Reviews and Problems with Splinter Cell Conviction
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a fun way to lose track of time
TheMightySpacePope , GameStop
26 February 2014
Summary: Overall the game is great, the controls are annoying to get used to especially if your a cod or halo gamer. the campaign is enjoyable while the co-op experience has much to be desired. I'll recommend this to casual and hardcore gamers although young children should stay away because the language can get rather nasty. I truly enjoyed this game and i hope you will to.
Summary: This game was extremely addicting. The story line really helps you get super into the game. The only disappointment I had was the fact that you cannot pick up and hide bodies after you have "knocked them out". The multiplayer games were also fun; however EXTREMELY LAGGY! Overall a Great Game!
Summary: This game is perfect for stealth gamers. I prefer conviction over double agent because you had to have the exact same guns every time. This game has a little bit of a selection now. You can go to a weapon stash and you can get guns that you picked up or was standard from the levels. I really liked the storyline because I have never played a game like it before.
Summary: This game reminds me of a awesome movie I felt like I was playing an actor in a action flick great job by ubisoft. I know this game is old now but still a great buy and plus for 10 bucks its a great economical addition to the collection.
Summary: Splinter cell is a good game. some of the games are good and bad. i have played numerous of them and they are good. but Conviction is the best. the only thing i did not like was when you were in the desert. i expected they should let you drive a car. the weapons were really good because you can upgrade once you have the amount of points. i cant wait for the new one coming out Blackist.
Summary: I have gone through the campaign for this game three times...each time trying to dispose of the enemies in a different manner. I love this game. It shouldn't be a Splinter Cell game...It should be it's own game. I wish they made it for the PS3.
Splinter Cell: Conviction Review: This isn't your father's Splinter Cell
Andrew Marcos, Game Informer
4 March 2013
Summary: The Splinter Cell series has always focused on methodical stealth; sticking to the shadows, hiding bodies, subduing enemies non-lethally, etc. With Splinter Cell: Conviction, the gameplay is a far cry from its slower paced roots, and almost as unrecognizable as its anti-hero protagonist, Sam Fisher (who seems to suffer from constant rewrites in his personality throughout his career as a spy).
Summary: This game has excellent graphics and sound. From the looks of it a lot of people really loved this game. However, I've seen it before and with this game I'm seeing it again: The older, original Splinter Cell games for the original Xbox were much funner and more challenging. Once again, they've dumbed down the skill level for this game to make it more "playable" for more casual gamers. Drives me nuts.
Summary: i played this game multiple times and i have always loved the splintercell games except pandora tomorrow. this game shows what not only an secret nsa agent, but a father will do to save the things that matter most.
Summary: THE GREATEST STEALTH-ACTION GAME AND SERIES EVER MADE GETS BETTER BECAUSE IT'S SPLINTER CELL. SPLINTER CELL HAS ALWAYS REVOLUTIONIZED AND REDEFINED THE STEALTH-ACTION GENRE. UNLIKE THE INFERIOR-METAL-GEAR-SOLID SERIES IT HAS ALWAYS MADE A GIGANTIC LEAP IN SOUND VISION AND VISUALS AND IT CONTINUES HERE.SPLINTER CELL CONVICTION DARED TO BE BETTER AND IT SUCCEDED AT EVERY LEVEL TECHNOLOGICALLY AND HUMANLY POSSIBLE. IMMEDIATELY GET SPLINTER CELL BLACKLIST WHEN RELEASED.