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Submitted by Columbo 2262d ago | review

Gaming Excellence: Quantum of Solace Review

Movie tie-in games usually suck, but the gold standard is arguably the 1997 N64 release Goldeneye, based on the Pierce Brosnan James Bond flick of the same name. Based on this combined pedigree, the newest 007 film tie in, Quantum of Solace, had a fighting chance.

Pros:
* As far as movie tie-ins go, it's not that bad
* It's cool to see James Bond relevant again
* Some decent shooter sequences

Cons:
* Feels low budget
* Context-sensitive cover has issues
* Doesn't do justice to the source material (James Bond : Quantum of Solace, PS3, Xbox 360) 6.4/10

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