E3 ’09: First Splinter Cell: Conviction Gameplay

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After years in hiding, Sam Fisher has finally revealed himself and it looks like he got a nice little haircut… a new haircut. Maxime Beland, the creative director of the game, describes the game as a redefinition of the franchse. The gameplay is now “faster, more fluid, more spectacular, more action”.

Sam’s not working for the government anymore. He’s working on a personal mission, finding his daughter’s killer… and Sam is pissed.

Read on for the clip and enjoy.

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