Gamespy gives Bourne 4/5 in first review

By Patrick Garratt, Saturday, 31 May 2008 09:55 GMT

Gamespy’s posted the first review of The Bourne Conspiracy, giving the Sierra action title 4/5. From the site:

Whether or not you follow the films and books is irrelevant to your potential enjoyment of The Bourne Conspiracy, because it so brilliantly communicates the story’s themes. The resulting combination of fierce fighting, fantastically integrated interactive cut-scenes and just plain awesome graphics punctuate the sad story of this amnesiac elite operative in a thoroughly entertaining package.

Sounds good to us. Full thing through the link. Bourne’s down for a June 27 launch for 360 and PS3.

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