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Review: Blood Stone

GoldenEye 007 for the Wii wasn’t the only Bond game to come out this holiday season. No, the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 also got their dose of Bond in the form of an original Bond adventure called Blood Stone. Since the day these two ...

 
 
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Rumor: Singularity dev working on 'stealth' Bond title

According to James Bond website MI6, Singularity developer Raven Software is currently working on a stealth-based title based in the Bond universe. The rumor goes that wrk on the Bond title was halted earlier this year, as the Raven team wa...

 
 
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Review: GoldenEye 007 (Wii)

Let’s get this out of the way first: no game will ever be GoldenEye 007 for the Nintendo 64. The unique combination of advancements in technology, controls, gaming and culture are not going to collide like that ever again. It was a re...

 
 
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NYCC: GoldenEye 007 and Blood Stone playable

Activision will have GoldenEye 007 and James Bond 007: Blood Stone playable at New York Comic-Con this weekend. Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions will also be at Activision's booth. On top of the games, there will also be giveaways. Fans wi...

 
 
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GoldenEye 007 devs talk villains, weapons and choices

Here's a developer diary on the new GoldenEye 007 for Wii. Executive Producers David Wilson and Julian Widdows talk about the weapons you'll have to choose from in multiplayer as well as the choices players will be able to make i...

 
 
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James Bond will be getting physical in Blood Stone

Activision sent over another trailer for 007: Blood Stone focused on the combat elements featured in the upcoming game. I don't think the intent here was to highlight the differences between stealthy and aggressive play, which is good...

 
 
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Bond's classic villains strut their stuff

One of the things serverly lacking from almost every Bond game after GoldenEye 007 was the ability to play as some of Bond's classic nemesis. Did it make much of a difference unless you were being a douche and playing as Oddjob? Not really...

 
 
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Hands-on: GoldenEye 007 for the Wii and DS

The Nintendo64 had some great games, but they were always few and far between, especially in the early days. That was a big problem for Nintendo's last cartridge-based console, until Rare came out with GoldenEye 007, that is. Who cared if ...

 
 
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New Blood Stone diary highlight's Daniel Craig's profile

Daniel Craig has a fantastic profile. Don't believe me? Check out the first few seconds of this James Bond 007: Blood Stone developer diary. Watch it yet? Killer profile, right? In his latest video, developers from Bizarre Creations talk a...

 
 
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James Bond goes to Istanbul in Blood Stone

If you're a major city and you find out that James Bond is coming for a visit it's probably good idea to take out some insurance on things blowing up and plenty of people dying. Wherever the dashing spy goes stuff gets destroyed, and that ...

 
 
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GoldenEye 007 devs talk reworking the game

We've already talked in depth today about GoldenEye 007 thanks to our recent interview on the game, but maybe you weren't quite sure about exactly how the game was being reworked. Developer interview video to the rescue! Above you will fin...

 
 
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Interview: Talking the rebirth of GoldenEye 007

Bond is back, and this time he's back in two new games. One of them is an entirely new venture in the form of Blood Stone the other is a relaunch of one of the most iconic games ever made, GoldenEye 007. While the former is terribly excitin...

 
 
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No DLC for GoldenEye 007

After having it bluntly confirmed that GoldenEye 007 would indeed have no DLC whatsoever, I struggled with whether or not to top this story off with our intrepid hero, Captain Obvious. On the one hand games on the Wii just don't get DLC, bu...

 
 
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Here's the reason why GoldenEye 007 is on the Wii

It seems that porting/updating GoldenEye for a "next-gen" system has pretty much been a major demand of gamers since companies started porting and revamping old games for new systems. And since that day people have been arguing over which s...

 
 
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Activision: Bond games are just as important as the films

With the next Bond film dead in the water until MGM gets its act together, the world isn't going to be getting any new Bond action for quite some time (even Jeffery Deaver penned book is a good ways off). Except in the form of a videogame;&...

 
 
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Over analyzing: Blood Stone's opening credits

Get ready for some Bond minutia. I doubt most of you will care. Above you'll find the opening credits to the upcoming Bond game Blood Stone with Bond girl and singer Joss Stone performing the opening song. As you most likely know these are...

 
 
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New trailer for Blood Stone races in

From what we learned at gamescom there is absolutely no reason not to start getting really excited over Blood Stone. I mean, I already was really excited because it's Bond, but now everyone else can be really excited because it looks like ...

 
 
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GC 10: Blood Stone has a license to kill

The second helping of Bond from Activision at gamescom nearly caused me to shatter my teeth. During a tense hands-on with the game's driving section, I had to put my pen in my mouth so I could hold the controller, a poor decision ...

 
 
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GC 10: Serious deja vu in GoldenEye 007

It's been thirteen years since one of the most celebrated console shooters, GoldenEye 007, was released on the Nintendo 64. Since then, we have had a sub-par, sort-of sequel in GoldenEye: Rogue Agent and people arguing about whether the ori...

 
 
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GC 10: Drooling because of Blood Stone 007

The first time I heard about Blood Stone 007 was in a random tweet that mentioned that it was announced. I got all excited since I thought it would be a new movie and, to be honest, was kinda let down when I came to know that it was "just"...

 
 
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GoldenEye reminds us what split-screen looks like

"GoldenEye is back. Get your friends." This. This is why I'm excited for GoldenEye on the Wii (well, being a massive Bond fan helps too). I'm not sure if I'll be able to recapture the magic that my friends and I had sitting in our parent's...

 
 
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GC 10: Checking out the re-imagined GoldenEye for the Wii

This one is quite a touchy subject. One could argue that this is a big case of retro goggles but all of us (well, most of us) love the original GoldenEye for the N64 and remember it fondly. A big pack of balls is needed to take on the re-i...

 
 
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GoldenEye 007 coming with golden classic controller pro

If you've ever dreamed of being the man with the golden gun, then tough sh*t, you have rubbish dreams. Still, you can be the man with the golden Classic Controller Pro, which has less of a ring to it but is a far more achievable goal. ...

 
 
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Here's a load of GoldenEye 007 stuff to look at

Can't wait to play GoldenEye 007 on your shiny white Wii? Well tough, because you're going to have to. In the meantime, however, we have some screens and a video for you to gawp at like a brainless guppy, so why not do that to pass the tim...

 
 
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SDCC: First look at James Bond 007: Blood Stone

007 seems fresh now that Bizarre Creation has got their hands on it. I got to check out James Bond 007: Blood Stone last night and came away with the feeling that Bond is in good hands. The preview had a surprise ending that I'll ruin r...

 
 


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