2010.04.20Now playing: Splinter Cell Conviction

The latest in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell franchise, Splinter Cell Conviction (links at end) has so far been a lot of fun. Ubisoft has made the gameplay very easy in terms of controls, yet a challenge for the casual gamer. I bought it primarily for its two-player cooperative capabilities as a follow-on to my very successful "Chinese and Chainsaws" get-togethers featuring EA's Left 4 Dead 2. Even though Sam Fisher isn't clubbing zombies with frying pans and cricket bats, I have high hopes the gameplay will be every bit as engaging, and the good times will continue to roll. I've really enjoyed every other encounter with Sam Fisher in the past (although I didn't play Double Agent). So far, this latest release is just as enjoyable -- and I'm really glad Michael Ironside is still the voice of Sam.

Links to
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction
Left 4 Dead 2

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