Written By: Travis Johnson
The latest edition to Ubisoft's stellar [i]Splinter Cell[/i] series will be delayed according to gamespot.com. [i]Splinter Cell: Conviction[/i], originally slated for a release sometime in either October or November is now reported to be pushed back to March of 2008. This shouldn't be all bad news for gamers though, with all the AAA titles due out in the next few months, it's good to see one of them pushed back to the slow time of the year for gaming.
[i]Splinter Cell: Conviction[/i] is in development for the Xbox 360 and PC.
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