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James Bond:Bloodstone (PS3) £14.99 @ Play.com
James Bond:Bloodstone (PS3) £14.99 @ Play.com

James Bond:Bloodstone (PS3) £14.99 @ Play.com

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not a great game but heat added for the price, its abt time it dropped

Thanks ross2789.

Had some fun online multiplayer games using a borrowed Blu-ray Disc in the last few weeks; time to buy my own I think!

The story/campaign mode is enjoyable as well, but I'm particular impressed with the multiplayer location designs.

BFN,

fp.

tdk2bu

not a great game but heat added for the price, its abt time it dropped



it was £13.99 a week or 2 back.

Banned

Actually disappointed in the game big let down

V short missions, character graphics remind me of melted candle wax

Gameplay is ok


Quantum of solace is so much better, even goldeneye on the wii is much better

Good price shame I cant say the same about the game

alright game worth £15

Good game but flawed. Bugs are rife and the most serious one is encountered if you play it on an imported PS3. There is a sequence where Bond uses his smartphone to disable a security camera but the game assumes X is the action button (as is the case on all PAL consoles). On imported PS3's, this closes the mini-game and there is no way past it.

Activision have been aware of this bug since the day of release but have still done nothing to patch it. The closest they come to a fix is to tell you to change the PS3's controller mapping, far easier said than done (involves installing an FTP server to the PS3 and other murky stuff that shouldn't be done by someone who doesn't know what they are doing).

Rant over.

KazzyTI

Good game but flawed. Bugs are rife and the most serious one is … Good game but flawed. Bugs are rife and the most serious one is encountered if you play it on an imported PS3. There is a sequence where Bond uses his smartphone to disable a security camera but the game assumes X is the action button (as is the case on all PAL consoles). On imported PS3's, this closes the mini-game and there is no way past it.Activision have been aware of this bug since the day of release but have still done nothing to patch it. The closest they come to a fix is to tell you to change the PS3's controller mapping, far easier said than done (involves installing an FTP server to the PS3 and other murky stuff that shouldn't be done by someone who doesn't know what they are doing).Rant over.



Why did you buy a Japanese console?

BFN,

fp.

Amazon have matched at £14.99 if youre like me and prefer them

Amazon offering £14.99 voucher for this game.
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