Even though Splinter Cell: Conviction has a few features missing from the previous games, like the ability to hide the bodies that you take down, it still manages to be the best in the series. The story combined with the co-op story gives a good lead into the game. When I finished the co-op story, it gave me a more clear insight as to exactly why certain things were happening in the story. All the things that are coming to be in the story just drives you to keep playing so that you can progress more and more into the story so that you can find out whats going on. The gameplay is great, its missing some of the older gadgets from the previous games, like the original goggles. I'm not to much of a fan of the sonar goggles. I think they should've just been an add-on to the original goggles. The guns and the ability to upgrade them with points from completed challenges is also a plus. The addition of the P.E.C challeenges gives you a reason to be more stealthy during game play. Besides, its very fun trying to complete the vanish silently challenges. All in all, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction is a must buy, and the best in the series.
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