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James Bond 007: Blood Stone Review
6 December 2010
Summary: " James Bond 007: Bloodstone " is another missed opportunity for Bizarre, and I wonder where they are going as a studio now. Since their triumphant move to Activision, it seems like everything has taken a worrying dive, with Blur being good, but not great, and Bloodstone being very average.
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,...
Excerpt: Due to MGM’s financial woes, the James Bond film franchise was placed on hold, but that hasn’t stopped game licence holder Activision in making games based on the super spy. Indeed, not only has the publisher released a single Bond game, but they released two on the very same day: GoldenEye 007...
Conclusion: Overall: 7.5/10 - Good i cant be bothered giving this game a full detailed review as it really doesnt deserve it. for me this is possibly the worst DBZ game out there. dont get me wrong, graphics are spot on (what you'd expect from the series if you;ve played DBZ games before on other formats)...
Conclusion: There's a lot of fun in there, a lot to explore and unlock. It's easy to pick up right from the off and won't scare you away like many other fighting games out there. The five difficulty levels ensure a massive challenge for those who can look past the annoyances and you'll certainly feel like...
Excerpt: Dragonball Z is basically a Japanese anime, complete with crazy fighting scenes, spiky haired characters and weird super power. For those that know it this game will undoubtably be another hit.
Excerpt: It's not really my thing to knock on a classic from the Nintendo 64 era, but let's face facts: Goldeneye 007 (in its original state) hasn't aged well. In its time, it was a landmark title that made first-person shooting more viable on a console than ever before.
Excerpt: To its fans Dragonball Z makes perfect sense. It's classic Japanese anime, with bonkers fighting scenes, spiky haired warriors and earth shattering super powers. To everyone else it's just a bit mental.
Excerpt: Atari has recently released their latest videogame version of the long running Japanese anime Dragon Ball Z. Aptly titled Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit, this newest game is out on both the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. I recently reviewed the PS3 version, and the Xbox 360 is basically a carbon copy.