Sam Fisher is back in Gameloft’s Splinter Cell: Conviction. It is invading the app store with its great graphics and console-like game play.
Sam Fisher, after leaving the agency, is looking for who betrayed him and who killed his daughter. On his way he must fight the agency, dodge the police and avoid everything he can, while searching for the mystery man, in this action-packed game for the iDevices. The fatal car crash that killed Fisher’s daughter has been haunting him and is one-step closer to finding out who did this.
Now we all know controls aren’t good for the iDevice,but respectively this game has the best controls I have ever seen on the system and it actually resembles the console version. You can slide from cover to cover such has boxes and buildings to get behind your targets. Shoot lights to cover the area in darkness so you can easily kill your enemies. climb poles and scale ledges to throw your opponents off the buildings. swipe the top right to switch between your fists and your gun.
Sounds are repetitive such as the punches, screams, gunshots, etc… but on the plus side the voice overs are really good and not choppy. Graphics are pretty good for an iDevice game and sometimes seems realistic such has went you shoot someone in the head the blood goes everywhere which is pretty funny. All in all the sounds aren’t worth the battery life but the graphics are worth your time.
- runs smoothly
- 3d graphics
- in depth gameplay
- a great port
- sounds are repetitive
- controls do not do what you want it too do at certain time
A great game, definitely worth the money and great for the die hard and beginners to the splinter cell franchise. I give a 4/5.