If there's one area where Blood Stone is a bit disappointing, it's that everything that it does, while well-made and thoroughly polished, is fairly basic. A few minutes into the game and you've basically seen almost all of the major mechanics of the game, from the basic shooting to the "focus shot" one-hit kills you earn for takedowns. The weapon selection doesn't change much from the outset, so it's only what 007 is doing in the later levels that keep the game fresh. And to Bizarre's credit, the six-hour single player campaign actually keeps things pretty varied. Blood Stone's narrative, which follows Bond tracking a bioweapon attack to its source, is pretty basic as well. Still, Daniel Craig and Judi Dench's voicework is excellent, and it's nice to see more of the cold, borderline-sociopathic edge Craig has brought to 007. Needless to say, you won't see MI6's top agent getting too cozy with any ladies this timeâ€”it's all espionage on display here.