Splinter Cell: Conviction has had a rough time of late. From rumours of it having a major overhaul and the design team returning to the drawing board, to the inevitable delay that we heard last year, but since then ... absolutely nothing. Nothing but static.

Recently however the official Splinter Cell: Conviction page has been updated after what seems like an age with the message "If you have any information on Sam Fisher please report it here" with "here" leading to the Ubi forums. So it's clear, our man Fisher is still a wanted man.

In addition, at the bottom of the page there is also a cryptic clue ("vomacoifinnocnt") and a small image of what looks like a map.

If that wasn't enough, Ubisoft were busy Twittering "vomacoifinnocnt" this morning, the same cryptic message that exists on the bottom of the Splinter Cell: Conviction page. Any ideas what it is folks? All we can really make out is if innocent at the end. Virtual cookies for all correct answers.

So with the title being shown on GameTrailers this week, the constant teasing from Ubi, and E3 just around the corne; could Splinter Cell: Conviction be one of the featured titles at the show? I guess only time will tell, but we hope so.

Ubisoft haven't set down thier E3 line-up at the time this was published but we can't imagine that it's far away. In the meantime, don't forget to follow my Twitter account ... go on, you know you want to.

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