View Full Version : Will this follow the story of Sam fisher
03-20-2010, 12:42 PM
the first 3 games followed the same story then double agent came along and the story did not match up you are in ice land doing a mission then sam starts talking to lambert about whats going on and thats it lol i dont rember the psp game all that much but one of two of them said somthing about his doughter got killed then the story fell apart so i hope that this picks back up and tells the full story on what happend because lmabert put him under cover and now he is rouge after two diffrent endings in double agent and saving or killing lambert it doesn't make any sense
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03-20-2010, 01:05 PM
Double agent had a story... ***Spoilers to double agent***
Sam was just on a Mission with this New guy on the Snow level, The new Guy died sam gets upset, He gets back home then Finds out he's daughter has been ran over and killed He gets angry and takes one of the hardest missions there is, While going through the mission he has the choices to stay undetected, Killing Lambert was a choice so im Unsure if he will be in conviction, i dont think he will tho. Sam completes the mission Im not exactly sure why he runs away at the end tho, Either because he had done some bad things with the terrorist and would Be charged as a terrorist so needed to Leave, or he was just shy of the Swat men, and couldnt wait to make conviction so Ran off to go rouge and find He's daughters killer.
In conviction the story will be Trying to find the Killer of sams Daughter. (The one who drove the car that killed her)
03-20-2010, 06:26 PM
***SPOILERS for Double Agent***
Fisher took off at the end because that dick Williams was going to pin it all on Fisher and Lambert. Williams had come in and took over for Lambert. Depending which version of the game you played, either the 360 or the OXB version, Williams was building a case against Fisher and Lambert. In the OXB version Williams was talking to Fisher via phone and the conversation was the the review of what had happened. As Fisher explained to Williams how it went down you played the game as it was explained. Williams took over from Lambert and would give Fisher very compromising Objectives that would very much test his loyalty and most times make the JBA suspect him as a mole. The OXB version actually had an either/or loyalty system that would build one side or the other. The 360 version let you max out loyalty for both sides so there was really no consequence to your decisions.
Lambert was squeezed out by Williams and Williams tried to pin the whole operation as a rogue opp run by Lambert with Fisher a willing party.
When Fisher acted against the JBA in the end and brought them down, Williams moved against both the JBA and Fisher. He had Enrica killed, very much against Fishers objections to let her off as a unwilling party, and then tried to pin it on Fisher in the end.
Thought given the option of killing Lambert, Fisher never does. In both versions, if i remember correctly, Lambert ended up alive in the end regardless of your actually decision. If you shot him he ended up alive but in critical condition, and if you didn't then he was rescued and arrested by Williams and his new order 3rd echelon.
It is my guess that Williams will be one of the bad guys in Conviction. He will have gone after Fisher and Lambert because he knew they would oppose the actions that will be happening in Conviction and did his best to skew the evidence against them so he could move in and take control of the operation without opposition.
Also of note, the OXB version of Double Agent, your partner in the Iceland Mission is Hisham (not John like the 360) he does not die and comes into play as a double agent in one of the JBA accomplish factions who you will actually work with and possibly save later on in the game. John dies in the Iceland mission for the 360.
The two games are very different from each other. The OXB version was made by Ubi-Montreal and the 360 version was Ubi-Shanghai. The overall story is similar in the end but I think the OXB version is the more complete and likely the true cannon version they will be going off of for the Conviction story line.
03-21-2010, 11:33 AM
Ya see the OXB game told more then the psp intro game and xbox 360 ,pc SCDA thats why i had a hard time under standing the story on all three the pc told a diffrent one xbox 360 was just a bit diffrent i guess they didnt think it through when they handed the diffrent platforms the script lol
thanks for your input to clear things up a bit
03-21-2010, 11:37 AM
In all fairness, I preferred the OXB version - both in terms of story and gameplay. I believe that Fisher played his double agent role too well in the previous game and therefore the reason he is rogue in this next instalment.
Already from the demo of Conviction, it appears to be taking on a natural conclusion to the story (not sure if Ubisoft can push for another Splinter Cell game...). Now a demo has been released, I'm hoping it will actually stick to the April 2010 release date as it is one game I want to see! I hope he does bring justice to his killer!
03-21-2010, 04:12 PM
I liked the OXB version more as well. It was l lot more like Chaos Theory, had all the hide in the shadows missions, the light and sound meter. And the story was a lot better in that one. Not to mention that the trust thing was actually a part of the game unlike the 360 one where you could do objectives for both sides and keep them both happy.
I have another post here with a Q&A witht he devs. In there they have a question about if this(SCC) is the last of Sam Fisher and they say definitely no, there will be more Sam Fisher in the future, so there will very likely be another Splinter Cell after Conviction.
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