LATEST NEWS
FIFA 21

Leagues Upgrades are back

As we already posted a few days ago, the code included League Upgrades that have been finally revealed this Black Friday Promo. Regular upgrade or 81+ upgrades are available. Check out the requirements.

FIFA 21

+83 Double Upgrade SBC

A double 83+ Upgrade SBC has been released and it will last 24 hours. Check out the requirements.

FIFA 21

Sergio Agüero Flashback SBC

Sergio Aguero Flashback. It sounds good, but his flashback looks more like a Rule Breaker, with lower shooting stats but faster. Check out the details.

FIFA 21

Rodrygo Record Breaker Objective

A new objective is available. It´s Rodrygo Record Breaker. An 83 La Liga RW that you can get by completing objectives in Managerial Masterpiece Friendlies. Check it out.

FIFA 21

Record Breaker Items Revealed

5 new items have been released. 5 Record Breakers cards have been awarded to Mbappé, Falcao, Sancho, David Silva and Oscar. Check them out.

Splinter Cell: Conviction X360 Review

  POSTED April 13 |   VIEWS 17516

Great storytelling makes the short campaign entertaining, but it's in the fun co-op modes that this stealth/action hybrid truly shines..Check out The Good, The Bad, The Video Review and the critic scores


  • Executions are a total rush  
  • Superb storytelling gets you into Sam's head  
  • Great soundtrack keeps you immersed  
  • Cooperative play is a blast.


  • Brief campaign doesn't offer much challenge  
  • Interrogations are a missed opportunity  
  • Stealth options are stripped down compared to previous games.

8.0
9.3
9
8.9
7
A-
OTHER NEWS THAT MAY INTEREST YOU

Splinter Cell Conviction PC Review

Bugs, connection issues, and other basic flaws dampen Conviction's great storytelling and violent executions.

Splinter Cell Conviction New Trailers

Splinter Cell Conviction will release April 15th 2010 exclusively on Xbox 360 and PC. Check out these gameplay trailers.

Splinter Cell Conviction Latest Trailers

Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction is the highly anticipated sequel in the multimillion-selling Splinter Cell series. An investigation into his daughter’s death unwittingly leads former agent Sam Fisher to discover he’s been betrayed by his old employer, the Third Echelon.