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James Bond: Bloodstone (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
3.9 out of 5 stars 82 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B003VYB290
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 13.5 x 1.5 cm ; 159 g
  • Release Date: 5 Nov. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,249 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform:PlayStation 3

James Bond 007: Blood Stone features the likeness and voice talent of Daniel Craig, Joss Stone and Judi Dench and features an epic, original story developed by legendary screenwriter Bruce Feirstein. Players can engage in cover-based firefights, lethal hand-to-hand combat and speed their way through explosive adrenaline-fuelled driving sequences as they embark on a global chase leading to action on land and sea through Athens, Istanbul, Monaco and Bangkok. Gamers can also feel what it is like to be a 00 agent, as they take the battle online in several robust 16-person multi-player modes that require skill, teamwork and strategy as players compete in matches that will have spies battling mercenaries.

 

  • Bond based on Daniel Craig who also voices the role
  • Judi Dench as M
  • Single and Multiplayer game modes
  • Brutal close quarters combat
  • Signature Bond moments
  • High speed aggressive driving


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To be honest, for the RRP this game is far too expensive but for the price it is now it is definetly worth at least considering or buying.

The story: 9/10 Despite what some reviewers say i think that the story is a well thought out one and worthy of a movie itself. There a seven chapters (not levels) generally within each chapter there are 3 15-30 minute levels. Yes some would say that the story mode could be longer but my advice is too simply set the difficulty setting to the 2 highest one which i believe is "Agent" this makes the game far more enjoyable and it lasts a bit longer. On the medium difficulty i completed the game in around 7-8 hours of playtime and i beleive that im quite a good gamer. I liked some of the features like focus aims and the very cool stealth and full on takedowns you can perfrom with Bond. This added something extra into the game and made you think more during situations where there are 5 or 6 people in one room. Who should i use my focus aims on? Should i stealth takedown that man behind cover or start a fire fight? This adds an extra element to the gameplay. Other little things such as slow motion sequences and security camera's that need to be disabled add something extra to what would be without them a basic shooter game. Once you've completed the game you can redo it on "007" difficulty which is even harder than "veteran" on COD 6 there are trophies for completing each chapter aswell as trophies for completing a number of moves within the game for example: 150 takedowns or 100 focus aims. I still believe that the game could be longer but otherwise it's a crisp and well made story.

The graphics: 9/10 very good in my opinion, some of the videos of this game don't really do the graphics enough credit.

The sound: 8.
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Bizarre Creations RIP, the team that brought you the successful `Project Gotham Racing' series is no more. This is in no small part due to the lack of success they had with their last game `James Bond: Blood Stone'. The game is not great, but it's certainly not poor enough to close a company. `Blood Stone' is an all new Bond adventure designed for consoles and sees Daniel Craig's Bond up against a mysterious villain who is after some expensive gems. The adventure sees Bond crossing land and sea to uncover who the Mr Big is and bring the culprit down.

The game is a combination of 80% third person shooter, in the style of `Gears of War', and 20% racing game, in the style of `Stunt Man'. For a racing specialist studio it is bizarre that Bizarre Creations have created a game that has poor driving sections, but decent enough shooting sections. The driving elements are pretty linear and require more trail and error than real skill; no matter how good you are death will occur. The shooting sections are stronger as Bond can use a series of weapons and close combat. By partaking of hand to hand Bond can build up a meter that allows him a series of one hit kills. As this is the new Bond the level of gadgetry is limited to a smart phone that can pick up movement and cameras.

`Blood Stone' is not an awful game, but it lacks any sort of originality to stand out. Like the movie tie-in game `Quantum of Solace' it all feels a little flat. This is not helped by the uncanny looking model of Craig and Joss Stone's almost dead like voice acting. Bond should be a character designed for gaming, but `Blood Stone' has a distinct lack of polish in terms of compelling gameplay. However, with its solid level design, decent enough online multiplayer and graphical fidelity there is enough here for a Bond fans to enjoy if found at a reasonable price.
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Following the relatively disappointing 'Quantum of Solace' game, I held back from buying 'Bloodstone' on release, choosing to pick it up later when the price had dropped. On reflection, had I bought this at the time of release (at a release kind of price level), I wouldn't have been disappointed. 'Bloodstone' is one of the very best Bond games there's ever been. Story and tone-wise, it takes its lead from Daniel Craig's Bond films, offering a grittier take on 007, as he follows a trail of stolen bioweapons and an international network of villains. This is bolstered by the presence of Daniel Craig and Judi Dench as Bond and M, plus Rory Kinnear as Bill Tanner. The array of locations portrayed within the game is very impressive - including Athens, Istanbul and Bangkok - and there's a good balance between third-person action and some pretty challenging sequences in which you get to control a variety of vehicles, including the famous Aston Martin. How you take down your enemies makes a difference, which is nice - if you're able to use stealth and deal with isolated guards without raising the alarm, you can earn enhanced aiming abilities which will come in extremely handy when you find yourself in a major firefight with a large number of villains later on.

How satisfied you'll be with the single player storyline will depend very much on how much of a hardcore gamer, and a Bond fan, you are. Chances are the former will find the game a little short, although I certainly didn't. Your view of the Multiplayer mode will no doubt also be a factor - I found it a little lacking, although as a relative novice, I'm quite sure it could be much more exciting if you got used to it. Overall, though, I can see 'Bloodstone' appealing to the Bond audience a great deal, moreso than veteran gamers - and that's no bad thing. It's a very well constructed game which emulates the feel of a modern-day 007 film, and one that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend.
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