Evil Avatar: Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy Review

Evil Avatar writes: "In the movie The Bourne Identity, Matt Damon's character Jason Bourne asks the question "Who Am I?" In The Bourne Conspiracy from Vivendi, the game is asking the same question. The game, available on the PS3 and 360, is a combination of fighting, driving, shooting, button mashing, quick time events, and narrative that has one asking just what genre of game is this? Whatever genre this is, it's a satisfying one that rarely gets stale in its short, yet action packed, romp.

Robert Ludlum's: The Bourne Conspiracy is supposed to take inspiration directly from the books; though I found it closely resembled the movies said books were based on. With music, camera shots and dialogue that mimic the movies, yet add their own unique style, TheBourne Conspiracy has high production values that put other movie tie-in games to shame. While the main part of the game's story will be familiar to fans of the movies, there are a handful of side missions that dig into Jason's past to help learn about his involvement in the Treadstone Project."

The Good
+ Visceral hand to hand combat that rarely gets old
+ High production values
+ Solid music
+ Fans of the story will be pleased

The Bad
- Some boss battles drag on for a while
- Shooting mechanic a bit floaty

The Ugly
- Short. Quick Time Events aren't for everyone.

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