Conviction is the newest in the Splinter Cell game series. It follows the storyline from Double Agent where Sam Fisher had to shoot his best friend, Lambert. Ever since then, he's gotten older, (and seriously looks cooler with the greyed-out hair,) and tried to live a life away from Third Echelon. Until he got a warning call from a member from Third Echelon saying he was being hunted down...
Compared to Double Agent, gameplay and looks really advanced. The keyboard settings in Conviction is much easier than Double Agent. And if you have Modern Warfare 2, or have played it, you find that the Deniable Ops mode has somewhat a similar feel to that of Special Ops mode (only not as hard.) There's also a co-op story mode that you can play where the storyline takes place before Conviction. You unlock more guns as you progress through Single Player and Co-Op mode, so be sure to play through both. You also can get a Scar-H if you use UPlay points in the UPlay area. Overall, the game is pretty well done, and I give it a 4 out of 5.