The Bourne Conspiracy by Sierra is one of those games that provokes immediate red flags in a buyer's mind. For one, it's a hybrid game attempting to blend a myriad amount of popular gametypes into one game… usually, this ends badly.
Secondly, it's a movie license adaptation, and those typically fare worse. It's no surprise given the track record of these two types of games that this one would be approached with trepidation.
Surprisingly, this title delivers a compelling and engaging experience despite not reaching the heights it was aiming for. It helps that the license is a good one to bring to a gaming platform, as the action and pace of the movie lends itself very well to a prototypical action game. It also helps to have Unreal-engine powered graphics.