Splinter Cell: Conviction Trailers Show Sam's Tricks

A trio of Splinter Cell: Conviction trailers focus on a few of the tricks Sam Fisher will have up the sleeve of his tactical turtleneck--or "tactleneck"--in Splinter Cell: Conviction. Splinter Cell: Conviction is headed to Xbox 360 on April 13 i

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A trio of Splinter Cell: Conviction trailers focus on a few of the tricks Sam Fisher will have up the sleeve of his tactical turtleneck--or "tactleneck"--in Splinter Cell: Conviction.

Splinter Cell: Conviction is headed to Xbox 360 on April 13 in North America, coming to Europe on April 15. The PC edition will arrive slightly later on April 27--a delay apparently unrelated to its use of Ubisoft's ever-troubled new DRM system.

The first trailer shows Sam getting acrobatic as he traverses levels.

Next up is a look at some of Sam's brutal hand-to-hand stealth kills.

Lastly, Mr Fisher uses the environment to his advantage, from precariously-dangling sculptures to handy urinals.

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    April 6, 2010 7:11 AM

    Isn't Sam getting a little old at this point to be jumping around like he does in this vid?

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      April 6, 2010 7:25 AM

      Some where Jack Bauer is reading this and planning your demise.

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        April 6, 2010 8:12 AM

        Jack Bauer, like Sam Fisher, is NOT REAL.

        Trying to counter one fictional stretch with another fictional stretch?

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      April 6, 2010 7:38 AM

      Thats what I was thinking.

      and since when was this mirror's edge?

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        April 6, 2010 8:42 AM

        A really boring looking Mirror's Edge. No sense of speed whatsoever.

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          April 6, 2010 8:44 AM

          You're right. It should be shorter, shittier, have awful gunplay and the worst voice acting and story video games have seen. ever. Then it'd be like Mirror's Edge.

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            April 6, 2010 9:30 AM

            I think you should look at that acrobatics video again, and take another look at Mirror's Edge while you're at it.
            Hell, make it Assassin's Creed, if that makes you feel better.