"Splinter Cell Conviction on the PC is the definitive version of Ubi's reborn franchise." - strategyinformer.com
Deluxe Edition Bonus Items:
Infiltration Mode Eliminate all hostiles in the mission area without being detected
Shadow Armour Shadow Armour
SC3000 The staple assault rifle on the Splinter Cells, the SC3000 offers strong, accurate gunfire with minimal recoil.
SMG-2 The SMG-2 offers great power in the form of a highly accurate, powerful one-handed machine pistol.
MP5 A silenced sub-machine gun, the MP-5 is an ideal choice for high accuracy, moderate damage and silence.
Includes 24 track Soundtrack !
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.
Uniting revolutionary gameplay enhancements with a high-octane, no-holds-barred storyline, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction arms you to the teeth with all the high-tech weaponry and lethal skills of an elite operative and invites you to enter a dangerous world where justice means making your own rules.
NEW LEVEL OF ACTION FOR SPLINTER CELL - A full arsenal of cutting-edge innovations allows you to outflank foes with the Last Known Position™ system, tag and eliminate enemies using the Mark and Execute™ feature, and much more.
BLOCKBUSTER EXPERIENCE - A unique storytelling style keeps you on the edge of your seat as you navigate the explosive world of a renegade agent where trust is impossible and justice requires you to go above the law.
JAW DROPPING VISUALS - A revolutionary new graphic direction delivers an utterly seamless gameplay experience that’ll keep you totally engrossed in the story of Sam Fisher.
EXPLOSIVE ONLINE PLAY - Brand-new addictive multiplayer modes amp up the dramatic intensity like never before.
*Supported Video Cards at Time of Release: NVIDIA GeForce 7800 / 7900 / 8 / 9 / GTX series ATI RADEON X1800 / X1900 / HD 2000 / HD 4000 / HD 5000 series ATI HD 3000 NOT supported at time of release. Laptop versions of these cards may work but are NOT supported. These chipsets are the only ones that will run this game.
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I still remember first reveal of this game. It looked and sounded really awesome and incredible. It could've changed and shake foundations of stealth games and the story sounded awesome. Sadly, first pitch of the game turned into other big franchise, which is nowadays known as Assassin's Creed, and after many years of silence and troubled development, we got pretty weak stealth game with some nice action. If you except something like Chaos Theory, you will absolutely hate it, because it is completely different. With mark and execute feature, it's clear action is the main emphasis of this game. While there is some stealth, now it is not as complex as it was in previous entires, or even simple as in Double Agent, it is even more simplified - now screen goes black and white when you're invisible and colorful when you're visible, that's it. Complexity of stealth is gone. While there are some stealth elements to it, it is sadly not as fun as it previously was. It's nice game, but sadly not good splinter cell game. Metal Gear Solid 5 showed how to make game like this and make it actually great and good balance between action and stealth. First build was much better sounding idea and it's a shame we won't play it as splinter cell franchise. There is still action oriented AC, but it's not the same, though. Curious piece of history, but that's about it.
I personally had not played any game of this saga before, but on the contrary knew of deal, and that they were very secretive. Now to say that this game I liked a lot, since it has an interesting history, good graphics, good gameplay (I emphasize the Last Known Position system and the Mark and Execute), great variety of missions (as much of stealth that are the majority, as The ones to go in Rambo plan that are the last). Personally, if you leave aside the previous Splinter Cell and open the mind to other gaming systems, I highly recommend this game. However if you love the saga Splinter Cell and you are a fanatic of the stealth, I advise you more the Blacklist, as it offers you will offer you more opportunities and a better gaming experience.
Story-wise this is the perfect conclusion for me. Sam finds out that that Spiler isn't actually spoiler, and the same time, spoiler is spoilered him, so he must seek the help of spoiler, to spoil spoilers plans, before they could spoil the spoiler! Yeah, kinda hard, to talk about the story, but that aspect of the game was in my opinion pretty good. There are problems though. This is supposed to be a stealth game, yet, you can pretty much play rambo for the whole game, and in one level, you are required to, when you shoot thing in...afganistan? Don't even remember. Anyway, the game is too action oriented. Seriously, you won't even get the night vision googles until the last fifth of the game. That's like if Mario only learned to jump at the seventh world! Then again, the game is so bright, you can see perfectly without them, and the googles themselves are sonars, which is kinda cool, but makes the game even easier. The coop feels way more like a Splinter Cell game. There, you actually have to rely on stealth, instead of firepower, and executions. For that, and the story i recommend this game.
El mejor juego de todos, me pase la saga completa, este es increible, buenos graficos, mejor estrategia. mas sensores y lentes de vision. Jugar en la sombra, la manera de matar a los enemigos es brutal, me gusto mucho, y la dificultad en ultra, hace que todo lo tengas que hacer impecable
Splinter Cell: Conviction is the game that changed the series forever. More fast-paced action, more close-combat. Some people might think it is less stealth-oriented, and this is true in some way. You still cannot go all gun blazing though, but this might prove itself to be a less hardcore stealth experience. All in all, the game is still good, but if you prefer a more stealth-oriented experience, you would probably be better off with Splinter Cell Chaos Theory, or Splinter Cell: Blacklist, which is a more balanced mix between the first Splinter Cell games and the new gameplay of Conviction.
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