Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction
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A Decent Game, But Emphasizes Action Over Stealth
1 August 2015
Summary: "Splinter Cell: Conviction," developed and published by Ubisoft, marks the first true 7th - generation debut of the series. Everything about the game, from the production quality to the slickness and ease of the controls, is truly exemplary and thrilling.
Summary: I have been a huge fan of the Splinter Cell series, and I, unfortunately, never played this one, and skipped right over to Blacklist, of which I currently own. I was expecting the same controls as blacklist, for some reason, but that expectancy was quickly abolished when I was going through the...
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...
Summary: Wasn't on the PS3... Luckily I had put down some money on a Gears 360.... Actually came in handy .... Didn't like the BS about splinter cell being an XBox only franchise tho... But ... Whatever. Good game nevertheless .
Summary: This game was really fun. I like the action combined with stealth. There could have been more stealth but the game saved itself by adding the gun customizing. Its not as much customization as I would like but it is fun too max out all my guns.
Summary: This is my first game in the Tom Clancy series, let alone Splinter Cell. That being said, I have played games that were either stealth, or had an element of stealth (Deus Ex HR, Metal Gear, Assassin's Creed). This game is fun. The story is interesting, and the gameplay is great.
Different but still a very entertaining splinter cell game
El Loro del Fuego, Amazon
18 December 2011
Summary: I recently completed the singleplayer campaign to Conviction. This is the most unique splinter cell of them all. It's unique mainly in that this one takes all the protocol that restricted Fisher in past games and throws it out the window.
Summary: Now i never understood how people wrote such long reviews about games, so im gonna try and keep mine short. For those of you who cant fathom spending $5o for a new game im with you. im a huge fan of the splinter cell series, ever since the first one. I still own all of them on the original xbox.