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Sam Fisher has been working as an agent for a long time, and his age is starting to show. Seeking a normal life away from the NSA, but always being dragged back, his life has now been filled with emotions since finding out his daughter Sarah was not killed in a drunk-driving accident, but murdered. Now on his own personal mission, Fisher will stop at nothing to find out who killed his daughter. The gameplay has taken a turn in a different direction. You won’t have so many shadows to hide in. Blending in with crowds for stealth during the day, using the environment as a weapon, The story is unfolded in real-time, projected on to the environment to keep you in the game and in the action.
Using his stealth skills, the game will use his techniques learnt and a few pieces of equipment from his time as an agent, but he’ll be using a lot more brute force now with laws not being a factor to the ex-agent. You can target enemies before getting into gunfire, and fluently move your aim from each target to take down a crowded room. This game promises to be Sam Fisher’s redemption.

The Special Edition will come with a credit card-sized USB drive filled with exclusive content, a copy of the ‘Fifth Freedom: The Art of Splinter Cell’ book and comic, exclusive in-game items and collectable stickers.

Additional Info

  • Title: Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction
  • Date Release: May 2010
  • Platform: PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, PC
  • Game Genre: Action, Adventure
  • Producer: UBISOFT
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