Ubisoft continue their strong support of the Wii by adding another title to the launch. That title is Splinter Cell: Double Agent. The game will feature the series hero Sam Fisher and all the usual stealth antics.
The game is still in development and Ubisoft Montreal were unwilling to say much about the control system. They did however give one example where the Wiimote is shaken back and forth to control Sam's hand when picking locks. Keep tabs on the Splinter Cell: Double Agent page for updates, 5 screenshots are already in place.
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I wonder if Ninty will create an updated, stronger circle pad? Kind of like when they gave out gloves for people with ... Super Smash Bros. is Giving Some 3DS Owners a Headache
Joe Larrey said:
I'm sure this feature is going to be huge success, and that Nintendo will start implanting it in their other games. ... Rumor: Linking Super Smash Bros. Versions Will Unlock New Characters
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