The lights are on
Using both the GamePad's touchscreen as well as its motion controls, playing Splinter Cell Blacklist on the Wii U gives gamers unique control of Sam Fisher's OpSat.
The new trailer for the Wii U version of the game shows off the GamePad's features, which let you mark and kill multiple targets, change your weapons, pilot drones, use the sticky cam, and more.
Splinter Cell Blacklist for the Wii U comes out on August 20. For another look at the game, check out more footage of it in action.
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That was actually pretty cool how they used the gamepad like that. Hopefully there's even more interesting features to have been had in this game.