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James Bond 007: Blood Stone- PS3

alaTest has collected and analyzed 42 reviews of James Bond 007: Blood Stone- PS3. The average rating for this product is 2.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. People really like the controls and price. The action and graphics also get good comments, whereas there are some mixed opinions about the gameplay. There are some critical reviews about the single player gameplay and multi player mode.

graphics, action, price, controls

story, multi player, single player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the James Bond 007: Blood Stone- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Ken "ZeroTolerance" McKown (

James Bond 007: Blood Stone


Feels like James Bond: The TV Show. The lack of a new James Bond movie has made me crave some tuxedo action and this month Activision has me filled up...

Solid controls ; Cool car chases ; Great level designs

Ridiculously short ; Where are my gadgets ; Online will be short lived

The lack of a new James Bond movie has made me crave some tuxedo action and this month Activision has me filled up on all things 007. While Wii owners are reveling in the re-imagine Goldeneye (our review coming this week) Xbox 360 and PS3 owners are...

Jan, 2011

Expert review by : Jeff McAllister (

James Bond 007: Blood Stone Review


Fancy tricks and fast cars are no match for generic gameplay.

Car chase sequences, Hovercraft level

Story can be confusing, very short campaign

Jeff McAllister is a Sr. Editor at GameShark and also manages our YouTube Channel . He's also Canadian.

Nov, 2010

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James Bond 007: Blood Stone- PS3


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...

Nov, 2010

Expert review by : Ben Dutka (

James Bond 007: Blood Stone Preview


The next James Bond film is on indefinite hold but fans of the legendary spy needn't despair. The next installment, developed by Bizarre Creations and set to be published by Activision, has been officially revealed as James Bond 007: Blood Stone, and...

As for the racing, one would have to assume it'll be implemented with great skill, primarily due to Bizarre's proven talents in this particular realm. Responsible for the critically acclaimed Blur and Project Gotham Racing series, we'd be quite...

Jul, 2010

Expert review by : Eric (

James Bond 007: Blood Stone


With the James Bond franchise not advancing in the cinema Activision felt it was their duty to publish two 007 games, a remake of the N64 classic GoldenEye and an original game, Blood Stone. Hype as the next Bond movie, Blood Stone is sure to give...

Clocking in at the 5 hour mark, Blood Stone is an interactive 007 movie that just doesn?t have the right fine touches to make it the best Bond game on the market. I think overall the game should not be missed by fans but it does have its fair share of...

Expert review by : Kyle Bell (

James Bond 007: Blood Stone review


Bond is back, but not on the big screen. No, this time he has taken the action to a console near you. James Bond 007: Blood Stone is a PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 title that Activision has released alongside a remake of the classic GoldenEye for Wii. This is...

Ultimately, James Bond 007: Blood Stone is a promising title that fails on many levels. The single-player experience could have been quite amazing had the production value been higher, the graphics been more consistent, and the silly mechanics fixed...

Expert review by : Dene Benham (

James Bond 007: Blood Stone


Bond's the name.

Nov, 2010

Expert review by : Shaun McInnis (

James Bond 007: Blood Stone


Stylish combat and white-knuckle driving make this an enjoyable James Bond adventure, despite some pacing issues.

Nov, 2010

Expert review by : Tristan Ogilvie (

James Bond 007: Blood Stone Review


There's one James Bond game coming out this year that's got 007 fans cocking their golden guns in anticipation. Then there's Blood Stone 007. While Wii and DS owners are being treated to a re-imagining of one of the most beloved console shooters of all...

Blood Stone is not a bad game: it's just a painfully average one. There aren't any majorly broken elements to it, but just because this Stone is relatively polished, doesn't make it a gem. There really isn't anything at all remarkable about it, and...

Nov, 2010

Expert review by : Ian (

James Bond 007: Blood Stone Review


With no new Bond film, and a paid-up licence, and the decision not to put Goldeneye on the more powerful consoles, does this brand new adventure pay off?

Thrilling driving ; Fast-paced ; Nice locations

Graphics ; Contrived plot ; Multiplayer feels tacked on

"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...