Tuesday, May 31, 2011

You Are Never Too Old To Kick Ass

Gameplay - 8/10
Storyline - 9/10
Graphics - 8/10
Game Score : 25/30

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction is the fifth installment (released in April 2010) in the Splinter Cell series of video games. The game was developed by Ubisoft Montreal, developers of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell, Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory and the sixth generation versions of Splinter Cell: Double Agent. Key members of the Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas team, such as creative director Maxime Béland, also worked on the game. Gameloft released a handheld version of the game for Apple's iOS on May 27, 2010.

The main character of this game series is Sam Fisher. The game takes place three years after the events of Splinter Cell: Double Agent, former Navy SEAL Victor Coste is held in a Black Arrow facility interrogation room as he is interviewed by an unidentified group of men. Victor begins to recount the events of Splinter Cell: Conviction in the past tense. After having disappeared, Sam Fisher is remotely located and contacted by former Third Echelon colleague Anna "Grim" Grímsdóttir in a marketplace situated in Valletta,Malta. He is warned that a group of hitmen have located him. Sam kills them and interrogates the leader, Dmitri Gramkos, learning that drug runner Andriy Kobin was responsible for the death of his daughter, Sarah.

While playing this game I was truly impressed with some of the features they came up with to implement in this game. One of which is the "Mark & Execute" feature, which allows the player to mark specific targets, such as enemies or objects, to be instantly shot  automatically. The player can choose to prioritize these targets, so that, for example, he could distract one guard by shooting out a light in his vicinity and then take out another guard. Another new feature is the "Last Known Position", which occurs when the player breaks the line of sight of an alerted guard. This creates a visual silhouette of where the guard thinks Sam is, allowing the player to flank his enemies. Bar none however my all in all my favorite one is the ability to interrogate characters in real time and use objects in the surrounding environment against them. That in and of itself is enough of a reason for me to recommend this game to you all.


May 31, 2011 at 9:52 AM

Jus finish downloading dude,will check it out and comment later.

May 31, 2011 at 11:46 PM

Well refering to ur poll if killing jus like the person who killed my love one is jus as bad, murder is murder n will be looked at as such, revenge is best served cold n in dat instant u dnt av to do anything, i wish sumtime i can kill who did wat they did to my dad cuz i knw sumting is wrong with dat case bt ill leave it to God, bout the game ooooooooohhhhh i will be beating dat ass up in dat situation thou lmao

June 1, 2011 at 2:54 PM

Just finish the story mode. It was good, some stages were a little tricky which result in my death couple times, but still enjoyed the game.

June 1, 2011 at 9:31 PM

poll on How Would You Avenge Your Loved One? ended with 2 votes for kill them and 2 votes for bring them to justice

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