Bourne fans will like it, others will just want to rent it
16 December 2010
Summary: As I mentioned in the title, the majority of casual and even big time gamers will not find this game to be worthy of a purchase because it's a rather short game with little replay value, but it is definitely worth renting. A big reason why I bought the game was because I'm a big fan of the movies and the books. That's not to say it's a bad game with nothing to offer. No, this game is actually pretty entertaining and well made.
Summary: This is really an incredible game. The gameplay throughout is so fast paced making me feel that I was in a real action movie. The music score for this game is very enlightening as well. I admire Paul Oakenfold as a great musician. I like everything about this game truly. Most people may have suspected its quality thinking it's going to be another movie game without much substance. In fact, the game offers much more than you may expect.
Summary: I decided to give this game a try after watching a positive review online some time ago, where they talked about the fun and simplistic brawling mechanics. overall, the game is a decent action game which has elements of all kinds, shooting, brawling, driving, sneaking. Less so much of the latter two. And the shooting is a little sticky sometimes.
Excerpt: The Bourne collection of movies have been one of my favourite set of films ever since the first one was released. Although it's not such a new game I recently got the chance to buy Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy for PS3 at a rather reasonable price and I wisely took the offer. The Bourne Conspiracy was developed by High Moond Studios and is rated 16+.