And yes, Conviction has the most.
Splinter Cell! Virtua Fighter! More!
And half price in the Ubisoft sale.
To work on mystery project.
Ubisoft making the hard cell?
Sam Fisher looks good in night goggles.
Plus, Pac-Man going cheap.
Resistance is futile.
May be included in future PC games.
Controversial system bites the dust.
Why a "true realistic" difficulty never made it.
Production underway at Ubisoft Toronto.
Talks "future" tech and 5 "major" games.
"Number four" publisher in the US this year.
Splinter Cell: Conviction sells loads.
Insurgency Pack in late May.
Ubisoft brand man opens gob.
Monster Hunter Tri makes decent start.
Episodes from Liberty City up there too.
Just need Splinter Cell disc to download.
No more freezing, promises publisher.
No such problem in Europe.
Needed polish, debugging, says Ubisoft.
Out two weeks after Xbox 360 version.
Echelon time since work began on this.
Fisher the fight.
Try before you spy.
Yves Guillemot is speeding things up.
And they will all have multiplayer.
Update: mid-April date confirmed for Europe.
Not delayed for too long, then.
But for how long Ubisoft can't say.
Ubisoft spreads 'em.
Exclusive game mode, armour, statue, etc.
One month before full release.
Using heat maps to identify key spots.
Ubisoft spills Collector's Edition contents.
Out in February.
Drawing board phase very much over.
Splinter Cell and Red Steel 2 needed time.
I Am Alive delayed as well.
"You're supposed to be like Jack Bauer."
360 exclusives. Plus new Epic game.
Late-2009 sequels will receive extra bits.
And Ghost Recon 4 before April 2010.
Out in financial 09/10 along with Red Steel 2, Assassin's 2, Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon.
No earlier than April, says Ubisoft.
Chance of appeal.
Ubisoft lacks Conviction.
Splinter Cell rumours are "pure speculation".
Conviction tumbles further.
Sneaks into 2008.
Sam Fisher's new look.
It's completely different.
Ubisoft sticks to "no comment".