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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction CE

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Mature
4.3 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews

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  • A unique co-op mode known as "Prologue" featuring an exclusive story mode full of new characters, settings, four exclusive maps and more. It is only available within Conviction's Co-op mode.
  • Collector's Edition bonus items including: exclusive digital media via a collectable USB drive, a hardbound art book, 2 exclusive in-game items, collectable decals, a digital comic book and metal hard case.
  • A full arsenal of cutting-edge technologies like the Last Known Position system, that allows you to outflank foes and set traps, and the Mark and Execute feature that allows you to tag enemies and environments for elimination.
  • A unique storytelling style that 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.
  • Xbox LIVE support made up of addictive multiplayer modes, content downloads, messaging and voice support and more designed to amp up the dramatic intensity like never before.
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Product Description

Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Limited

Product Description

Splinter Cell: Conviction introduces a number of new gameplay features to the series. One of which is the "Mark and Execute" feature, which allows the player to mark specific targets, such as enemies or objects, and shoot them when they burst through a door or window. The player can choose to prioritize these targets, so that, for example, he could distract one guard by shooting out a light in his vicinity and then take out another guard. Another new feature is the "Last Known Position", which occurs when the player breaks the line of sight of an alerted guard. This creates a visual silhouette of where the guard thinks Sam is, allowing the player to strategically flank his enemies. Main target subjects can use the player's abilities against them. The player can be taken hostage by the subject. If this happens in co-op mode, the hostage's partner can neutralize the subject by any means necessary, possibly even by lethal means.

Other new features include the ability to interrogate characters in real-time and use objects in the surrounding environment against them. A crowd mechanic has been introduced, allowing Sam to vanish within a crowd if under pursuit. The environment is also used to project mission objectives and key plot points onto walls in order to keep the player immersed in the gameplay during the narrative.

Splinter Cell: Conviction takes place roughly two years after the events of Splinter Cell: Double Agent. Sam Fisher has gone rogue from Third Echelon after discovering that the death of his daughter, Sarah, was not an accident. However, Third Echelon, now overly bureaucratic and bound in red tape, is in pursuit of Sam. Sam must use all the help he can get, including former Third Echelon colleague Anna Grimsd tt r, and Sam's friend, Victor Coste, in order to discover the truth behind the death of his daughter. Sam begins with going after his daughter's killer, but he finds himself trying t

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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction is the fifth installment in the wildly popular Splinter Cell series. A stealth-action combat game centered around the continuing adventures of black ops agent Sam Fisher, Splinter Cell: Conviction picks up where the storyline of the earlier Splinter Cell: Double Agent left off. Packed with a mix of an engaging storytelling, classic Splinter Cell stealth-action, unique co-op gameplay and new gameplay mechanisms for use in both single player and multiplayer modes, it is a worthy addition Splinter Cell catalog of games. This unique Collector's Edition, exclusive to the Xbox 360 platform, includes the game, manual and a wealth of bonus items. See the complete list of these items below.

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Sam Fisher from Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction
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Co-op stealth gameplay from Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction
Unique co-op gameplay and campaign.
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Mark and Eliminate functionality screen from Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction
Jaw dropping visuals.
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Last Known Position combat functionality in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction
All-new combat functionality.
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Sam making a stealth window kill in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction
Stealth action at its best.
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Story
A few years have passed since the cliff hanger conclusion of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent, in which Agent Sam Fisher undertook a particularly dirty mission, full of questionable actions, in the shadow of the inexplicable and unmourned death of his daughter. Fisher is now a renegade operative digging into the events of the past and he doesn't like what he has found. His personal investigation into his daughter's death reveals that he's been betrayed by his former agency, the Third Echelon. The agency responds by pursuing him, but as he works to elude them he becomes aware of a deadly terrorist plot that threatens millions. He is uniquely positioned and prepared to act against this, but success is doubtful without the help of former friends from the Third Echelon team, resulting in a series of life and death situations for himself and the country where trust can by no means be assumed.

Gameplay
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction, as with all games in the Splinter Cell series, is a tactical stealth-action game. In single player modes players take on the role of Sam Fisher and engage in a series of missions utilizing high-tech weaponry, gadgets, lethal hand-to-hand combat and interrogation skills. Overall objectives and the necessary steps to achieve them are challenging, yet always clear via dual verbal and visual expression that seamlessly alerts players as they progress through missions. In addition, Conviction enhances the world of stealth combat that has made the Splinter Cell franchise a runaway hit for years through a series of revolutionary new gameplay features. These include:

  • Mark and Execute - A gameplay mechanism for eliminating several enemies at once, Mark and Execute allows players to "Mark" multiple enemies, or points in the surrounding environment for termination in batches. Once this is done, a close-combat kill is required, after which the player can activate the "Execute" portion of the mechanism to dispose of all enemies in a cinematic manner. A limited amount of Mark functionality is attached to players' weapons, so this ability must be used wisely.
  • Last Known Position - Last Known Position is a visual representation of where the game's AI assumes you are, based on where you were last sighted. This provides players with a wide array of options, including setting traps for enemies, flanking maneuvers or simply disappearing while you are thought to be elsewhere.
  • Experience System - Successful completion of objectives via the Persistent Elite Creation System earns players rewards in the form of experience points. These can be used to upgrade weapons and gadgets that will allow for cleaner, quieter and more deadly attacks.
Co-op Story Mode
Prologue, the co-op story mode included in Splinter Cell: Conviction is available either in split-screen local play or via Xbox LIVE. Prologue offers an exclusive prequel campaign to that found in single player mode and features new characters and settings, three difficulty settings, three sub game modes and four maps. Designed to stand apart from, as well as supplement the single player campaign, gameplay mechanics available within it include shareable Mark and Execute target points and Last Known Position, as well as teammate revival functionality via a portable defibrillator, the ability to work with a teammate to eliminate enemies who have captured you, and more.

Key Game Features

  • A New Level of Splinter Cell Action - A full arsenal of cutting-edge innovations allow 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 Xbox LIVE Play - Addictive multiplayer modes, content downloads, messaging and voice support and more amp up the dramatic intensity like never before.
  • An Exclusive Co-op Story Mode - "Prologue" is an exclusive story mode featuring new characters, settings, four exclusive maps and more. It is only available within Conviction's Co-op mode.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction Collector's Edition Bonus Items Include:

Contents of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction Collector's Edition for Xbox 360
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  • Custom USB Drive - Compatible with Xbox 360, the drive contains exclusive media including: ‘making of’ video, wallpaper, concept art, storyboards and more.
  • "Fifth Freedom: The Art of Splinter Cell" - A hardbound Prima book of Splinter Cell art, including all games in the series and in-depth commentary and notes.
  • Exclusive in-game Items - The MP5-SD3 submachine gun and an exclusive 3rd Echelon outfit.
  • Collectable Decals - Exclusive Collector’s Edition decals include: 3rd Echelon logo decal and the Bullet Hole decal.
  • "Digging in the Ashes" Comic Book - Digital comic book detailing the sequence of events preceding Splinter Cell Conviction.
  • Steelbook DVD Case - Case with embossed metallic etching and iconic bullet hole imagery.

Product Details

Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Limited
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002I0H9JA
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 6 x 12 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 13, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,310 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Limited Verified Purchase
SC Conviction is a nice game, the graphics are terrific, the playability is different from any predecessor Splinter Cell games. You spend more time on combat than stealth mode, that no was a problem for me because I like the both styles.

I didn't play the multiplayer because nobody on my list has the game yet, So I can't talk about it.

My sad part, is that I already have the $69.99 price on CE since I put my pre-order on last Black Friday, so the Ubisoft discount was not a big deal for me.

My USB unfortunately arrived defective, if you want get that game, just go for the standard version, I think the additional content will be open for everybody at [...].

Standard Version is the best choice! The game still sweet, is very well designed, the Sam is a bad guy and I like it, I hope the multiplayer will be good, if you will buy only for single player, you will fell your money a little bit worthless, because the campaign is very short, so is better you wait price drops.

Sorry my English, I Live in Brazil :)
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Conviction is a great title. The gameplay does a great job of balancing the ability to take things more combat focused. It will still rampant things up more but it won't be instantly game over (minus one area) but the inclusion of mark and execute forces you at times to want to stay stealthy. Mark and Execute is like targeting enemies in Rainbow Six: Vegas but in this case you pull the moves off which makes for a fast paced Jason Bourne still cinematic as you do it. It looks incredibly cool. TO get mark and execute you have to take out enemies secretly.

Beyond that, the graphics are good and the soundtrack does a great job of pumping up certain moments. The game though is a bit short but the story is pretty cool and the narrative is well spoken with great voice overs. Now the single player game is short but there is other modes as well and co-op is a great addition that allows you to tackle a whole different story without Sam Fisher. You will both have to work together to sneak around and do the same as you do in the single player game (of course with different objectives).

As you progress you will gain, points as you take out enemies in certain ways and by doing other things. This allows you to upgrade many of the available weapons, special gadgets, and even your costumes (used in certain modes). It is a great game. I have had issues with co-op at times but you can end with a good connection. Its that when you disconnect, you lose all your progress from the checkpoint so will have to start over.

Fans of Splinter Cell games should enjoy this games and people who don't like Splinter Cell should find this game a welcome change for the series. It does little nice things by displaying the objective within the environment, has a new ability to use a shadow image of yourself that signals where the enemy has last seen you against themselves, and there is a cool little interrogation you can do in the game. I recommend this game.
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Let me explain... I love Splinter Cell. I love the "Stealth, Espionage"... and most of all... I love the character Sam Fisher. Though this game was limited in actual "Stealth, and Espionage"... the story did not call for it. The story (which was great) was fast paced, and Sam was as lethal (out of the shadows) as we have seen him yet. Also something noteworthy this is the last true Michael Ironside "Sam Fisher" performance. And I will miss him as Sam Fisher... to me... Michael Ironside..... IS Sam Fisher.
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Good:

The storyline is a lot better even though it is still ridiculous and not believable.

The level designs are pretty great, and I really love the target and auto-kill skill.

I like the earning points for doing stuff, so that you can upgrade your gun feature.

I also like the new way that mission objectives are displayed.

Bad:

DO NOT BUY the the Mac or PC version regardless of any news of Ubisoft toning the DRM down a notch; it's not true. I got this game on Steam, and when I couldn't connect to Ubisoft's server for whatever reason, it would stop the game until it was able to hit Ubisoft's server again. This happened multiple times in the early levels and it is really annoying when you knew that you paid to just experience this horrible security feature that does nothing to stop the pirates. It just slows the pirates down while annoying Ubisoft's customers forever. I could be wrong but I don't think 360 or PS3 owners are affected by this.

I could not find anyone online for multiplayer games, especially for the co-op portion of the game.

Summary:

This is the best Splinter Cell in my book... ruined by DRM.
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It's finally here, a new Splinter Cell, or is it? This new game has some of the same names and faces, and even design choices of previous games, but seems to not fit the old style as much as it used to, but that's okay in many ways. While this new Splinter Cell is not quite like others, it's still good. As for the game itself, it is amazing, the gameplay is rich and fun, story interesting yet not overdone.

Needless to say, while the game by itself is amazing, it doesn't feel exactly like Splinter Cell, but in many ways that's okay, while this game could have been a remake of the Bourne game, it still plays well and is fun, and if you ever like stealth action at all, this is a must pick up for anyone.
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