Ubisoft Says Splinter Cell Conviction PC Demo’s a No-Go

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KaosTheory

Just gonna add my input, I'm a 16 year old highschool student who is OBSESSED with Assassin's Creed, Assassin's Creed 2 and now Splinter Cell: Conviction. I have never bought any Splinter Cell games, I hadn't even heard of Splinter Cell before the hype on Conviction. But Ubisoft was like a god to me, until I found them leaving things out for PC users and this new connection required business. Then I pretty much hated them. The same with Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and it's Steam application. It sucks. Mid game, perfect shot, lining up and WHAM! Failed Steam connection but the internet is still running, missed the shot, exited the sever. :( Assassin's Creed 2, assassination, lining up, perfect jump, go to make the kill, just before contact, game window dissappears and shuts down AC2. Internet still running. Load back up, apparently the mission's done and I can't redo it :(

Ubisoft needs to move away from those sorts of things. PLEASE. I love the games, and I can see why they want these applocations (in most cases), but they aren't needed and no one likes them!

 I'd also like to say that I will still get SP:C though I will hate the application business.

AND I WANT A DEMO >:(

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zepontiff

The best thing in this day and age is we can take it one step further and become buyers and sellers of 360 and ps3 Ubisoft titles on the used market!

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QUINTIX256

There is much I am willing to suffer through in order to enjoy some BG&E2 on the PC.

You can have your recession. I'm not participating.

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Trooper_One

Me thinks Assassin's Creed was my last game purchased from Unisoft....  I am not impressed by their antics as of late and they will have none of my business. 

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I Jedi

I think, from the reactions in here, that we can assume a great many PC gamers feel Ubisoft should just gtfo of PC, and leave it to those who actually care for the platform.

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Zan

Is it just me or is Ubisoft the new EA?

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habuza

They are their own brand of ass-hattery. But I don't have any doubt that they are all in on the DRM thing together.

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habuza

Ubisoft can tongueshovel my stinkditch.  DAO was a huge disappointment to me, glad I played it at a friend's house first. The DRM thing has gotten way out of hand. I refuse to abide by any DRM scheme out there that is that damn invasive.

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pepper_roni

lighting didnt work, carshed all the time freezing, game was un fucking playable peice of shit

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Tekzel

This hardly matters at all. Ubisoft seems set on making sure I never play their games, so why would I need a demo for a game I refuse to buy due to retarded DRM schemes?

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You know users... Buncha bitchy little girls.

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Vegan

What else is new? Demos on PC seem to be rarer and rarer, while they always have them for the 360 versions. And they're needed more on the PC, to judge how well a game will run on your system.

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Bluntknife

And they are also needed to see if you will actually like the game.

I see alot of torrents in this games future. 

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nekollx

 Ubisoft's new DRM

Take everyone's money and then hand pick who gets the game they paid for.

 

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Caboose

"Congratulations user! You have just won the completely random Ubisoft DRM lottery! You will get to play $insert_game_name for 1 hour on Thursday September 20, 2013..."

 

-= I don't want to be dead, I want to be alive! Or... a cowboy! =-

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