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Submitted by Columbo 2148d ago | review

Variety: Quantum of Solace Review

Forget cool cars, hot girls, martinis and anything to do with spying: James Bond has become Rambo. Activision's videogame adaptation of "Quantum of Solace" forgoes secret agenting in favor of dropping 007 into a standard first-person shooter and having him mow down hundreds of anonymous goons. It's a decent action game, but doesn't remotely capture the spirit of its source material. Moreover, it falls well short of the year's best shooters, meaning it's unlikely to shake many gamers or stir 007 fans. (James Bond : Quantum of Solace, PC, PS2, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360) -

Th3 Chr0nic  +   2148d ago
Im sorry but i will never take any game review from variety or New York Times seriously. I just dont see those uppity bastards as knowledgeable game critics or carring enough to hire someone that does.

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