Whether you like it or not, DLC has become the new trend this gen and Splinter Cell: Conviction will be no exception as it will get some extra content as soon as next week. For 800 Microsoft Points, you will be able to play on four new co-op maps that will obviously unlock new achievements. Images and info inside.
SAN FRANCISCO- May 17th, 2010 – Ubisoft announced today that the Deniable Ops “Insurgency Pack” downloadable content (DLC) for Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction™ for the Windows® PC games and the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft will be available for download on May 27th, 2010. The DLC will be available for 800 Microsoft Points or $9.99.
The critically acclaimed Stealth-Action hit of the spring takes aim at Xbox LIVE® with additional content this month. The Insurgency Pack delivers brand-new missions for Archer and Kestrel on four additional maps for Deniable Ops modes. Take on challenges in Hunter, Face Off, Infiltration or Last Stand to unlock new achievements and play in settings from the docks of San Francisco to a New Orleans cemetery, a prison in Portland to a hidden research complex in Salt Lake City. Sam Fisher may have his conviction, but Black Arrow is still out there – waiting for him.
The achievements hunters will be glad to know that 250 new points can be unlocked in this DLC.
Now the drugs don't work, they just make you worse... (7 minutes ago)
@Megido: no idea what that means :3 (1 Hour ago)
hell, even the report you linked to says SSRIs are more effective. (1 Hour ago)
and it was why i initially stated that it says more about the power of placebos than the ineffectiveness of SSRIs (1 Hour ago)
you flat out claimed placebo's were as effective as SSRIs. reality is one actually affects the chemisty of the brain, while the other does nothing. (1 Hour ago)
@droezelke: so why didn't you? "The drugs are as useful as a placebo" (1 Hour ago)
@KORNdog: Exactly. So, if there are conflicting studies on a particular or several meds, the reasonable position is to say 'we have not been able to conclude that they work better than placebo's' (1 Hour ago)