Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction
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29 April 2010
Summary: Sam Fisher is mad--and after playing the PC version of Splinter Cell: Conviction, you might feel a little cranky too. Conviction tells Sam's conspiracy-driven story in a brilliant way, and its slick execution moves are fun to perform, particularly in the game's cooperative mode. Unfortunately, these sharp strengths are dulled by a number of issues that will have PC players feeling like second-class citizens.
Pros: Executions look really slick, Superb storytelling gets you into Sam's head, Great soundtrack keeps you immersed, Cooperative play can be fun
Cons: Campaign is short and easy, No voice or text chat in co-op play, Bugs, glitches, and connection issues, Stealth options are stripped compared to previous games, Interrogations are a missed opportunity