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Introducing the BLOOD STONE video game from Activison

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2010-08-12
James Bond 007: Blood Stone delivers intrigue and explosive third-person action for the Xbox 360, PlayStation®3 system, Windows PC and Nintendo DS™ This Holiday Season.

The game features an epic, original story developed by legendary screenwriter Bruce Feirstein.

Activision acquired the video game license rights to the James Bond franchise on May 3, 2006 (after Electronic Arts who had had them since Rare created the game - GOLDENEYE - for Nintendo) and they hold the rights until 2014. The license allows Activision develop and publish video games based on the entire EON back-catalog of James Bond movies including non-movie based games.

Daniel Craig does the voice and likeness for James Bond. The voice of M is done by no other than the film version actress - Dame Judi Dench.

Blood Stone Activision video game
Blood Stone Activision video game
Blood Stone Activision video game
Blood Stone Activision video game
Blood Stone Activision video game
Blood Stone Activision video game
Blood Stone Activision video game

The official debut trailer for the game was released on July 15 2010, check it out by clicking the link below:
James Bond 007 Blood Stone Trailer [HD]

För mer information, besök den officiella webbplatsen för spelet:
bloodstonegame.com

James Bond 007: Blood Stone © 2010 Activision. All Rights Reserved.

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