The lights are on
From the second I started playing Blood Stone, I noticed one thing:the graphics are bad. The characters never move their mouth right. That being said, Blood Stone does have some impressive visual effects. The explosions are decent, takedowns are somewhat realistis, and when when a helicopter made bullet holes in a storage container, rays of light peered through the holes.
Gameplay in Blood Stone is great. The controls are very smooth, except driving controls can be tight. The enemies are very easy, but should not be underestimated. I went through large groups of enemies with melee attacks only at some points, and had to hide in cover desperately blindfiring at other points.
There isn't much to be said about the story. There really weren't any cool villains. The end confused me. And the biggest dissapointment of all:I beat it in one sitting. Only 6 hours.
Overall, Blood Stone is a fun game with little to say in graphics, story, or length. It's not a must-have, but if you have some extra money that you have no idea how to spend it, buy Blood Stone.
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