Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: Blood Stone
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Blood Stone: 007 review (PS3)
26 October 2011
Excerpt: It's difficult to think of a single thing that Blood Stone , the latest 007 game in a long line of 007 games, does wrong. It remains technically polished throughout. It has a reasonable number of stages that span a variety of interesting locations.
Excerpt: James Bond has been around for years now and has spawned quite a few videogames in that time. The new Blood Stone 007 is very similar to some of the first Bond games in that it is an action shooter but they've added some new features, such as driving, just to increase the excitement.
Conclusion: In many ways, Blood Stone is a mediocre title. Graphically, characters look dull and frankly some PS2 and Xbox titles looked better. We don’t see any good side to Daniel Craig, whose low-quality avatar barely resembles the famed actor.
Excerpt: Think fast! When you think 'James Bond video game', what genre comes to mind? Probably first-person shooter, right? Well, Activision recently served that market quite well with their remake of the classic GoldenEye .
Excerpt: A top secret project fallen into the hands of a menacing enemy, a mission so delicate that public exposure would be considered an astronomical catastrophe, a myriad of death-defying feats and obstacles, a daring trip around the globe, one of the baddest secret agents the world has ever known, and of...
Summary: James Bond 007: Blood Stone lures players into an explosive third-person action adventure where they unravel an international conspiracy across exotic locales. Players experience full-throttle, behind-the-wheel action on land and sea while using the most high tech gadgetry known to James Bond 007,...
Conclusion: driving elements. Blood Stone plays quite differently from Quantum of Solace. Developer Bizarre Creations, a studio that made a name for itself in the racing genre with the Project Gotham Series and more recently Blur, takes the helm and offers a game that with solid shooting and top notch driving...