Splinter Cell: Conviction

In addition to giving away a free fix for "Splinter Cell: Conviction" freezing problems this week, Ubisoft will be giving away free guns. An MP7A1 Machine Pistol kicks off the first round of what Ubi says will be a weekly series of complimentary DLC releases for the game, and they may be available as soon as today or tomorrow through the game's Extras menu.

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Splinter Cell: Conviction

Some faithful first-day Xbox purchasers encountered an unpleasant problem in the second level of "Splinter Cell: Conviction," but Ubisoft reportedly has an answer already worked out. Ubi responded on their forums with a temporary solution to an outbreak of in-game freezes that were occurring (Russ ran into the problem too), but a more permanent, downloadable fix has now been announced.

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Splinter Cell: Conviction

After lengthy delays and gameplay overhauls, "Splinter Cell: Conviction" has finally been released for the Xbox 360 (with a PC release coming later this month). It's a major shift for the franchise, as it offers a more action-infused take on the stealth genre, but are the changes for the better?

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Splinter Cell: Conviction

"Splinter Cell: Conviction" saw Ubisoft carve its release date in stone when they decided it would launch on April 13th, 2010. That meant pressing forward and leaving a few ideas by the wayside, but one of the game's developers wants to keep his scrapped notes handy when the time comes to produce DLC.

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Splinder Cell: Conviction Bundle

The Xbox 360 "Splinter Cell: Conviction" Special Edition Bundle became a reality today, and it looks like the black king to the white queen "Final Fantasy XIII" Bundle. Boasting a similar set of specs with a 250GB HDD and two controllers, the only difference looks to be the game in the box and color of the plastic.

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Splinter Cell: Conviction release date

For a game whose launch date has been tumbling back on the calendar since 2007, it may take more than a blunt metaphor to instill confidence that "Splinter Cell: Conviction" will ship on April 13th, 2010, but Ubisoft put the word out yesterday. Now, that's the date they're going to try to hit.

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Splinter Cell Conviction

"Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory" had some fantastic multiplayer modes, and it looks like "Splinter Cell: Conviction" will be taking a nod from that game in terms of the co-op. Ubisoft has released info on the mode, as well as a trailer, and it is looking decidedly excellent.

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Spinter Cell: Conviction

Despite a small delay, "Splinter Cell: Conviction" still appears to be nested for a February 23, 2010, release date, and Ubisoft is now beginning to roll out gameplay details. Though the Tom Clancy series has featured co-op play before, a new report says the returning option will be joined by at least one additional mode of play in Q1.

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Game release delays are nothing unusual, but Ubisoft's "Splinter Cell: Conviction," once tagged to debut in 2007, now occupies a calendar slot in the first quarter of 2010. The recession and recent console price drops have both impacted the marketplace, and publishers are hoping that the latter will have a positive effect going into the new year. But even with that extra help, Ubisoft's head expects that some games my drift further into the future.

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You may be dying to get your hands-on "Splinter Cell: Conviction," but Steven Masters, that game's lead designer, basically does that all day, every day. After all, it's his job!

So, at an Ubisoft press event today in NYC, Steven took advantage of a press lull by enjoying something else for a change: "Rabbids Go Home," a family-friendly game about Rayman's adversaries trying to return to their assumed home on the moon by using a tower of garbage.

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