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Road to the Knockouts Promo Coming this Friday

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Splinter Cell Conviction PC Review

  POSTED April 30 |   VIEWS 9942

Bugs, connection issues, and other basic flaws dampen Conviction's great storytelling and violent executions..Click on Read More to check out The Good, The Bad and the critic scores

  • Executions look really slick  
  • Superb storytelling gets you into Sam's head  
  • Great soundtrack keeps you immersed  
  • Cooperative play can be fun.


  • Campaign is short and easy  
  • No voice or text chat in co-op play  
  • Bugs, glitches, and connection issues  
  • Stealth options are stripped compared to previous games  
  • Interrogations are a missed opportunity.


6.5

 

 

It's a shame that the PC version of Splinter Cell: Conviction doesn't deliver on its potential. Stellar storytelling and slick executions lead to some enjoyment, but other facets of the game come across as careless. Co-op play without player communication; uneven performance; copy protection that leads to noticeable in-game frustrations--these and other elements distract from what should have been a great game. That it retails for $10 more than a typical PC release makes these flaws seem even more egregious. The issues won't make you as angry as Sam Fisher, but they will make you wish that this version of Conviction had been given the loving care it deserved.


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