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James Bond 007: Blood Stone - Playstation 3

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
78 customer reviews
Metascore: 65 / 100

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  • Blood Stone, an explosive third-person action/adventure game from critically acclaimed developer Bizarre Creations, features Daniel Craig, Judi Dench and Joss Stone in an original story from the writer of GoldenEye and Tomorrow Never Dies.
  • Your 00 status has you battling through land, sea and air in exotic international locations such as Athens, Istanbul, Bangkok and Monaco in a wide variety of environments including city streets, rooftops, casinos, oil refineries, dams and even hovercrafts
  • Become Bond using authentic combat maneuvers such as punches, kicks, grabs, throws and the environment to finish off enemies with a fighting style inspired by a blend of martial arts
  • Use offensive driving techniques to speed, reverse and handbrake-turn your way through explosive driving sequences on land and sea, doing whatever it takes to stay alive and reach your destination
  • Trust No One: The UK's biggest secret is about to fall into the wrong hands. Nothing is what it seems as you track an enemy who cannot be seen
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Platform: PlayStation 3

An international conspiracy has placed the UK’s most secretive bio-chemical project into deadly hands, and only Her Majesty’s most lethal agent, James Bond, can unravel the mystery. To navigate through layers of corruption, you, as Bond, will embark on a global chase that will have you battling on land, sea, and air through Athens, Istanbul, Monaco, and Bangkok. Nothing is what it seems as each adventure reveals a deeper and more sinister conspiracy. Engage in precise cover-based gunplay and tactical firefights, and speed your way through explosive adrenaline-fueled driving sequences. Become Bond as he engages in intense hand-to-hand combat and uses his environment to finish off enemies. Take the battle online in a 16-person multiplayer mode that requires skill, teamwork and strategy as you compete in matches that will have spies battling mercenaries. In the fight to prevent the world’s most dangerous weapon from falling into the wrong hands, you’ll need to be the ultimate secret agent.

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 2, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,156 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Steven W. Johnston on November 7, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
With MGM fighting bankruptcy, the next Bond film will be a long wait ahead. Gladly, they pushed out Blood Stone to make some sort of revenue. I had low expectations for this game, honestly. But this game took some liberties, and without a movie to restrict the game's story, production designers had a lot of freedom.

The gameplay is 3rd person. I couldn't help thinking of the awful Tomorrow Never Dies gaming from the PSOne era when reading this on the game info. The contols are very solid for a shooter. Activision went with a shoot/cover scheme simular to Rainbox Six series. The firefights emphisise keeping cover and taking time for that critical shot, spray and pray gunstyle gets you killed terribly quick. There's also an added melee feature that has Bond perform CQC on enemies within an arms reach. I've found this feature to be the most entertaining. You're constantly pushing forward toward your objective, with an enemy attempting to block your path you can smoothly take him down and not miss a beat on your sprint. A very Bond move not really attempted in previous games. On a side note, the game is visually amazing. The ambiance in the background is polished off well.

And for the not so great. The game wants so hard to incorporate the Bond vehicle chase sequences, which could have been more refined before the game's release. Driving controls are very sluggish. I've attempted to get the driving physics down, but still can quite make the smooth drifting turns the game simply instructs. These driving controls are my only real complaint about the game. Thankfully, they took the time to really smooth out the rest of the gameplay. I also understand this is not a driving game and not the primary selling point, but if it's going to be put in the final product, it should be done well.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Steven Herring on December 5, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
Yes I do believe that James Bond Bloodstone is the 2010 Game of the Year. It excels in every aspect and is an amazing thrill ride. The game plays a lot like many other third person shooters namely Uncharted, because there are some jumps and ledges for Bond to climb around to kill his enemies in this installment. These little added platforming sequences add some great depth to the already stable shooter mechanics. Added as well are driving missions. These are done extremely well by the developers behind Project Gotham Racing. They look great and the cars handle with some great precision. After all what is James Bond without some car chases. There isn't an over abundance of them but they are of great quality and add the movie-like experience that Bond fans want.

The graphics are a lot better than I expected. Some areas look better than others but overall the game is gorgeous. There are also quite a few cut scenes which is rare for a Bond game. They are well done and add even more to that movie-like feel the developers strived for. Daniel Craig along with Judi Dench lend there voices and it really adds to your feeling of actually controlling Bond.

There are both stealth missions and full out action ones. Also in the stealth missions you can just kill everything and not be stealthy at all if you wish. You use your smart phone to hack cameras and computers and it is your tried and true gadget of choice. Most of the time you have to do a quick time event to hack the electronic device. These QTE events are fun and done pretty well. There nothing extraordinary but they do make you earn the use of your gadget.

The game uses a cover system that woks rather well. You can easily switch cover and guide along it in order to position yourself to kill the target.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Evan Foley on December 27, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
Again looking for something that would perhaps stack up to Goldeneye 007 for N64, I read some good reviews for this game, and eventually got Bloodstone for Christmas. I was pleased to see that the controls were similar to Resident Evil and previous Bond games on the PS2. While I was sucked into the storyline, I completed the game in an extremely short period of time.

One other thing that I look at is re-playability, or the tasty challenges one can complete that keep you playing once the game has been beaten - Blood Stone wasn't much for this at all. Ugh.

The levels are pretty straight-forward, although one can get lost without the smartphone Bond is provided which literally needs to guide you to certain points in the level. In my opinion, this should come through a gamer's intuition.

Good graphics
Daniel Craig and Judy Dench star
Decent multiplayer over PS3 network
Joss Stone as a Bond Girl? cool

Auto-regenerating health (cop-out in my opinion)
Short storyline - completed in 2 days
Not challenging - my longest impasse was 4 deaths, not on bosses.
Bosses too easy
You can only possess 2 weapons at a time, one being the PP7

My best advice... if you have a PS2 or an earlier PS3 which plays PS2 games as well, pick up EVERYTHING OR NOTHING - closest thing to Goldeneye 007 in my opinion with TONS of re-playable challenges and rewards.

I'll read comments under this review... if you have any questions, ask!
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