Game details

Game:
James Bond 007: Blood Stone
AKA
Blood Stone
Genre:
Action
Sub Genre:
Third Person
Release Date (US):
November 2nd, 2010
Release Date (UK):
November 5th, 2010
Players:
1-4
Online Players:
2-16
Developers:
Bizarre Creations
Publisher:
Activision
Rating:
T [Teen]
PSU Rank:
0 of 1166 Games
PSU Rank on PS3:
0 of 0 Games
Additional Information:
Also available on Xbox 360, PC, and DS.

About James Bond 007: Blood Stone

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 a global chase that will have you battling on land, sea and air through Athens, Istanbul, Monaco, and Bangkok. Nothing is what it seems as each adventure reveals a deeper and more sinister conspiracy. A mix of third-person gunplay, hand-to-hand combat and the driving action, James Bond 007: Blood Stone features Daniel Craig, Judi Dench and Joss Stone. The game features various modes and multiplayer mode for up to 16 people. Engage in precise cover-based gameplay and tactical firefights, and speed your way through explosive, adrenalin-fueled driving sequences. Become Bond as he engages in intense hand-to-hand combat and uses his environment to finish off enemies.

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PSU Review Score
6.0
Avg. user review score:
7.7

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Summary

Blood Stone puts the world's favorite spy in a series of action and chase sequences that are exhilarating, but sadly they aren't enough to save this otherwise flat title.

We like

  • Huge Hollywood-style action sequences
  • Driving can feel exciting
  • Bond has some brutal takedowns

We dislike

  • Overly formulaic and choreographed segments
  • No real gadgets
  • Tacked-on multiplayer

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More than fifty years ago, Ian Fleming created a fictitious spy who has graced countless novels, movies, and video games. The name 007 conjures up thoughts of bombs concealed inside of pens, ultra-fast sports cars, shaken (not stirred) martinis, sexy Bond girls, classic British actors, and of course, one of the greatest games of all time—GoldenEye 007 for the Nintendo 64. There’s a remake of sorts for that cla...

James Bond 007: Blood Stone News

  • 007 packs a punch in James Bond: Blood Stone launch trailer

    Activision has unwrapped the official launch trailer for its upcoming 007 outing James Bond: Blood Stone for your consumption. Seen below, the trailer kicks of with scenes of the British secret agent – voiced and modelled after current Bond actor Daniel Craig – taking a battering at t...

  • Bizarre: 007 Blood Stone to offer 'everything a Bond fan will want to see'

    Bizarre Creations’ Nick Davies has stated his belief that the studios’ forthcoming spy extravaganza James Bond: Blood Stone will provide fans of the British secret agent with ‘everything a Bond fan’s going to want to see.’ Speaking during a chinwag with the folks at ...

James Bond 007: Blood Stone Features

  • James Bond: Bloodstone Interview

    At a swanky penthouse suite in London’s MayFair Hotel yesterday (how very Bond,) PSU hooked up with Bizarre Creations, the developer behind the upcoming action adventure, James Bond: Bloodstone. Time was limited, but in between bouts of hands-on play with a Siberian-based driving mission and a...

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