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!
I'm going to be critical with this, so if you like the game, just take into consideration why I'm saying the things I'm bringing forward in this review. After beating this title in a matter of 2 days (Could of been a few hours if I played straight through it without breaks), the game has potential (It could of been a great experience), BUT there's so many holes with it. The way the story is presented is so amateurish (kind of like a really stripped down Indigo Prophecy/Fahrenheit, the difference is that game presented their story well), the dialogue is so predictable, & the combat gets soooo boring & dragged out. I don't even feel challenged after awhile, every mission is exactly the same format. Find this thing/guy, kill the boss, & escape. That simple. The story also happens way too fast. It goes from one thing to the next, with little explanation as to why or down time. Before you can grasp what the last cut-scene showed, you're already put into the next part of the story. You're given the information you need in order to understand the basic plot of the game, but it can be very hard to interpret right away. One more thing, there's no trophies for the PS3 version. You get to unlock extras for accomplishing tasks as it says in the game, but it's not in a trophy format. For me, I like to level up with my PSN, so that was sort of a huge turn-off from the beginning. Overall, it's not worth the money or time, I just played it because I'm a big fan of the Bourne series. I gave it a 2 instead of the lowest possible rating of 1, only because the graphics are pretty good. I think that deserves a complimentary star.