Summary: pros - voice acting in cut scenes - game play was somewhat fun - most bond aspects were in the game cons - controls are clunky and take time to get used to - car chases/stealth missions were lackluster - not much replay value
Summary: Leave it to N Space to make a solid shooter for the DS. Blood stone is a solid shooter/action game but the three biggest offensces are it's short,forgetable, and predcitable.. One big complament i can give this game is it never slows down (expect a mission were you have to take photos and do a puzzle or a mini game) your always running and shoting, stealth, and driving.
Summary: I really like Bond games, but this one frustrates me. I've only just started playing it, and already there are problems. First off, Bond's trying to sneak around an area in Istanbul, and he's yakking on his phone while in enemy territory. That would be stupid even for a novice MI6 agent. But when the action starts, if Bond should run out of ammo, he'll put his gun away and not take it back out, even if he picks up a dead enemy's rounds.
Summary: My wife was nice enough to buy me a DSi XL for Christmas. So, I headed out to Gamestop to find a game to break it in with. I was planning to get another game when this one caught my eye. I have heard that Golden Eye was pretty good on DS, so I gave this one a try. I really liked the controls on this game. The hand to hand fighting is good also. The driving levels gave you a couple of options for control. Both were pretty decent. The Boss fights were challenging.
Summary: Bought this as a present for my son. Great price and arrived in good time for the big day. Game seems to be enjoyable as my son keeps wanting to show me various screens. Kept him quiet so must be good.
Summary: Bloodstone DS was released along side the new 007 Goldeneye game on the Wii and DS. It is a completely new Bond adventure, the first 007 game not based off of a movie since 'Everything or Nothing' over 4 years ago and it was produced by 'n-space' the same DS production company that created the brilliant Call of Duty DS line.