Splinter Cell: Conviction Discussion
i'd say online DRM isn't bad if the game is worth it and long enough. but if the SP campaign is short..then i'd have to agree.
I have been a fan of this series, and I am convinced a little on getting it because it comes with reduced difficulty and better gameplay.
And regarding the DRM, no comment.
Somewhere around 7 hours. I did it on normal, and I used the trainer late in the game.
But really it is short. Because you spend a considerable amount of time thinking how to get past the guards or waiting in the corner to strike.
the original Splinter Cell had loads of stealth which was its USP. but from what i hear...they've done away with most of the stealthy aspects in this version. u don't even HAVE to hide the bodies as u did in the first part as being discovered could in some missions terminate the mission completely. well..back then Fisher was still a part of Third Echelon.
so i guess that does allow for spray and pray style game-play thus making the game seem shorter.
[Edited by saurabhfzd, 4/30/2010 4:11:13 AM]
So he does not have to be afraid of a corpse being spotted, i get the feeling he does not care, if he would live or die while he is finding out the truth about his daughters murder.
So the game is almost pure shooter but due to the setup in the game with the aim quickly being screwed, if you fire off to many shots and long range being a pain in regards to accuracy, those times you need to suck in the enemy, have them either see a corpse or spot you and setup a choke point and wait for them.
I dont mind the change in game play it feels good, sometimes i wish i could just move a corpse, a little further into a corner but that is unfortunately not possible, but in general the game feels more intense compared to the old one the mark and execute never gets old, same with last known position.
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