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As the game's release date draws ever closer, those of us who've been waiting with baited breath can at the very least eat up more of the publicity surrounding Splinter Cell: Conviction, today offered up in the form of three new trailers that show off the game's variety of play styles and including the co-op mode's story and beyond.Splinter Cell: Conviction is due on Xbox 360 April 15.



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