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This future contract pays DKP equal to the Metascore Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction (Xbox 360) receives according to Metacritic. This contract expires two weeks after the game's release.

Splinter Cell Officially Delayed

Kotaku - July 24, 2008

Submitted by necron101 (141) at 9:30AM PST on July 24, 2008

When Ubisoft didn't show Splinter Cell: Conviction at its last event, people worried a little about how the game might be doing. Fear not — the game's doing great. So great, they say, that Ubisoft just decided it'd be better off releasing it as part of its "2009-2010" lineup instead of in this year's fiscal fourth quarter.
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Previews: Splinter Cell: Conviction


Submitted by sagexsdx (19) at 5:56AM PST on January 3, 2008

When last we saw it, Conviction was the most ambitious game we had ever seen. Even nine months on, that remains the case. With the old Chaos Theory team working alongside the best Ubisoft has to offer, if it doesn't deliver in the most epic manner possible, we'll consider it a COMPLETE failure. Oh yes.
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Conviction "back to the drawing board"

CVG - May 19, 2008

Submitted by sagexsdx (19) at 5:30AM PST on May 20, 2008

That's according to a report in the latest Xbox World 360 mag. Though Ubisoft isn't saying anything, the mag says it's heard that the surprising development decision has forced Splinter Cell back into the festive period of 2009 - or as late as Spring 2010.
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Splinter Cell: Conviction not coming to PS3 - January 23, 2008

Submitted by RabidRoach (167) at 12:21PM PST on January 23, 2008

Ubisoft has confirmed to that Splinter Cell: Conviction, announced as a PC and Xbox 360 title, will not be coming to PS3 and will not be coming out on April 1, as previously rumoured.
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Splinter Cell Conviction: Meet the New Sam Fisher - May 17, 2007

Submitted by SyrinxPriest (29) at 12:49PM PST on May 20, 2007

The new Sam Fisher will be a stark contrast to the man we've come to recognize so universally just by the sound of his gadgets powering up. Without his tools and mask to hide behind, Sam is going to step into the limelight and show off just what he can do.
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