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Splinter Cell Trilogy HD patch adds inverted aim

Ubisoft sneaks in missing control scheme.

Ubisoft's PS3 Splinter Cell Trilogy HD has been patched to add inverted aim support.

Fans of the backwards control scheme spoke out after finding Ubisoft had failed to cater for their choice of y-axis alignment.

The Sam Fisher-price collection contains last-gen classics Splinter Cell, Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow and Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, and was released in September to a lukewarm reception.

Inverted aim was not the only feature missing - Pandora Tomorrow and Choas Theory's multiplayer modes were also axed.

"It should be much better, though - and that's why it's hard to recommend it as strongly as the games themselves deserve," Chris Donlan wrote in Eurogamer's 7/10 Splinter Cell Trilogy HD review, while Digital Foundry had plenty to say on the game's graphical capabilities.