Summary: It took me about 3 or 4 days to beat the game and it is basicly just a video game for the movie The Bourne Identity but with some extra stuff added on. The game play was good though. See if you have seen the Bourne Identity Jason is in the ocean at the begining of the movie but in the game it starts of before he is in the ocean and before he ....... wait I'm not going to spoil it so you have to ethier watch the movie or play the game. P.S. My advice play the game first.
Summary: This game is PRETTY AWESOME!!! This game came out in 2008 but I just got my PS3. I had wanted it ever since my friend and I played the demo. I finaly got it and it is INSANE... exept for one thing. YOU HAVE TO DRAW YOUR GUN!!!I mean come on seriously?!?!?!?!?!? But otherwise its fine and most of the time I just keep my gun drawn in combat and just run around using sprint. GET THIS GAME.
Summary: I've owned this game for a long time now but felt I needed to give it a review based on the low compilation "6" rating. Like many, I was initially somewhat apprehensive about getting it when it came out because I am a Bourne fan and didn't think they could do right by the character and by Matt Damon's portrayal of Bourne on the screen, but I have to say that I was happily incorrect. Once I started playing this game I could not, I repeat... could NOT put it down.
Summary: I was skeptical buying this game being a die hard Jason Bourne fan because a lot of games taken from movies and books sometimes don't turn out so well. I wanted this game to measure up to the intensity of the story portrayed in the books and movies. I was pleasantly surprised at the visuals of the game and the fight sequences. The fight scenes are beautifully done and as intense as the visuals in the movie.
Summary: Since the release of The Bourne Identity in 2002, Robert Ludlum's titular amnesiac spy has thrilled movie audiences with fast, brutal combat and tense action sequences. When developer High Moon Studios set out to create a game starring Jason Bourne, it drew on the electric choreography of the movies as well as the robust world of Ludlum's novels.