Splinter Cell: Conviction movie hints to Sam Fisher’s emotional state

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 14 January 2010 18:34 GMT


By emotional state, we mean pissed off and out for revenge, and so does Victor Coste – the private military contractor who worked with Sam Fisher in the past.

Telling men who have him sitting in a dark room, with a very bright light pointed in his face, that he “would not want to be” them right now, he definitely makes it sound like Sam’s off his rocker.

Splinter Cell: Conviction was delayed into April, so that Ubisoft could give it a bit of spit and polish. Watch the video below, courtesy of Joystiq.

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