G4TV: James Bond 007: Blood Stone Review

Unfortunately, the developers have taken the interactive movie concept too far, offering plenty of popcorn thrills, but little in the way of satisfying gameplay. Blood Stone's six hour campaign will surely scratch your Bond itch, and its entertaining multi-player modes might even pull you from Halo's and Call of Duty's frontlines for a weekend. But like a pea-shooter painted gold, Blood Stone's more style than substance.

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