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In Splinter Cell: Conviction, you take control of Sam Fisher on a path for revenge for his daughter's death.
The single player story is very short and won't take you long at all to finish, and the ending isn't all that great, but I still enjoyed playing it either way.
Deniable Ops and CO-OP are pretty much the main focus of Conviction. You and team up with a friend to play the CO-OP Story, Hunter (where you and your buddy try to take out all enemies in the level without being detected; if you get detected, more bad guys will spawn), Last Stand (where you and your buddy try to defend an EMP against waves of enemies), and Face-Off (where you and your buddy fight against each other while fighting against waves of enemies, basically a free-for-all). The matchmaking, however, isn't exactly there. Private matches are the way to go, so find a friend to play with for maximum fun.
To close this review, I love this game. The single player is pretty fun and intense, and the CO-OP modes are awesome. Recommend this game, 5/5.
Game Traits applied to Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction (X360) by Ronsta666