Tom Clancys: Splinter Cell Blacklist, was a VERY good game in my opinion. There are not many games who can do the stealth correct. I thought that taking cover, shooting from behind cover, as well as ducking from cover to cover was very well done. You can go through the entire game without killing a single person (Other than people killed in cut scenes) this is where the stealth aspect is put into the game. Weapons such as sleeping gas, to tear gas, can immobilize enemies as you sneak past. The campaign was fairly easy, playing on 'Normal' to 'Easy'. Once you switch to 'Hardened' and 'Perfectionist', the game becomes a lot more enjoyable and challenging. For people who get aggravated easily, I would recommend thinking twice about multiplayer. As a "Newbie" there are many secrets and tricks you would not know. It would become annoying to play against the level 56s (The highest level in the game) who have played the other splinter cells, and/or already know the ropes. The community is small on PC and you get the know the regulars. Going from "Hey this person isn't that good at the game." to "Oh, this guy again, lets leave." to even "Oh this hacker again. Lets leave." I want to tell you, there are about 5 well known hackers and Ubisoft does not take action to it. The people playing multiplayer hardly ever speak on mic or chat unless helping teammates find out where "hostiles" are or to cuss at one another for being good. There is enough action in the game... maybe a little to much... I say this because playing the game will force you to; watch as a man being electrocuted before you save him, kill dogs to protect yourself, slit the throats of others and hear the blood draining out of the cuts, and much MUCH more. Overall, the gameplay and just the game itself is very well done. 4/5.