Usually I won’t write about a game until I’ve played through the entirety of it. However, this is not a review. It’s a… a… I don’t know, a vent of frustration!
I’ve really enjoyed watching Jason Bourne’s adventures unfold in the Bourne trilogy on HD DVD. It was with much intrigue then that I followed the news of a Bourne video game, though with the stigma attached to licensed video games – and rightly so – I never expected anything more than a couple of hours of mindless action. However, the developers made a conscious decision not to model Bourne on Matt Damon (though I’ve since read that was down to “creative differences”), giving him an identity of his own, therefore making the game feel less like a movie tie-in.