Honest Gamers: Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction Review

Having spent far too long in the development cycle, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction has landed somewhere that has left a large portion of the series' fanbase more than a little worried. Sam Fisher's latest venture has him turning on the very institution that served as his home for so many years, and replaces his traditional spy garb with a dark cardigan, a satchel and a less militant haircut. He looks more like Jason Bourne than Sam Fisher, and his exploits play out accordingly. There's less focus on subtlety and more on fast-paced action through the use of a cover system, that ubiquitous defining attribute of a post-Gears of War game industry.

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