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About the Product
- 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.
- 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.
- A revolutionary new graphic direction delivering an utterly seamless gameplay experience that'll keep you totally engrossed in the story of Sam Fisher.
- 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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Experience original game play based on improvisation where your environment becomes your weapon. You need to react to changing situations and use the environment and the crowds around you to create diversions and deter your enemies. Splinter Cell Conviction will deliver an adrenaline rush of game play with blood-pumping chase sequences, close combat and intense gun battles. To survive, build an underground network of allies who will help you obtain hi-tech gadgets and stay one step ahead of your pursuers as you struggle to unmask the forces that want you dead.
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Top Customer Reviews
This is the second game now I've found that REQUIRE a constant high-speed internet connection, just to play single player. The first I saw was Assassin's Creed II and now this one, another high-anticipated game. What in the world are these companies thinking? They don't even have servers that can handle the loads of people trying to sign on to the SINGLE PLAYER games, so you may find yourself waiting hours upon hours just to sign in. Then you'll find yourself knocked off when the server slows down too much. [...] for this?
As far as the military community (hundreds of thousands of people) are concerned - NONE of us can every play these games while deployed, TDY or just traveling around the country.
I can understand companies doing what they can to prevent copyright infringement, but this is TOO FAR. You've alienated an entire corps of people and the hatred for this type of program requirement is growing drastically among the public. It's time to wake up and release patches that will allow single player people to play these games with no internet connection at all. (that's what install ID codes are for inside boxes at install).
Wake up Steam and fellow companies that keep this internet requirement insanity.
BUT - there is a line, and this game definitely crosses it! I don't want any singleplayer game needing an internet connection on at all times! I am already a little annoyed that any single player game would require an internet connection at install....i think they aught to have some avenue (like a call in number like MS does with windows) for people to validate without the need of the internet.
So, here I am, writing one of these reviews I never thought I would pen, but I just feel it needs to be done when I see this sort of thing happening.
Unfortunately I won't be purchasing a game I would have been willing to spend 50$ on. I feel bad for the actual game developers to have their art so significantly diminished by this :(
2) Saved games are saving in some server and not in your PC.
Yes, you don't own your saved games anymore.
This seems a big joke, but it's true.
P.S. I guess the new DRM Scheme they are using is the reason why we are paying $60 for this game instead of $50. That reason being that they have to pay for the server forcing us to be connected to even play this game. NICE RIPOFF!
Regardless how fun the game might be, this kind of 'DRM' makes activations look good, and I won't even buy a game that requires Steam. Don't buy this game and better yet, don't buy anything from UBISOFT until they dump this stupid DRM. I would almost rather have Starforce again than put up with this!
-You must have your system connected to the internet at all times
-Your saved games are managed by the DRM system...meaning if you lose your connection for even a second, you lose ALL PROGRESS since your last save
-If Ubisoft's authentication server ever goes down, EVERYONE playing their games is immediately dropped, losing all progress since the last save and remaining unable to play until the servers go back. They've been down several times already since the system started...sometimes for hours
This system has been around in Ubisoft titles for the past few months; Splinter Cell: Conviction is no exception, meaning customers have plenty of experiences with it and they are SO BAD that it isn't even worth discussing the game trapped in its clutches. Of course, this system has ALREADY failed; the pirates have found a way around it. That means this is one more DRM system PUNISHING honest customers who bought their games, and rewarding the pirates who get the games for free with a crack eliminating the DRM...meaning they are having a better experience than paying customers, because they don't have to deal with the "always online" hassle. Sometime explain to me how that makes sense?! I'm not encouraging piracy, of course...just pointing out what a jagged pill it is for us to swallow, and at some point, we have to draw a line.
DON'T SUPPORT this DRM. Send a message to Ubisoft and ALL publishers who would consider a similar approach: we expect you, the publisher, to assume your paying customers are HONEST people.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Game arrived on time and in perfect condition. No complaints or issues.
As for the game itself, I was disappointed by the cliche story, unsatisfying gameplay, and overall lack... Read more
The game does not work on a PC from 2010. I'm working with Ubisoft to see if we can get it to work, but the troubleshooting steps they are having me do are extreme.Published 14 months ago by Benjamin Jones