Jason Bourne is a mysterious sort of character, a secret agent with a cloudy past and the ability to kick lots of ass. He's ripe for the videogame world, and High Moon Studios has focused on bringing the same dramatic film techniques and heart-pounding pace to the interactive realm. The intent here is to recreate the thrill of the cinematic experience, giving players the ability to immerse themselves into a world of espionage and hard-hitting action, blending stealth gameplay with fisticuffs and firefights.
At any given moment you can go from Bourne's improvisational style of martial arts to third-person shooting, and the transitions feel natural. It's the seamless blend between these two styles of combat that make The Bourne Conspiracy feel unique.