Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction for Xbox 360
Xbox 360

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction

Apr 13, 2010

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

The adventures of Sam Fisher continue in the fifth entry of the stealth-based series. In this game, all of the rules have changed, as the storyline takes a dramatic turn that will reinvent the Splinter Cell franchise forever. Fisher can no longer rely on his trusted bag of tools and iconic goggles.An investigation into his daughter's death unwittingly leads former agent Sam Fisher to discover he’s been betrayed by his prior agency, the Third Echelon. Now a renegade, Fisher finds himself in a race against time to thwart a deadly terrorist plot that threatens millions.

Critic Reviews

22 Reviews
8.32
Andrew ReinerApr 13, 2010
Splinter Cell: Conviction isn’t the series’ high point, but it does get the franchise back on track. Fans who have been at Sam’s side since day one should walk away with a sense of closure and optimism for future installments. At the same time, this is a great jumping-on point for newcomers. The fiction includes all the relevant plot points of the series’ past without the Tom Clancy techno-babble that bogged down previous entries.
Jonathan MarxApr 13, 2010
Splinter Cell: Conviction may not be what the series' following expected, but it's definitely a great game that's worth any Microsoft gamer's time. Whether it's worth your money or not depends on what you're looking to get out of it. Paying $60 just for the single-player campaign might not merit a purchase, but getting all the in-game challenge awards, unlocking the U-play rewards, upgrading all your weapons, enhancing your multiplayer agent, and teaming up with buddies to take out baddies rounds out the package nicely, giving it my seal of approval!
Jeff GerstmannApr 13, 2010
Splinter Cell: Conviction is the most accessible Splinter Cell game yet. It gives you the firepower to shoot your way out of your mistakes, but also makes the stealth side of things fun, rewarding, and significantly easier than just attempting to run around and shoot. Its only serious issue is that it doesn't feel especially substantial or replayable. The multiplayer is a nice touch, but most players will probably see all of the content once and find little reason to return.

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