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007: Blood Stone (James Bond)

Released on 05 November 2010

Rating: 16+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (45 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Comment: Brand new and sealed. Game in English (cover and manual in French). Delivery time is 1-2 weeks. This game is multilanguage and can be played in English, French, German. Free delivery worldwide! No shipping to Malta, Cyprus or Norway.

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The UK's top secret biochemical project has fallen into enemy hands. Only one man can unravel the sinister goal and defeat those behind it: Bond... James Bond.

  • Brutal close quarters combat
  • Signature Bond moments
  • High speed aggressive driving

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 Average rating (45 reviews)

 Shaken but not stirred!!!

| | See all ZOMBIENATIONZ's reviews (145)

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Even though this game has had a pretty good panning by the critics and reviews have not been great i like the Bond franchise, so thought what the heck lets give it a go.
Im very glad i did.
I actually enjoyed the first game "Quantum of Solace" and this is pretty much a similar one.
The graphics are a step up from that release, but not a huge one.
The one foot sections are good with some detailed levels and complex layouts, but varying detail on the textures.....some sections are awesome but others appear rushed with little detail which is disappointing.......for example the casino with its lovely night time views and marble floors are the opposite to some of Athens rough texture work.
The vehicle sections are fun if a little frustrating to control at times......the graphics here seem to have had more care with good fx especially the water levels, there are some real standout moments like the hovercraft and highway chase scenes!
Sound wise it is good although some of the speech seems a little muffled and low volume wise.
The score by Richard Jacques deserves a mention as it captures the power of the best John Barry tracks, it really fits the bill here.
Playability is strong with a good Bond vibe running through it, though think more modern gadget-less Bond than the old style.

Multiplayer seems to have a good community with 3 online game modes, my favourite is the straight forward team deathmatch with levelling up on weapons and uniforms etc.
It is a fun departure from the single player.

Overall a good game which misses out on the 5 stars simply due to lazy programming around the graphics and lack of continuiety with them etc, with more work this could and should have looked a stunner given Bizarre Creations previous pedigree in FPS and driving games.

Still though, its really strong and well worth a blast!!!!!

 Bridges the gap, waiting for Bond 23...

| | See all bl0f3ld's reviews (9)

As a devoted (more likely to be called a Bond Geek!) Bond fan, I happily admit that I would buy anything with the 007 logo on it and being a gamer, means when the two come together= Good times.
I liked the QoS game and could immediately see that Activision wanted to be true to Bond this time, this is not just a Bond game, it is Daniel Craigs Bond game. It has the modern, fast moving and gritty pace that the films reboot have adapted to.

Obviously having key characters reprising their movie roles in game also adds to the authenticity.

You can steamroller through, performing bone snapping, face breaking takedowns with bullets spraying everywhere, or take a more stealthy approach with silenced pistol taking precision shots. Either way, a real sense of actually playing as James Bond is achieved by the game makers.

The driving sequences are action packed and the cars are responsive, although this was your basic get from A to B fodder, crashes or wrong turns do not really hinder you getting to the goal. (if you want a challenge, gain the trophies).

The music, storyline, baddies and gadgets are all here, everything you want from a Bond experience.

Why this game loses a star in my opinion is for two reasons; James Bond cannot crouch! How hard can this basic manoeuvre be for the developers, when going for stealth it is frustrating that you do so well, only to be seen by a guard/henchman simply because you could not crouch! And secondly, the graphics, it seems that it was decided a bit of cell shading will cover over the cracks/lack of detail. The gameplay appears to be more detailed than the cutscenes. Although it is not so ugly that it will affect the game, it is obvious that the full power of the PS3 is not being used. This would probably have looked just as good on the Playstation 2 at the end of its glorious run.

All in all 007: Blood Stone is a great game and bridges the gap while we patiently wait for Bond 23. (Hopefully!).

 bond in a sweater vest

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i cant deny this looks an ok game but its just daniel craigs face and his sweater vest that ruins it for me

 blood stone luved it

| | See all dazzlerbrain14's reviews (1)

really gd game , great graphics great shooting and the car chases are amazing. not the longest game ive played completed in about 7 hours but then it has online which is ok so overall really gd game

 Short but Brill

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Brill game although very short, finished on easy mode in about 4 hrs, now playing on 007 mode and collecting all items for trophies, god bless the trophy system cos this game wouldnt be worth the asking price. Good online games and in third person mode, all game mode actions used online like cover and focus shot which is AWESOME by the way. So lovley game cracking graphics, awesome car chasings, and a real challange on 007 mode.

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Rating16+ (PEGI)