.
Ubisoft knows that quite a few fans are worried about the direction that Splinter Cell: Blacklist is taking the franchise into, but they're confident that the final result will be less explosions, more stealth and action orientated. And less kneejerk reactions.