Vivendi will be releasing High Moon Studios' The Bourne Conspiracy this week in Europe on Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, and here are the First 10 Minutes from the game in video-form. The video shows the first level in the game, a part not playable in the demo.
One of the biggest differences compared to the demo is the enemies. I found soldiers to be much more difficult to beat in hand-to-hand combat than the security guards in the embassy mission. The guards just felt too easy to beat, while the soldiers to me were just a long pain to kill. The "local henchmen" in the video below were just more satisfying to fight against, a mix of the two above, and as combat is such an important aspect in this game it skyrocketed the fun factor for me.
I am far from finishing the game but so far the game seems better than the normal movie-licensed game, a statement which many in the US agree on. The game was released a couple of weeks back there, though it's strange that Europe get it almost a month later. It is based on Unreal Engine 3, giving it a nice and clean look.
As mentioned above the video shows the first level of the game, finishing it off with a boss fight.
@GriftGFX: That dude playing captain, damn i wish he could die in a extreme crazy kills, like Pinhead nasty, I hate him and for what he did. (17 minutes ago)
Its like Guillermo Del Toro is in secret helping develop Castlevania Lords of Shadow games, the artstyles are so damn similair in look its great loved it. @Pez: lol (20 minutes ago)
Pan's Labyrinth is great (20 minutes ago)
"Pretty gruesome gore too lol" Quote for the box right there :D (21 minutes ago)
Story was good, but my god the kid is just incompenent to listen to the Faun or in general. Sad story in the end sort of but thats Del Toro, pretty gruesome gore too lol (23 minutes ago)
Just watched Pan's Labyrinth since Del Toro is awesome with fantasy art but spanish lang put me off so Raptor recommended it. Great movie with the fantasy elements, the rest not so much. (25 minutes ago)