Splinter Cell: Conviction locks up CE - Retail Radar

Australian retailer lists limited-edition package for Ubisoft's oft-delayed stealth action adventure, includes figurine, Chaos Theory download, comic, more.


Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction

After many delays, Splinter Cell: Conviction got a firm release date on the Xbox 360 and PC last week, when Ubisoft announced that the Tom Clancy-inspired stealth action adventure would debut February 23. Ubisoft will apparently be commemorating the game's launch with a special-edition package, if a product listing for a Splinter Cell: Conviction Collector's Edition in Australian retailer JB Hi-Fi's online database is to be believed.

Nobody boxes in Sam Fisher…except Ubisoft.
Nobody boxes in Sam Fisher…except Ubisoft.

According to the listing, the special-edition Splinter Cell: Conviction package has many of the customary pack-ins associated with premium game bundles. Namely, the Collector's Edition includes a "making of" DVD, a 32-page comic book that recounts the intervening in-game period between 2006's well-received Splinter Cell Double Agent and Conviction, as well as exclusive in-game content.

That's not all, though, because the product listing indicates that the Collector's Edition will also include a figurine of grizzled protagonist Sam Fisher. As one more added perk, the package will apparently also include a free download for 2005's well-rated Splinter Cell Chaos Theory through Xbox Live, which is otherwise available for 1,200 MSP ($15).

The Xbox 360 version of the Splinter Cell: Conviction Collector's Edition pack is currently listed for A$119.00 ($103), with the PC installment falling in at A$99.00 ($86). However, it is worth noting that Australian games often bear a substantial markup. Ubisoft North America reps had not responded to GameSpot's request for additional details and pricing information for the Collector's Edition as of press time.

For more information, check out GameSpot's previous coverage of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction.

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