“It’s always very nerve-racking when you release a demo, right? It’s like the first time you’re basically naked in front of everyone when they get to play the game.”Splinter Cell: Conviction will release for the Xbox 360 and PC on April 9th.
“What’s interesting in the demo is that it really showcases one aspect of the game that’s really strong, and it’s the emergent AI. You know, there’s a lot of replay value because of our AI,” he further added."
“Because it’s not scripted you can really play the way you want and the AI’s going to react to whatever you’re doing. So you can try to play a little bit more stealth, or a little bit less stealth if you’re less into that. So I think for that side the feedback was great.”
Wednesday, 7 April 2010
Splinter Cell: Conviction creative director Max Beland has admitted the launch of the demo for title was nerve-racking, describing the feeling as being naked in front of everyone: