Gamedaily writes: "While not outstanding, The Bourne Conspiracy offers a bone-splintering, helicopter incinerating good time.
Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy suffers from Attention Deficit Disorder. Whereas most games give you time to catch your breath, Sierra's action-packed thrill ride continuously plunges you into multiple scenarios filled with jump cuts, explosions and bodies soaring through the air. One second, you're on the run from a bunch of soldiers carrying automatic rifles, and the next, you turn a corner and fight some guy one-on-one before bursting through a window, avoiding sniper fire and then hopping into your MINI Cooper and evading the law. This high intensity gaming combined with the intriguing narrative, makes this a guilty pleasure, despite its annoying flaws."