Splinter Cell - Conviction (PC) £17.99 @ DVD.Co.UK
Splinter Cell - Conviction (PC) £17.99 @ DVD.Co.UK

Splinter Cell - Conviction (PC) £17.99 @ DVD.Co.UK

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Tom Clancys Splinter Cell Conviction is the highly anticipated sequel in the multimillion-selling Splinter Cell series and one of the most critically acclaimed franchises of all time.

An investigation into his daughters death unwittingly leads former agent Sam Fisher to discover hes been betrayed by his prior agency, the Third Echelon. Now a renegade, Fisher finds himself in a race against time to thwart a deadly terrorist plot that threatens millions.

Uniting revolutionary gameplay enhancements with a high octane, no-holds-barred storyline, Tom Clancys Splinter Cell Conviction arms you to the teeth with all the high tech weaponry and lethal skills of an elite operative and invites you to enter a dangerous world where justice means making your own rules.


Horrid DRM
Horrid console port

No thanks

I thought this was an xbox exclusive?

above poster do you mean this implements the infamous constant internet connection drm... I think it has been cracked tho

but yeah its a stupid idea I was reading online that you don' t even get the full game you get part of it and then the rest is downloaded on the fly.

What I find funny is how these gaming company's get away with changing the drm without informing the customer or alternatively giving a detailed explanation about how it will affect the use of the product. Essentially the drm depending on how restrictive can change the nature of a product... what a joke

I feel the same about fake download content on consoles that are contained on the disc in this circumstance the company deceives you by making you believe that the content was made after the production of the game and could not be included in it. they call the purchase dlc when they know that it is just an access key.

To some it doesn't really matter but to me it does as I refuse to support companies that do it. the initial nature of dlc was to extend the life of a game which had already been completed not to fragment an already completed game. now the companies want to nickle and dime us for everthing. whatever happend to the days where you complete the game a number of times and unlock a character etc

There's a reason it's this price already - blame the DRM - best to avoid until they patch it out (if tehy ever do)
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