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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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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
Top customer reviews
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.
I'm so glad I picked up this game again because playing through it a second time and exploring the other game modes make me wish I never got rid of it! Splinter Cell Conviction is an amazing game. The combination of stealth and action was perfectly blended in the gameplay and made it a blast to play through. Deniable Ops is fun to play repeatedly and with the Insurgency DLC out makes for hours of fun.
The collectors edition was a great package overall, the Fifth Freedom art book was a nice touch and was nostalgic for me to look back on the old splinter cell games from the first xbox. I was disappointed in the USB credit card being defective. But however after a brief google search I found the content was on the [...]website. The steel book looks great with the iconic night vision goggles in bullet holes on the cover. I am glad a re purchased Splinter Cell Conviction and am looking at buying more collectors editions for older games here on amazon.
One of the major selling points to Conviction is the co-op campaign. It's not a watered down "campaign" that only consists of 2-3 very short missions, like you get with most games. The co-op campaign is fully realized and the story directly ties into the single player campaign, acting as a prequel to the single. The same rules apply in co-op. Fully customizable weapons and loadouts, hand-to-hand kills, vicious dual execute scenarios and a very engaging storyline. Just like the single player campaign, there are missions where you want to be as stealthy as possible and there are missions where you are shooting as fast as you possibly can to save your life. Any way you play it, Splinter Cell: Conviction(tm) is a can't miss game. Now I'm just waiting for Splinter Cell 6, and there has to be a #6, trust me.
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The storyline is a lot better even though it is still ridiculous and not believable.Read more