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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction- Xbox 360

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction- Xbox 360
alaScore 80

106 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 106 reviews of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction- Xbox 360. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. Comments about the action and graphics are generally positive. The gameplay and single player gameplay also get good views.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Splinter Cell Conviction (Xbox 360) Review

 

Sam Fisher is a firm believer in payback, so he's dishing it out in spades. Along the way, he uncovers the painful truth and one helluva conspiracy.

Like most sequels, Splinter Cell Conviction is one of those games we call “highly anticipated.” Hype is at an all-time high for the Splinter Cell franchise, meaning Conviction is an entry point into the series for many gamers out there.

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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction

 

Originally scheduled for a November 2007 release, Splinter: Cell Conviction has been in the oven for some time now. In fact, it might be one of the most delayed games this generation, since it actually was dated several times during the long...

Originally scheduled for a November 2007 release, Splinter: Cell Conviction has been in the oven for some time now. In fact, it might be one of the most delayed games this generation, since it actually was dated several times during the long...

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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction

 

I can't say I've ever controlled a grey-haired super spy in my many years of playing video-games – no, I didn't play MGS4. Okay, so Sam Fisher isn't a decrepit old man beating down Russian mercs with his Zimmer frame in Splinter Cell: Conviction, but...

Splinter Cell: Conviction’s reboot of the franchise nearly hits the nail on the head, although as far as the single player campaign goes, it’s as if Ubisoft Montreal ran out of ideas in the end. Suited and booted with some great co-op and multiplayer...

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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction Xbox 360 Review

 

Sam Fisher is back and boy, is he annoyed. With good reason too, at the end of the last game, Splinter Cell: Double Agent, Sam's daughter Sarah got killed in a hit and run, and he was forced to kill his friend and boss Irving Lambert. After all this he...

Interesting Story Telling ; Smooth, fun action ; Interrogations are fun

Mark and Execute system can make things a little too easy at times ; Removal of certain elements from previous Splincer Cell games may alienate lovers of the series

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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction

 

Cormac sneaks out of the Mana Bar and straight up caps the motherfucker. Holy fucking shit. Also Splinter Cell: Conviction offers a new take on stealth gameplay as well as some new tricks in interactive story telling. Originally announced an intended...

A very polished package of stealth gameplay and interactive storytelling. Fantastic characterisation

Co-op campaign and interrogation scenes aren't completely realised. Main campaign is short and lacking in variation. Obnoxiously extroverted enemies who probably just need a hug

Short and sweet; simple and effective. A character driven story and a lot of innovative game play. Attention to detail makes up for short lived and almost shallow narratives. This is a rare case of a game in which everything exists to strengthen the...

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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction 360 Review

 

The king of stealth games is back, and Sam Fisher is madder than ever in Splinter Cell: Conviction, the latest Tom Clancy based game and the anticipated return of the long-beloved series. While looking to take the series back to its roots, Conviction...

Very diverse and personalized gameplay ; Looks and sounds great in every way ; Loads of content; both single and multiplayer

Campaign is very short ; Few bugs and glitches throughout the game ; Intimidating to series newcomers

The latest instalment of Splinter Cell had a lot on its shoulders. It had to pick up the pace after Double Agent, while also trying to appeal to new gamers. While it may have more than picked up the pace, it may be a little tricky for new gamers to get...

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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction

 

Sam Fisher is back, he wants answers and he doesn't have the agency in his ear. Games Xtreme tags along to see if he's really a man of conviction this time around.

Conviction tags all the things that are good about Sam Fisher, it adds a whole new spin to the dyed in the wool stealth genre and a fantastic cooperative game experience in multiplayer - it's the best SC game yet.

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Bringing Terror to the Terrorists

 

A BRIEF HISTORY Splinter Cell is a series of games which revolve around an expert American spy named Sam Fisher. Sam works for a fictional US government agency called “Third Echelon”, whose job it is to secure ...

Aggressively violent gameplay with great action sequences

feels dated

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Splinter Cell is back to its best

 

The game that got me back into Splinter Cell, I had drifted away from liking this series as each new installment came out but this one was brilliant! I really loved it

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A solid Game with interesting gameplay.

 

So i started playing splinter cell conviction almost a year after its release, despite this i found the game to still be enjoyable and a fun experience. The story and voice acting are top notch (though those new to the story may have a bit of trouble...

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