Splinter Cell Conviction: App Attack

Posted by Grey Saturday, June 12, 2010

Can't get enough of Sam Fisher's instantaneous torture chamber? Or just the idea of how a torture chamber can be 'instantaneous' somewhat fascinate you? Well, the 'instantaneous' part just gotten more so with the release of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction on the iPhone.

Developed with the intent of being a bold new chapter both in terms of plot and gameplay, Splinter Cell: Conviction surfaced on the PC and Xbox 360 to considerable reception. Deviating from its traditional stealth action formula, the title took on an all-guns-ablazing approach to the action game genre while Sam Fisher turns on his former employer, Third Echelon.

Ports of established action titles on the iPhone gaming platform tends to have some negative reputation attached. Sam Fisher's latest outing happened to have enjoyed the very same status with many reviewer providing unpleasant criticism. Nevertheless, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction is amongst the top twenty biggest gaming title launched this year, and given the fact that 2010 has been a stellar year for giant launches, this comment is quite something to behold. Let's see if Gameloft can hold true to the magnificent vision of the original.


Splinter Cell Conviction
Category: Games
Price: $9.99
Released: May 27, 2010
Size: 479 MB
Seller: Gameloft S.A.
Latest version: 1.0.0



The benchmark of action stealth games on console is available for the first time on iPhone & iPod Touch!
**MacWorld: “The strategies of Splinter Cell Conviction have real potential for depth and variety—already this title looks like more than your typical third-person shooter on your iPhone.”
**Slide to play: “Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction looks and plays great, and it's rare that we see such a sophisticated stealth game on this platform.”
Unleash the ferocious skills of renegade agent Sam Fisher.
Play as Sam Fisher, a highly skilled Special Forces operative and fight a corrupted secret agency to get your daughter back. Follow a trail of intrigue that leads from Iraq to a high-security building in Washington. Run, jump, fight, and shoot using a handgun, shotgun, AK47 and bazooka, or maintain stealth by improvising with nearby objects. You are now a renegade spy agent; you don't follow any orders except for your own rules of engagement!

- Go through 11 levels set in 8 different locations from Malta to the White House.
- Discover an exclusive iPhone level on the banks of the Potomac River.
- Experience fully polished 3D graphics with an amazing depth of view.

- The Mark & Execute feature allows you to mark multiple targets then quickly eliminate them all at once.
- The Last Known Position indicates where your enemies think you are, allowing you to outflank and eliminate them.
- Get behind enemies without being noticed and kill them in one hit!
- Projected texts inform you of objectives and guide you through the level.
- Get Sam behind cover to hide and dodge enemy fire.

- Beat your opponents in stunning hand-to-hand combat and interrogate enemies to get crucial information.
- Experience a frantic rail-shooting sequence on a speeding boat.
- Use a wide range of weapons and gadgets to get rid of your enemies. Pistols, sonar goggles and camera grenades are at your disposal!


Your morals! Your game!
Also available from Gameloft on the iPhone: Brothers in Arms 2, Rayman 2: The Great Escape, Gameloft Sports Pack, Fishing Kings, Blokus and Iron Man 2.

English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish

Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Requires iPhone OS 2.2.1 or later.


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