That didn’t take long.
Building on the age old adage of “if you build it, they will crack it”, the PC version of Splinter Cell: Conviction has been tinkered with to remove all that pesky copy protection just four days after the game hit shelves. SKIDROW, the same group of “consumer activists” that cracked the DRM for Assassin’s Creed II last week, are also responsible for this crack. So, once again, the only people that get screwed by intrusive and useless DRM are the people actually paying to play the game. Go capitalism! (thanks, Razvan!)