James Bond 007: Blood Stone
Nice, but where's the trigger?
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Daniel Craig has returned as James Bond 007 in this hot-fantastic new Bond adventure, Blood Stone. This game is different than some of the other James Bond games by having realistic digital images and voice acting by the stars of the movie - Daniel Craig and Judi Dench. There is a large cache of weapons to choose from for basic firefights to hand to hand combat. This game also follows the template of every good Bond plot since Ian Fleming began the series - espionage, women and exotic locations like Athens, Bangkok, Istanbul and Monaco. James Bond is sent to investigate the disappearance of a researcher named Malcolm Tedworth, whose kidnapper has been revealed to be working for a man named Stefan Pomerov. It's up to Bond to save the world once again.
The following weapons are used in the video game Blood Stone:
In this adventure, James Bond uses a 1st generation Walther P99, typically with a suppressor, as his main sidearm. For some reason it only holds 8 rounds, half the real-world capacity of the 9x19mm version.
The Walther PPK is used by some of the guards and can be also be used by Bond.
Beretta 92FS Inox
A Beretta 92FS Inox with a black barrel and front slide serrations on the right side of the slide only is the one of the main sidearm of the opponents in the game. Referred to as the M9. Holds an incorrect 12 rounds, the capacity of the .40 S&W Beretta 96.
Heckler & Koch USP45
A H&K USP45 equipped with a weapon light is occasionally used by enemies. Holds a somewhat incorrect 10 rounds (only US civilian capacity-ban magazines hold 10 rounds, standard magazines hold 12 rounds).
Bond holds a 50 Years Special Edition SIG P210 on the cover, which is based on a Quantum of Solace production still. It does not appear in game.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1
A Heckler & Koch MP7A1 with attached sound suppressor, C-More sight, and a(n incorrect) 26-round magazine. Used by guards in the Istanbul and Monaco levels and by mercenaries in Bangkok level.
Heckler & Koch UMP45
A Heckler & Koch UMP45 with an attached vertical foregrip and unrealistic 40-round magazine capacity.
Heckler & Koch HK53A3
The HK53A3 is used by enemies throughout every level except Monaco. Although it is referred to as an MP5 in the game, it seems to be a hybrid of the HK53A3 with some features of the MP5A3: the casings it ejects are 5.56mm casings and the magazine's width is from the 5.56 magazine, but the mag's length (not height) is from the 9mm, and the HK53-style flash hider is detached.
An AK-74M with attached EOTech sight. Used by Russian soldiers in the Istanbul and Siberia levels, by mercenaries in Bangkok and Burma levels. Holds 32 rounds per magazine.
Referred to as the "Combat A.R". The FN SCAR has a black finish and is seen for the first time in the Burma level. Holds 40 rounds even though it's clearly a 30-round magazine.
Heckler & Koch G36C
A Heckler & Koch G36C with attached vertical foregrip. First seen in the Monaco level. Incorrectly has a capacity of 24 rounds and shoots in 3-round bursts.
A Barrett M107CQ is used by an assassin that kills Colonel Ping in the Bangkok level.
A DSR-1 is found in the Siberia, Bangkok, and Burma levels. Has the very unrealistic ability to fire in 3-round bursts even though it's a bolt-action rifle, and has a very incorrect capacity of 30 rounds instead of 5. It seems the developers have somehow mistaken this for some sort of assault rifle.
The M24 is found in the Burma level. With folded bipod and camo paint. Incorrectly holds 9 rounds.
Benelli M3 Super 90 and Benelli M3T
The first is referred to as the M1 which holds an incorrect 12 shells. Used by mercenaries in the Burma levels. The second one is the Benelli M3T which holds (an almost correct) 8 shells. First seen in the Siberia level.
Serbu Super Shorty
The Serbu Super Shorty shotgun is rarely seen in the game, only being available on a couple of missions. Incorrectly fires semi-automatically.
GM-94 Grenade Launcher
The GM-94 grenade launcher is used by mercenaries in the Istanbul and Burma levels.
The reveal trailer shows Greco firing a FGM-148 Javelin at Bond. In the actual game, this occurs during the final cutscene of the prologue mission.
In the Bangkok levels, Bangkok Police use what appears to be a X26 taser, and is known as a 'Stun Gun' in-game.