GameSpot: Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy Review

The Bourne Conspiracy shakes off the mantle of disappointment worn by most movie tie-in games and proves itself worthy of entry into the Bourne canon. The exciting and deeply awesome hand-to-hand combat system expertly captures the pugilistic prowess of the 30-million-dollar weapon and, while complemented by serviceable gunplay and rich environments, is reason enough to get in on this conspiracy.

The Good:
-Simple, yet immensely satisfying fisticuffs
-Brutal takedowns
-Tense music and great sound effects
-Captures the excitement of the films
The Bad:
-Gunplay hamstrings replay value
-Collecting passports to unlock boss fights is tedious.

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