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I Clancy clearly now.
Better Fisher out your old copies.
Splinter Cell: Blacklist producer Alexandre Parizeau is replacing her.
To work on mystery project.
Publisher slashes sales expectations after Watch Dogs delay.
Adds two missions, a crossbow, and a couple of suits.
Ubisoft Toronto's about to launch its first game with Splinter Cell Blacklist - but this is no start-up story.
But online multiplayer supported.
Also this week: Payday 2 and BioShock Infinite's Rapture DLC.
Anyone for a sewer level?
Tickets still on sale for 22nd/23rd June show.
Four mission types, 14 maps and two-player split-screen.
And right now there are no further platforms to announce.
Spies vs. Mercs comes back fitter, meaner and quite possibly better than before.
Introduces four-on-four asymmetric multiplayer.
"Splinter Cell still really is a thinking game."
Use the GamePad to peek through keyholes.
The mind goggles.
But no remote controlled aeroplane for the UK.
So says Ubisoft employees' resumes.
"I've not really heard anyone say they loved it…"
Following a shaky debut, Ubisoft Toronto reveals a lighter shade of dark with Fisher.
"This won't end like it did at the airfield!"
UPDATE: UK release date confirmed.
Does he have the conviction?
Before Ubisoft has announced it.
Hopefully it will contain fewer people standing around saying "Fisher!"
"We really need to get a demo out there."
Far Cry 3, Assassin's Creed 3 and Splinter Cell: Blacklist developers all in the house.
Seven minutes, one kill, ghost style.
Gears of War: Judgment writer calls it "disgusting bulls***."
Pre-order now to get goggles that "shine gold".
Ubisoft said to be "very involved".
Deus Ex creator concerned by gratuitous bloodshed on show at E3.
Assassin's Creed creative director: "We're reinforcing a stereotype that I don't think is actually true."
Pre-order bonuses revealed.
Michael Ironside passes the torch to Eric Johnson.
Shout at enemies via Kinect to attract attention.
Daylight shone on new Sam Fisher shooter.