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Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy Member Review for the Xbox360

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HoodyMage
06/08/08
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Action 
PLAYERS
PUBLISHER Sierra Entertainment 
DEVELOPER High Moon Studios 
RELEASE DATE  
T Contains Blood, Mild Language, Use of Alcohol and Tobacco, Violence

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This game is an absolute waste of time.  Even if you get the chance to play it for free!  I have to say that some of the action and graphics are very well done and beatiful.  But this is all overshadowed by the extremely simplistic and linear control scheme.  There are about 3 actions you can do in the game, light attack, heavy attack, and shoot.  You can't even f***ing zoom in!!!  The reticle is just a tiny little dot, and enemies have way to much health.  The game is also very short, there are only about 10 or less missions and the whole game will take you a max of 3 hours.  The voice acting is mediocre, and the cut scenes are disgusting.  All the videos you watch will probably make the game look exciting, the game does LOOK exciting, but by no means is the game fun to play after half way through the first mission.  Unless you are dying to know what happened to Jason Bourne before the events of the first movie (there aren't any surprises or twists by the way) then punch any copy of it you see and yell at anyone looking at or playing the game... then go get yourself a pretzel and you will have forgotten all about it.


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