Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction
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Realm of Gaming
27 April 2011
Excerpt: The creators of Splinter Cell: Conviction, Ubisoft, are known for their inventive titles, polished game play, emotional storylines and their courage to try something new. With Conviction, Ubisoft has laid out many features to turn the Splinter Cell series from a stealth-action title to a movie...
Excerpt: Are you scared of the dark? Does the thought of dangers, hiding in shadows unseen, frighten you? We fear the dark because there may be something, or someone, hiding within, waiting for a chance to destroy us. We fear the dark because it is not in our nature to be at home there.
Pros: Engaging story; great pacing; outstanding action; innovative stealth system
Excerpt: I’m seeing a pattern here with the Splinter Cell series. The odd-numbered installments are noticeably better than the even-numbered installments. Case in point: The first Splinter Cell re-defined the espionage genre.
Conclusion: Sam Fisher is back with a vengeance then, leaner and meaner than ever before. Splinter Cell: Conviction, like Fisher is also rather lean in terms of narrative-based content, but there's more than enough going on in multiplayer to make SCC well worth the asking price. And we say that with conviction.
Excerpt: I've played a ton of the Splinter Cell titles, so it's no surprise that I was psyched for the release of Splinter Cell Conviction, the fifth game in the series. And while I'm not disappointed at all, I'm extremely surprised at the direction this title took.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Latest Videos GAMES 09: Splinter Cell: Conviction video Admittedly, I was never a fan of the series. After growing up beating great stealth games such as Metal Gear Solid and Syphon Filter, every other new stealth game was just trying to imitate them instead of being...
Conclusion: Splinter Cell Conviction may still demand patient planning but when a well-conceived scenario pays off and the air fills with the cries of frightened soldiers, the sense of empowerment becomes palpable – indeed outright addictive.
Summary: Right off the bat, Splinter Cell: Conviction hits a level of intrigue often reserved for the climax of a spy thriller. An arresting sense of urgency surrounds every stealth kill Sam Fisher performs, and each level tests your reaction speed and split-second tactical skills.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction (X360) - Review
2 May 2010
Excerpt: After what seems like an age since those original screenshots were first unveiled, Splinter Cell: Conviction is finally here and it looks almost unrecognisable. Indeed, if the path taken in Conviction is anything to go by, the series itself has now undergone a complete overhaul.
Excerpt: Splinter Cell: Conviction is a game with a rather troubled development, having gone through several iterations before reaching us in its present form. Some may see the significant changes between versions, along with the radical …