New Splinter Cell: Blacklist video showcases takedowns

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December 1, 2012
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Ubisoft has released a new gameplay video for the upcoming stealth title, Splinter Cell: Blacklist.

This “action” video caters to the pacifists among us, those who prefer the humane approach of a choke hold or tap on the head, as opposed to a large knife to the face.

Animation director Kristjan Zadziuk talks you through it, showing off the various non-lethal take downs you can employ if young children are watching.

The Splinter Cell series has gotten a lot of press recently, with Tom Hardy (who played Bane in The Dark Knight) confirmed for the role of Sam Fisher in the film adaptation of the long-running series.

 Source: CVG

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