Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: Blood Stone
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James Bond: Blood Stone
9 June 2012
Excerpt: It’s been two years since the last James Bond movie ‘Quantum of Solace’ was released and as long as MGM remains in financial difficulties it’s unlikely that a sequel will come anytime soon. In the meantime James Bond fans can still entertain themselves with the latest 007 game.
Conclusion: OVERALL ======== This game isnt bad, sure many bad things happen in it but its still a nice average third perso shooter, i must admit i had fun with the multplayer mode for some weeks, its not boring as breach!
Typical 007 uses violence to save us from bio-terrorists.
Common Sense Media
3 February 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that JAMES BOND 007: BLOOD STONE is a "Teen-rated" violent third-person shooter that attempts to present a plausible real-world situation that involves massive killing by people with evil motives.
Summary: Certainly not the worst Bond game I’ve ever played, Bizarre Creations have done a nice job with their first crack at the franchise. I would like to have seen them get another shot at making a Bond game, but it seems Activision has other ideas for Bizarre, sadly.
Conclusion: On a technical level James Bond 007: Blood Stone is a competent third person shooter, however it is a game that really lacks that extra polish that sets games apart. Even for the biggest Bond fans I can only recommend this as a rental, as a little Blood Stone seems to go a long way.
Summary: November 2010 turned out to be the month of 007. After a two year dry spell following 2008’s Quantum of Solace, James Bond has been cooling his heels while MGM sorts out their financial woes, preventing any more films.