Splinter Cell: Conviction now in Marketplace


Splinter Cell: Conviction has been a long time coming, but the great game has now finally arrived in Marketplace.

The game description is below:

The benchmark of action stealth games on console is available for the first time on W7 phones. **Slide to play: “Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction looks and plays great, and it’s rare that we see such a sophisticated stealth game on this platform.” Unleash the ferocious skills of renegade agent Sam Fisher. Play as Sam Fisher, a highly skilled Special Forces operative and fight a corrupted secret agency to get your daughter back. Follow a trail of intrigue that leads from Iraq to a high-security building in Washington. Run, jump, fight, and shoot using a handgun, shotgun, AK47 and bazooka, or maintain stealth by improvising with nearby objects. You are now a renegade spy agent; you don’t follow any orders except for your own rules of engagement! ASTONISHING ENVIRONMENTS AND GRAPHICS

  • Go through 11 levels set in 8 different locations from Malta to the White House.
  • Discover an exclusive level on the banks of the Potomac River.
  • Experience fully polished 3D graphics with an amazing depth of view.
  • The Mark & Execute feature allows you to mark multiple targets then quickly eliminate them all at once.
  • The Last Known Position indicates where your enemies think you are, allowing you to outflank and eliminate them.
  • Get behind enemies without being noticed and kill them in one hit!
  • Projected texts inform you of objectives and guide you through the level.
  • Get Sam behind cover to hide and dodge enemy fire.
  • Beat your opponents in stunning hand-to-hand combat and interrogate enemies to get crucial information.
  • Experience a frantic rail-shooting sequence on a speeding boat.
  • Use a wide range of weapons and gadgets to get rid of your enemies. Pistols, sonar goggles and camera grenades are at your disposal!

qrcodeSplinter Cell: Conviction can not be found by searching yet, but can be found at this link here.

Thanks John for the tip.