Posts Tagged ‘Splinter Cell’

From NGamer, there has been revealed the review scores for games for the Nintendo 3DS.

See how they rate below:

Steel Diver – 70%
Ghost Recon Shadow Wars – 84%
Super Monkey Ball 3D 60%
Ridge Racer 3D – 86%
Asphalt 3D – 30%
LEGO Star Wars III : The Clone Wars – 64%
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 3D – 85%
Rayman 3D – 58%
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell 3D – 48%
Samurai Warriors Chronicles – 79%
Professor Layton and the Mask of Miracle – 85%

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Fabrice Cuny, the producer of Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory for the Nintendo 3DS, answered some questions from GameSpot UK about the game.

Here’s a excerpt from the interview:

GSUK: Can you tell us about what Splinter Cell 3DS will offer longtime fans of the series?

FC: SC3D offers a true Splinter Cell experience with all the possibilities to experiment with different ways of playing, from the classic light-and-shadow gameplay combined with the use of all the gadgets to distract or eliminate enemies silently to a more offensive gameplay using weapons Sam acquires during his missions. We also made ​​changes to enhance the experience. For example, we have a brand new mode of vision, thanks to the Fusion Goggles, but I won’t spoil it for you…and 3D texts inspired by the Conviction art style that guide the player through his journey and important narrative moments.

GSUK: Other than 3D graphics, does Splinter Cell 3DS use any of the handheld’s other features, such as its cameras or gyroscope?

FC: Other than 3D graphics–available almost everywhere in our game, even in the loading screen–we wanted to use the gyroscope. We thought that the best solution for the game would be to combine it with the optic cable gameplay, and the experience is great. Being able to tilt and yaw the console in order to study the next room for possible encounters is really immersive.

Also, the 3DS kept the touch screen, which is a great addition for our Splinter Cell. We’ve designed the touch screen so the player will control everything related to the tactics and the preparation of the action. Thanks to his thumbs, the player is able to select his weaponry and gadgets. The design of the touch screen was a very interesting challenge, and I think that the team has done a great job with it. I’m convinced that this interface will make the game intuitive and easy to play.

GSUK: Did you find it hard to make a compelling 3D experience knowing that the game still had to be good with the 3D turned off?

FC: 3D games are challenging for this reason, so we stuck to the following creative direction, which was “make the experience enhanced, whether the 3D slider is turned on or off.” Then, the core of the game is a classic Splinter Cell game, but with the 3D on, you have more depth while aiming, you have enhanced grenade aiming, you have more fun exploring the world.

GSUK: Where to next for Sam Fisher and the Splinter Cell series?

FC: I can’t tell you anything for now, but watch your back.

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IGN answers some very interesting questions about Ubisoft’s Splinter Cell 3D for the Nintendo 3DS.

Here are some of the details about this much anticipated title:

  • same story as Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory
  • Sam Fisher’s task is to prevent WWIII
  • entire game is in 3D, including maps and loading screens
  • Slide Pad and Touch Screen used to easily switch and equip weapons
  • enhancements include smoke and gas grenades, fusion goggle, wall mines, and more
  • no multiplayer capability
  • expected availability: April 2011

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This first trailer for Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell 3D for the Nintendo 3DS shows us some amazing graphics.



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Four of Ubisoft’s 3DS games, Rayman 3D, Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars 3D, Splinter Cell 3D and Asphalt 3D, will be released on March 25, the Nintendo 3DS’s date of launch.

Rabbids 3D and Combat of Giants: Dinosaurs 3D will follow on April 1.


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Check out the Japanese boxart and some screenshots from the new Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell 3D  for the Nintendo 3DS. It looks like in Japan, the covers for mature games will display the 3DS logo on a black background.



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Splinter Cell for Nintendo 3DS


MCV is reporting that Nintendo will be holding an event in Amsterdam on January 19, 2011. Rumors have it that we will learn more about the 3DS launch date, price details, and the launch titles at the event. A list of the contenders include:

Kid Icarus
Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Mario Kart
Nintendogs/Cats
PilotWings
Star Fox
Driver
Metal Gear Solid
Resident Evil
Carnival Games
Splinter Cell
Assassin’s Creed
Ghost Recon

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