Submitted by BenCrazy424 1700d ago | review

Classic Game Room: Blood Stone 007 for the DS Review

"Although 2004′s Everything or Nothing was not a very popular James Bond game, it was hailed by critics as one of the best Bond games ever made. The game used a 3rd-person perspective, and focused on stealth and martial arts. Blood Stone 007 for the Nintendo DS is very similar to that game. Blood Stone is a very different game than GoldenEye, which was released at the same time, and it offers an experience that is unique for the DS platform."-Gabe Gurwin (James Bond 007: Blood Stone, Nintendo DS) -

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