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James Bond 007: Blood Stone (PS3)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 reviews from magazines and websites. Comments about the gameplay and single player gameplay are on the whole positive. The story and graphics also get good views. There are some negative views about the AI and multi player mode, while there are some mixed comments about the action.

graphics, story, single player, gameplay

multi player, AI

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 78/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

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James Bond 007: Blood Stone on Playstation 3

 

Simply Shaken and Stirred

Blood Stone is a straightforward and plain 3rd person experience and is hard to recommend beyond a weekend rental. But this weekend rental should be an enjoyable one, although shortly lived.

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James Bond 007: Blood Stone Review

 

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

Solid shooting mechanics and slick melee combat ; Driving sections are a blast ; Great production values ; Globe-trotting story allows for lots of environmental variety

Gets off to a very slow start after the prologue ; Throwaway multiplayer ; Gadget sections are simply filler

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James Bond 007: Blood Stone PS3 Review

 

007 finally returns, however, instead of opting for the silver screen, Bond jumps into our TVs as Bizarre Creations brings us James Bond 007: Blood Stone. Featuring the current incarnation of Bond (Daniel Craig) and the current head of MI5 (Dame Judy...

authentic voice acting using the current generation actor roles ; car sections rather good

average shooter at the core ; multiplayer lobbies generally empty ; one hit kill melee action in MP too annoying

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James Bond 007: Blood Stone (2010)

 

Ian Fleming's immortal vision of testosterone is now starring in a new outing that's bypassed the big, silver screen, opting instead to try and cripple the windpipes of gamers who relish big explosions, fast cars, and faster women. Activision teamed up...

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'Joss' What The 'Dr No' Ordered!

 

Intro Blood Stone is a third person Bond adventure developed by Bizarre Creations and published by Activision. It is the 24th game in the James Bond series although it is not a direct sequel to any game; it is the first game since Everything or...

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Neither shaken nor stirred

 

Im glad I rented this game instead of buying it, as it's just rubbish. It is way too repetitive, short and easy. You just end up running into a given area , hide behind an object, kill maybe 20 enemies with no effort at all, move on, do the same; do a...

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dangerous Daniel

 

Enjoyed it was short driving missions were great online seems good enough too i completed.in two.nights just as good as the previous.James bond games

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James Bond 007: Blood Stone

 

Not a bad title, if not a little short, but still fun. Well worth a rental (just don't buy it as it's not worth the money).

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Mixed feelings

 

Let me start by saying that in some ways this game delivers,but it's the sum of the parts that is disappointing. The graphics and backdrops during gameplay look excellent and have a gritty feel to them,but cutscenes look like something from a PS2....

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