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Splinter Cell Trilogy Infilitrates Stores, PSN Next Week

If you're looking for your stealth fix this fall, look no further.

The Splinter Cell Trilogy will arrive next week; it'll be available in Blu-Ray and digital format on the PlayStation Store for $39.99.

The collection features the first three titles in the critically acclaimed series: Splinter Cell, Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow, and Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory.

Many fans will tell you that Chaos Theory is the best in the entire franchise, especially after the recent Conviction failed to satisfy the hardcore stealth aficionados. Featuring stereoscopic 3D along with the standard high-definition overhauls, this package is a fantastic deal, especially because there are three games included. All adventures are an agreeable length and if you're new to the series, this is the ultimate bundle.

Hey, how often do we see true-blue stealth-oriented games these days? And with the next Metal Gear Solid a long ways off at best, the Splinter Cell Trilogy is an awesome option.

Related Game(s): Splinter Cell Trilogy

Tags: splinter cell trilogy, ubisoft, splinter cell ps3, splinter cell trilogy release date

9/26/2011 8:46:04 PM Ben Dutka

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Monday, September 26, 2011 @ 9:24:55 PM

Hey Ben, what score do you think you would have given conviction?

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Ben Dutka PSXE [Administrator]
Monday, September 26, 2011 @ 9:29:10 PM

I dunno. Mid-6, maybe.

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Monday, September 26, 2011 @ 9:35:32 PM

I might have to get this. I played Conviction as a starting point and I thought it was horrible. There was no stealth unless they forced you to be.

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Monday, September 26, 2011 @ 10:21:29 PM

I'm getting Ico collection and this but, will not open it up until I have my 47" 3D TV attached to my living-room wall :)
Just about done saving up for it, just building up the courage to face the boss and tell her "I'm getting it" no matter what LOL

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Monday, September 26, 2011 @ 11:15:32 PM

Bodes well for a next gen iteration.

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Monday, September 26, 2011 @ 11:55:05 PM

While those games are solid in their own right, it's a shame Ubisoft didn't do a proper HD remake work to make them justice. Like the Resident Evil "HD Remakes" these are just HD upscaled.

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Tuesday, September 27, 2011 @ 12:56:22 AM

Maybe the trilogy will include a Splinter Cell: Conviction demo for the PS3... one can only hope >:P

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Tuesday, September 27, 2011 @ 3:43:26 AM

i think im going to faint, were actually getting quite a few things before the states lately!
wow, i think i gotta lay off the JD i cant believe i just typed that!
this was on PSN here months ago!
i picked up the retail version a while ago and finished it pretty quickly.
its ok, nice to have a trip back down memory lane to the old ways we use to design games.
but to me its a little too old school.
one example gone is the 100% accuracy, the further away from a enemy you are the less likely you are to hitting them so it makes it really hard.
not that thats a bad thing, but after you get use to todays games its really hard to go back to it and enjoy it.
i still say conviction was the best in the series!
it kept the hardcore stealth the series is famous for, but opened it up for different solutions.
one of the VERY few games that tried to cater to more audiences and actually did not taint the core experience.
ok theres no hiding dead bodies, or noise meters but there minor admissions.
its so much fun playing cat and mouse with your enemies!
i love planting a sticky bomb and playing music to lour a enemy to it.
or deliberately leave a dead body out just to see the AIs reactions.
watching them freak out is really funny!

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Tuesday, September 27, 2011 @ 9:57:34 AM

I'll inevitably purchase this (used though; sorry, Ubisoft, but the Prince of Persia HD collection was a glitchy, buggy mess) but it'll have to wait. Team Ico HD collection comes out today (grabbing it as soon as I leave work).

I'll admit, I do love how Ubisoft used the PC copies though, instead of the crappy PS2 versions. The graphics look amazing because of it! Looks almost like a current-generation game (somewhat). No multiplayer doesn't bother me but lack of co-op does. *sigh* Oh well.

Last edited by DrRockso87 on 9/27/2011 10:00:16 AM

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Tuesday, September 27, 2011 @ 6:38:53 PM

No Multiplayer? Come on Ubisoft...

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