Splinter Cell: Conviction Interview

Sam Fisher has been around the block once or twice in his day. It's been nearly five years since the first Splinter Cell, after all. Over the years, Ubisoft has re-worked the franchise, introducing online multiplayer, tweaking the stealth mechanics and more. But they're not done yet. With Splinter Cell: Conviction, the original Splinter Cell dev – Ubisoft Montreal – is hard at work to create the most immersive and ultimately the best game in the series yet.

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The Real Joker4193d ago

but I do not trust anyone with a beard. I have a beard and when I am in front of the mirror talking I just think to myself that this guy you cannot trust.

VirusE4193d ago

Please god ubisoft let fisher have a one year break!

Dr Pepper4193d ago

This game is on the top of my list. Not only does the single player game look innovative and intense, multiplayer sounds like it will be amazing:
"For now, we can just say that the player will play with, or against, his friends, sometimes in the middle of a civilian crowd using most of the game mechanics developed for solo experience".
Can't wait for Nov. 16th! (a likely release date)

Grown Folks Talk4193d ago

the replay value will be off the charts. i still play chaos theory quite a bit, but this one looks like it will have even longer lasting value. there are so many different ways you can approach each mission with this style of gameplay.

STICKzophrenic4193d ago

The video I saw on the Marketplace didn't impress me at all. I'm not sure how much it's progressed since then, but I wasn't impressed.

Double-Edged4193d ago

Modern day.

360 exclusive.

Stay amazed