IMG Reviews Splinter Cell Conviction
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment
Inside Mac Games has posted a new review of Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction. In the game Sam Fisher once again takes center stage, this time on a personal mission to uncover the truth behind his daughter's death.
Here's an excerpt from the review:
While previous Splinter Cell games have very much been about restraint, Conviction unleashes the beast. There isn't even an option to knock out enemies, only kill them. And kill them Sam does, with an almost casual brutality. With his hands, from the shadows, from above, and with a wide variety of guns and gadgets. You are the hunter in this game, and all are your prey. Some of the characters even refer to you as "Panther." Stealth still plays a very large role, but it's more stealth-action and it's not much of an issue if you are detected. Unlike previous Splinter Cell games where missions would often fail if you were detected, here your enemies get a "Last Known Position" which appears as a ghost of Sam, and they converge and fire upon it. This leads to a lot of cat-and-mouse gameplay should you be seen, and it's great fun. Enemies will offer all kinds of verbal abuse and bravado once you've been spotted, and it's quite entertaining to pick them off one by one.Read the full review at the link below.
IMG Review: Splinter Cell Conviction
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