Tag Archives: Corridors

Splinter Cell: Conviction

I only recently got around to playing Conviction, which is why I’m writing about it something like 6 months after it’s been released, so consider this an early retrospective or something. It took me until the last sections of Conviction to figure out what it was – until then I was getting frustrated and angry at the whole thing, then it clicked. It was the realisation that this isn’t Splinter Cell and that trying to play it as Splinter Cell isn’t right. From then on, it was great. I’m a huge fan of the Splinter Cell franchise, Chaos Theory firmly…

The Ship

What the hell is wrong with you people, why are none of you playing The Ship? It’s the most interesting multiplayer I’ve dropped into in a long time and while I might be a long 4 years late to the game, I can’t understand why it’s quite so dead in the water (sorry) as it is. The idea is nifty: everyone on board a 1930′s Steam Liner is given a target to murder for cold hard cash. The target will be, obviously, one of the fellow passengers which leaves each person someone to kill and someone trying to kill them,…