Summary: Not the greatest game, but it has it's moments like stealth takedowns, shootable items, and "Bourne instinct". However, I would like to have seen some different fighting controls, you can only use the circle, triangle, and square. Sometimes it feels kind of like a Mortal Combat game.
Summary: This game is a fun mixture of the Bourne Identity movie and some added plot points. The shooting has impact but not perfect. The hand to hand combat scenes are repetitive and are really just a nuisance in the story. Game is a bit short but satisfying. The cinematics are some of the best I've ever seen.
Summary: I really liked all of the Bourne movies. When I saw this game, all I could think was "Buy It". First of all this game can be really challenging. Your enemies are REALLY hard to kill with guns. But are easy to kill with you fists of fury. When you get in a fire fight it feels really bland and is not fun at all. When you punch someone and smash their face into a mirror it is fun at first, but gets boring.
Summary: Galactics did a great job with this product. Sold as advertised and would buy from them again. As for the game itself, its fun if you're a Bourne fan. Otherwise you'll get bored fast with the linear storyline and repetitive playstyle for non fans.
Summary: I supposed i wouldn't have enjoyed this game half as much had i not been such a Bourne film saga fan, but fact is Bourne's films are very palpable in the story line. The character itself has very little to do with Matt Damon's character in the film. The are no emotional burdens and very little mystery since you've probably see the Bourne Identity already.
Summary: I had been waiting to buy this game for a while. When I finally did I found it disappointing. Considering it's on the PS3 I expected the graphics to be better. They are fairly grainy and appear to have been more suited for PS2 or even PS-One. The gameplay is interesting but unless you play on Assasin level is not really much of a challenge. I was able to beat the medium level within a few hours of play.
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13 November 2008
Summary: Bourne Conspiracy is in essence the video game version of the first Bourne Identity movie, with a few extra situations thrown in. There are some great cinematics - but a few gameplay issues as well. First, the good. The fight scenes in the game are fairly impressive looking. You interact with the environment, weave back from kicks, and it looks immersive. If you're a fan of the story / movie, it's fun going into the scenes and then delving beyond it as well.
Summary: This game's rating falls badly due to the terrible boss battles. But I'll get to that in a minute. The cinematic presentation of The Bourne Conspiracy is actually very good. They did a great job of capturing the feel of the movies with that unique style of fancy camera work (the moving camera with quick edits). And really, that's what saves this game from being just average. The graphics in some areas are impressive.
Summary: I should mention that this game was given to me as a birthday present together with my PS3. I hadn't played video games in a long time and really only got the PS3 becasue we wanted a blu-ray player and figured why not get the PS3 since it's pretty much the same price. So the first game I got to play is this one, so I'm not sure if I can be totally thorough in comparing it to other games on this system but here is my impression: I've had it for a couple of weeks and have...
Summary: I though from the videos i saw in XBOX Live that this game will be a hit. But, Honestly its actually not that good to play, really really boring. let me explain: in terms of graphics it is so smooth and sharp that you feel like you're playing a movie but its not special on Weapon selection, combat style, fighting combos isn't much and even the story script is poor to give an interest to (though I like Born Movies).