Submitted by phoenixtilt 2439d ago | review

Tiltedscreen.com review of Quantum of Solace (PS3)

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"Unfortunately, the missions can't make such a bold claim; they lack both ideas and execution. The core shooting, using the COD 4, is a delight. Although the set pieces never quite feel as grand as some of the stages of Modern Warfare, there is still a real sense of satisfaction of clearing out a room effectively or timing a grenade just right. There's also a rather excellent cover system, where you get Bond's mush peeping around corners in 3rd person instead of first. Basically the same as the Brothers in Arms cover system, it allows to the player to take stock, reload and pick off enemies more fluently in a fire fight. (Culture, James Bond : Quantum of Solace, PS3) -

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