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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction

Released on 16 April 2010

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Sam Fisher. Off the grid. Outside of the system. Looking for the truth.

For years, Sam Fisher has been off the grid and on his own, tracking his daughter's killer. The trail leads to the last place Sam wants to see again: Washington D.C. Now Sam must work with old friends he can no longer trust, forced to save a country that used him and threw him away. Unless he can stand against both a vast, faceless enemy and a corrupt Third Echelon, he'll never know the truth of what happened to his daughter.

Become an enemy of the state, embroiled in a conspiracy that leads all of the way back to Capitol Hill, in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction.

  • Strike from the shadows or take the fight into the open with devastating and brutal force in the relentless pursuit of the truth
  • Outflank and outsmart your enemies with the Last Known Position system
  • Mark and execute your enemies using swift and spectacular takedown moves with weapons, hand-to-hand combat or the environment

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| | See all JediSquirrel's reviews (3)

I have waited over 3 years for this game. Splinter cell has been my favourite game series since the first game stole my heart, but as the games kept coming out it was just the same game with a different story, but still kept me entertained. Double agent tried to do something different and some of it worked and some of it didnt. This is the next stage of taking the game down a different path and initial videos and gameplay looked seriously bad.

After a billion delays to this game it finally looks like a game that will be worthy to be called my favourite game series. So thank you Ubisoft for delaying this game sooo many times, I forgive you!

I ran home (in a car) when i heard that a demo was released and downloaded it straight away. The first time i played it, i wasnt impressed, and actually alittle bit disappointed. The game seemed to lack the skill that the old one required, you can now walk into a room and target 3 people, run at someone and punch them and then execute the other 3. It was only after i started using all my gadgets and got used to the new controls that i realised how amazing this game could be. I felt like i was playing an invicible hero, but still mortal, which is why i love splinter cell.

I have a minor issue in that with the increased graphics there isnt a clear indication of where the shadow ends and you often walk into the light by mistake when approaching a target. The game goes black and white when in the shadow but when the colour comes back to say you are no longer hidden it is often too late and you have been spotted. But the game feels real and this just adds to the feeling of being mortal.

Even if you hate splinter cell, download the Demo and play it! Give it afew trys as the first time you wont be able to click with the controls. Even though this is the 5th splinter cell game (6th on wiki), everything about it is new so go and download it. It doesnt cost you anything and it may well be the best game ever! (in my opinion)

 I'll miss you, Splinter Cell.

| | See all Soundbraid's reviews (1)

Dear Ninja999. In Splinter Cell games, you are not supposed to be able to run around shooting people senselessly like 95% of other games with guns in them. If you make a sound and/or get spotted, and you're outnumbered, let's be realistic. If you've got two men with guns vs one man with gun (even an advanced gun), that guy is not going to last very long. Splinter Cell has always been one of the few games that recognize that. What worries me with this latest release, is that that might be about to change.

I've played the demo. You should understand that I want for Conviction to be good, as I have always loved the series. I did not come to the demo looking for faults. I didn't know what to expect. For one thing - it is very different. Anyone who liked the previous Splinter Cell games should know that this is a little different, and anyone who didn't should know that too. I just really hope they don't take the challenge out of the game. If someone's not that good at isolating targets before taking them out or using their imagination in difficult situations, then you let them play on Easy difficulty! You don't dumb down the entire game! They'll still have tonnes of fun, all you need to do is make them a little more impervious to enemy fire. It's worked in the past!

Also I noticed that a lot of stuff is gone. The shadow system where you have an indicator on your HUD telling you how invisible you are is gone, as is the ambient noise level indicator. And if anyone remembers how you used to have full control over how fast or slow Sam would sneak using the thumbstick - you're gonna have to saw bye bye to that too.

That said, there's a lot of new stuff too. Like the cover-to-cover system and multiple-enemy executions for two very big examples - and when so much has changed you're obviously going to have to say bye bye to some things. But even so, most of your favourite tricks and toys from Convictions predecessors are present too. The beloved sticky camera is back, and Sam in his old age still remembers how to climb poles and pull unsuspecting terrorists off ledges to their doom. So really, it seems like you're getting more than you're losing.

A couple people are upset at the absence of Versus Mode, so if you're a fan of that - be warned. But there is, as always, a great co-op campaign and this one is a prologue to the single player campaign! There is also a Deniable Ops mode which has a couple of different co-op challenges.

But to summarize, I suppose it looks pretty good. I'm just sad that it feels like we're saying goodbye to the Splinter Cell I grew up on - a slow-paced, precise, tense and thrilling game where you felt ashamed if one of your targets achieved so much as a scream for help. I guess you'll still be able to do things the old-fashioned way, you just won't be rewarded for it. By all means, fan or not, go ahead and buy it - it'll be great! It's just that as a fan, I naturally want it to be as good as it can be.

 I honestly love it.

| | See all Philjb123's reviews (1)

It's a shame that we've come so far. Not just in the story but also the game play and graphics. We originally started out as the Sam Fisher we all know and love, the Splinter Cell Agent working for the NSA and ended up with Sam Fisher, a felon on the run looking to find some answers.

The game itself is fantastic, its got a whole new take on splinter cell, one many fans will be pleased with, some maybe not so pleased with.
I originally liked snooping around buildings, planting the occasional wall mine, whistling and then giggling to myself as a guard runs into the room sets off the wall mine etc etc.

It was all good fun. Conviction offers so much more than the cheap thrills of a wall mine attack, you can hang off ledges and pull people through a window, you can interrogate people using the environment (my particular favourite is throwing someone through a toilet door and having a little man on the other side of that cubicle cowering as he watches you unleash the fury of Sam Fisher.)

I honestly could play this game all day long, but I have a life so save it for the evenings instead. The story mode is gripping, I am currently beginning the Co-op mode and enjoying that, its a fantastic finish (possibly? will they make a new one?) to a series, which is a shame because its such a great game. I loved the original splinter cell and chaos theory but this is by far my favourite.

Double agent was too similar to chaos theory and way too dark, this game is dark but you can at least see what you are doing. It's no where near as tedious either, with the option to swap and upgrade weapons being for me, the biggest motivator.

I love it, its the reason I bought an xbox (despite having a playstation 3) and I haven't looked back since. For such a cheap price its well worth a look in as well.

 Very Impressive

| | See all JoshDavis91's reviews (1)

I preordered this game on the fact that spliter cell double agent was very good online and i am glad i did because the new features in this game have topped it off. The single player campaign has a great story and the new dark screen when you are hiden is great and the new mark and execute option is really helpful. The multiplayer modes are great fun me and my friend have spent countless hours already on this games multiplayer with the great co-op only additions such as dual execute and the last known position works great together as a team (also single palyer) you can both go through a story mode together or choose from some game modes such as hunter where you hunt down the enemies without getting detected (if you do more enemies come) and progress to next area and last stand where you protect an emp from waves of enemies. Another great thing about this game is the challenges you have certain challenges to complete to gain points which you spend on upgrading your weapons, armor and gadgets.

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