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Submitted by TheColbertinator 2219d ago | review

Impulse Gamer : Quantum of Solace Review

Tyrone Williams writes "Graphically, the title is visually impressive on the PS3 with detailed gaming environments and characters. The main character even looks like Daniel Craig and moves with a catlike grace at times. Match that with some great Hollywood style explosions and the like and this is as close as to any of us will get to starring in a James Bond movie. Musically, the title contains the great Bond score which assists in the atmosphere plus a variety of realistic sound effects that compliment the gameplay.

At the end of the day, Quantum of Solace is a sturdy action game with elements of first person and third person shooters. Match that with great graphics and sound effects and this title will draw you in from the very start to the finish. My only gripe are some of the frustrating narrow edges that you must navigate and the sometimes fiddle some camera angles. Add in online play for the PS3 and you'll be Bonding for quite some time!" (James Bond : Quantum of Solace, PC, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360) 8/10

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