The gameplay is cinematic and awesome looking but it's also bland.
There's far too much shooting going on in the game in my opinion. I mean it's good gameplay, good controls, but it doesn't fit what I think the Bourne series is. I would have expected a more stealth based game. It does have a lot of fun melee combat but the shooting takes up at least half of the combat.
On top of that, the melee combat itself is really basic. The one thing that saves it is the Take Down meter. This fills up rather quickly and allows you to take out one to three enemies in an awesome in game cinematic with ease.
I think it's worth a rent for anybody that's a big fan of the movies. But there is one thing you should know. It does not span over the trilogy. It's basically just the first movie. I have no idea why the description says it spans over the trilogy.
That was pretty disappointing.
Pretty nice graphics still, they're not impressive but they're solid and good looking.
I had this game on my Game Q for quite awhile, shifting its position from time to time until things lined up right and Game-Fly sent it to me. After playing it I,m not quite sure why its availability was almost always low. I found the game good but not exceptional. I personally prefer shooter games overall, this game did have shooter play thrown in here and there. But by and large this game is a hand to hand combat game. As always I thank Game-Fly for being a business that allows me to play games without having to buy them. I,ve yet to find a reason to regret joining Game-Fly. Thank you Billy P.S. The T rating may account for its low availability status, since not everyone can get or wants to get the M rated games like I do, but on the availability issue I,m just guessing. See Ya!