Following Sam Fisher's stint as a double agent, Fisher returns out of hiding having learned that his daughter's death was no accident. Betrayed by the agency he gave his life to, Fisher now... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sam Fisher (voice)
Lynne Adams ...
President Caldwell (voice)
Lucias Gaillard (voice)
Maria Bircher ...
Denise Martinez (voice)
Teale Bishopric ...
Danny Blanco Hall ...
Shawn Robertson (voice) (as Danny Blanco)
Valentin Lesovsky (voice)
Graham Cuthbertson ...
Charlie Fryman (voice)
Oscar Laboy / V.P. Calvin Samson (voice)
Sergei Torbinsky (voice)
Warren Valentine (voice)
Dimitri Gramkos / Boris Sychev (voice) (as Al Goulem)
Trevor Hayes ...
Col. Jeremy Prentiss (voice)


Following Sam Fisher's stint as a double agent, Fisher returns out of hiding having learned that his daughter's death was no accident. Betrayed by the agency he gave his life to, Fisher now finds himself on a mission to uncover the true nature of his daughter's death. He must now stand by his convictions as his investigation leads him to the discovery of a greater conspiracy. Written by Azanode

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23 February 2010 (USA)  »

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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction  »

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The game was originally revealed in 2007 as being social-stealth-based and deviating from the series' foundations of light and shadow stealth. After poor reception from fans and gaming journalists, the game disappeared from public sight for two years. The game finally appeared again at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2009, with a brand new direction that took the light and shadow stealth and geared it for a faster action game play. This new direction garnered a much more positive response. See more »


At the end of the demo when Sam shoots the man holding a hostage he shoots him on the face. The sound his weapon makes is loud and not silenced. Earlier the same gun was silenced. See more »


Guard: But boss, what if he climbs through the window?
Andrei Kobin: Then you shoot him! What kind of fucking stupid question is that? Let's get this straight: nobody is going anywhere until Fisher is dead. Until he shows up all you gotta do is shut up and get ready to shoot. Are we clear?
Guard: Yeah, boss...
Andrei Kobin: I said SHUT UP!
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Fresh and frustrating but fun!!!
22 April 2010 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Its all over the internet any gaming forum or anything you have heard of this title is flooded with comments saying 'splinter cell same no more'. Well as a fan i too will agree to this but fans must accept reality and this is the final package that is available in our hands. You want to play splinter cell this is your only option. Starting off with my review i would not give away any spoilers. I will just leave it at the story is interesting. However i can tell you this the entire story is played like one giant mission. It takes place in a 3 day period and it is narrated beautifully just as how Morgan freeman narrates "The Shaw shank redemption", intense and kept alive to know what the hell is actually going on. In terms of game play a lot has changed. No more meters for sound and light. Yup you just hope for the screen to turn into a black and white sketch to know if you are visible or not. The minute any light is shined upon you the screen reverts to color. An amazing and trippy concept to be placed in games kudos to the person who gave in this idea but here lies the frustrating bit. for one its hard to know if the far off enemies are in a well lit spot or not. Also the color change is not perfect. Sudden color changes do happen and to me this was extremely frustrating. The mark and execute system is interesting and as self explanatory as it is it lets you take down enemies in a quick sharp style without even letting the enemies around knowing. Major game play disappointing features are the inability to lift bodies and hide them and the lack of a sensitivity option. Also Rambo fans will be disappointed trying to run and gun just wont work, at least until the fix the sensitivity issue. Next up the sound department. Ill just tell you this. I wish i could personally handshake everyone in this department and the music department as this is the first game i have enjoyed the concept of sound in my almost 11 years of gaming. Its simply amazing and top notch. You actually tend to feel you are in charge of the music. The only way i can explain this without telling you to play the game is by imagining a nice slow ballad which is played when you are in the shadows safely hidden. The minute an NPC (non playable character) appears close to you the same ballad gets added layers of music which results in a super high octane tune which again goes away when Sam is hidden in the shadows. phew!!!...Sam fisher voiced by Michael Ironside still rocks but i got so lost in the music i forgot he even talks during the game. Lol. Closing comments would probably be do get this game as this is the only package of Sam Fisher you will ever get. The multilayer is amazing although I haven played much of it I can tell you it does have its own story. So there you have my review of conviction. The change well not perfect is still something i have embraced and enjoyed. If only ubisoft had though of putting in some of the old missions from previous Splinter cells again as a bonus i would have loved it. And those of you who say the game is lost its stealth values do try to finish a mission without being alerted even once. That is surely a challenge. Please return with a sequel soon and not another 5 years.

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