USA Today: Splinter Cell: Conviction Review

The return of the famed video game secret agent in Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction represents a rebirth for the character and its franchise, mixing stealth action with a faster pace and a thrilling cooperative component.

The Splinter Cell series, which debuted in 2002, features Fisher as the top black-ops agent working with the U.S. intel firm Third Echelon. In Conviction, players find an older Sam flying solo in search of his daughter Sarah's killer. But it's not long before he becomes an agent-for-hire again to seek more information on Sarah.

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