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.
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Such a great game. I've always loved this franchise but this title takes it to the next level with next gen graphics and a superb control scheme. I bought this from TheHut a while back and just writing this review is making me want to go back a play through it again. As well as a great campaign you can also play co-op with people on Xbox Live which is great fun and really gets you working as a team. I can't recommend this highly enough and at this low price there's really no reason not to give it a go. Highly recommended and definitely one for your collection ...
When Splinter Cell Conviction came out in April 2010 I tested it with my big brother. Then it just didn't work for me: shooting games can be very difficult to the people that haven't got used to playing them. However a few months later I had played other shooting games (for instance Halo: Reach) and I played Splinter Cell Conviction again. Before I had played co-op story through with my brother, I was addicted. How come? This game is not only shooting enemies all around the unbelievable, fantastic, very well created fields - you have to sneak around, be careful and cunning and last but not least plan how to play different parts of the game. It feels like you are actually a secret agent - someone who can take care of her/his (even though the character is a man, the player can be a woman) own life whatever it is. It's time to be a hero of the story...
Splinter cell conviction compared to older splinter cell games punishes you less for blowing your cover but doesn't do it as well as other stealth games. The black and white colouring system when you're hidden is very distracting and overall the game feels like a missed oppurtunity.
One of the best games i've bought. The story line is completable many times and you wouldnt get bored. Co-op is amazing and very fun stealthing around with your mates or go guns blazing and see how long you can live. This is probably thee best game from Tom Clancy's splinter cell collection. Buy it. Buy it. buy it!
Personally, I think it is a great game and is definitely the best yet. Conviction is a lot more action packed than the previous games and most people agree that this is an improvement but some gamers seem to think that the game has lost its reputation for being a stealth game. In my mind these people are wrong, in fact the co-op story has lots of stealth in it. Enough about that though, on to the stuff that everyone cares about: I think that all the multiplayer modes are excellent, I also think the game has a pretty incredible story as well as great gameplay. This game is well worth buying and amazingly cheap on this website. I'm not lying, it is a very good price on the hut.com. (This website.) This games graphics blew me away as there is so much detail and the characters look almost real. I won't give any of the story away, all I can say is that Sam is trying to find his daughters murderer. I hope you found my review helpful, Thanks for reading. Mick.
Splinter Cell conviction is the latest in the series and the story is brilliant! The game has a dark feeling towards it as the game is mainly focused on stealth - going back to the roots of the splinter cell series, however, you can take the 'guns blazing' approach, but it doesn't always pay off. The game has an excellent story line that is full of twists, but unfortunately is quite short - considering you play it on the lower difficulties. The game features a multiplayer game type, this can be played by yourself, if you wish. In my opinion the multiplayer is not great in this game, as it is mainly linear and once you have done all the game modes on the highest difficulty then there is little replay value. This game is still a must buy, it is a great addition to the splinter cell series and you will not be disappointed with the events that unfold in the story!
I have up until now purposely avoided stealth based games. I found them boring, cumbersome, complicated and just downright irritating, but after playing the demo of this game and then purchasing the full game in it's entirety I would recommend this to anyone. The actions are fluid, the controls are intuitive, marking targets for execution is done in a sexy double-tap manner and that combined with the way objectives are helpfully projected onto walls make sure that this game plays like a hollywood film. The reason I am not giving it 5 stars is because at times the story became a little bit stale and hard to follow, but I do not believe it is enough to fault the entire game. The time when this game really began to shine to me was when it was played with a friend in Co-op mode. Marking targets and the environment and coordinating strikes is a breeze and became more fun as the game progressed. I would thoroughly recommend this game to anyone, and would actively encourage people who have in the past avoided the stealth genre and Splinter Cell titles, to give it a try and pick up a controller and have a play.