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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction - Limited Edition (Xbox 360) - £16.97 delivered @ Amazon
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction - Limited Edition (Xbox 360) - £16.97 delivered @ Amazon

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction - Limited Edition (Xbox 360) - £16.97 delivered @ Amazon

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Box Contains
- Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction Xbox 360 game
- Exclusive SPAS12 In-Game Silenced Shotgun, not available in the game without the unique code unlock included in the pack
- Exclusive Splinter Cell 32 page comic book – “Digging in the Ashes”
- DVD featuring the making of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction
- Buying Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction will give Tom Clancy fans the opportunity to join the 'Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier' multiplayer BETA when it goes live Summer 2010. BETA access details are subject to change at any time

10 Comments

Editor

Good price, thanks Olavs

i might just go for this(_;)

Thanks. Nearly bought this last night for £22. Glad I waited.

This is a great game and it's the limited edition for a great price! Would buy if I hadn't already owned and completed!

Awful game.

Jay ITFC

BS!85 on Metacritic



GTAIV received rave reviews, as did Red Dead Redemption. To be honest though, after a short while I found both games to be quite repetitive and mundane. I wouldn't base an argument on reviews, not solely anyway.

I've not played Conviction yet, but I'd keep an open mind about it. The last Splinter Cell game I played was on PS2 and it was good fun. I think I'll wait a few weeks until Mafia II comes out though.

doesnt this come with a figure as well, can't see any mention of it?

foxxes

doesnt this come with a figure as well, can't see any mention of it?



The figure was exclusive to Game.co.uk

TGHunter

GTAIV received rave reviews, as did Red Dead Redemption. To be honest … GTAIV received rave reviews, as did Red Dead Redemption. To be honest though, after a short while I found both games to be quite repetitive and mundane. I wouldn't base an argument on reviews,



Indeed... and if we were, I think the Zero Punctuation review is pretty much bang on the money.
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