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  • James Bond 007: Blood Stone (PS3)
  • Daniel Craig is back, in a computer game adventure without a film to back it up.
  • The driving sections are visually stunning.
  • And the melee combat is satisfying.
  • But overall too much of the game is bland and uninspiring, such as the gadget sections.

James Bond 007: Blood Stone (PS3)

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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 la...

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Solid driving sections, some good gameplay mechani...

Unacceptably short campaign, woeful multiplayer, u...

Like any self-respecting global mega franchise, every James Bond film nowadays is accompanied without fail by a video game that launches itself onto shop shelves around about the time that the movie is released. Yet unusually Bond games are never pre judged as mediocre and dismissed out of hand...

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Solid and entertaining gameplay, Felt like a 007 m...

Some annoying driving sections, Nothing truly uniq...

Since the outstanding 007 game known as Goldeneye, various producers and game makers have attempted to create a game that surpassed the classic, all to no avail. Blood Stone is another one of those games. However, i believe that, although the past few 007 games weren't as good as Goldeneye, i...

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