Games2C: Splinter Cell Conviction Review

Light and shadows play a key role in this latest Sam Fisher stealth adventure. You once again fill the combat boots of the one time Third Echelon operative and now disgruntled father, on a revenge mission to bring his daughter's killers to task – before they launch a devastating attack on the US capital. But this is no tired old Splinter Cell instalment. From the top down there's a vastly improved look and feel benefitting from an injection of gameplay pace that has more in common with a third person run and gun than a stop/start trial and error sneakathon.

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