1. Splinter Cell: Blacklist
Unlike Metal Gear Solid V which managed to get a great response on Franchise reputation after losing the voice of their main character, Michael Ironside the voice of Sam Fisher totally bury the game in everyone’s mind after just couple of average Splinter Cell games.
Splinter Cell: Blacklist has expertly designed variety of global missions, reminiscent of Mission Impossible Movies, replayability with encouraging experimentation, amazing graphics and stunning environment settings. The public loved the newcomer Eric Johnson as iconic 3 light goggles in one of the best and finest stealth game ever.
You can choose your own play-style such as you can take down enemies with head on attack or you can eliminate your enemies one by one. You can also charge up and perform a chain kill move to wipe out group of enemies in one single smooth motion.
The gameplay here in the Splinter Cell: Blacklist is more slicker and smooth than any previous games, you have more gadgets and other infiltration options, you have greater kill possibilities and opportunities and the game is built on Chaos Theory. When all these elements comes together, Splinter Cell: Blacklist is far beyond the reach of any other game in this genre.
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