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Submitted by vortis 1311d ago | review

James Bond 007: Blood Stone Review - Bright Hub

Bright Hub "Designed as a third-person stealth, action-shooter, Blood Stone is an ambitious attempt at doing something different but in a very muted way. The game contains some fairly interesting features but all of them pale in comparison to what Electronic Arts already accomplished with the greatest 007 game ever made: Everything or Nothing." (James Bond 007: Blood Stone, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 3/5

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