Video Review of The Bourne Conspiracy

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Posted on July 27, 2008, Shawn Sines Video Review of The Bourne Conspiracy

Seeing is believing in this video review of the spy thriller, The Bourne Conspiracy.

Jason Bourne was last seen diving off a building into the Thames in the hit action movie The Bourne Ultimatum.

But in this game, he’s back with a vengeance – quite literally – with a new storyline and plenty of fisticuffs and gun toting to go with. The game is based on Robert Ludlum’s books, rather than the movies, so although Bourne doesn’t look like Matt Damon, the same action mystery underpins it.

The game looks fantastic on the next-gen consoles – check out the ChannelFlip verdict in this video review.

Gaming Today submitted our own impressions of The Bourne Conspiracy.

Like my colleague, I personally disagree with her opinion on the game. In my own recent review for a different outlet I rated The Bourne Conspiracy as a C+ tops. I agree that the close quarters fighting is great, it’s like taking turns at a square dance, but once guns and ranged combat enters the picture the game starts to fall apart. The camera gets in the way and Bourne isn’t very well developed as a character.

via ChannelFlip

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