James Bond 007 Blood Stone Multiplayer Serial Key

James Bond 007: Blood Stone is a third-person shooter video game, developed by Bizarre Creations and published by Activision for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It is the 24th game in the James Bond series and is the first game since James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing to have an original story. Apply the official James Bond 007: Blood Stone 75907 to 76654 Patch. Extract the File Archive to the game directory - Overwriting existing files!

James Bond 007: Blood Stone
Release dates
WindowsNovember 2, 2010
ControlsDirect control
SeriesJames Bond 007
James Bond 007
James Bond 007: A View to a Kill1985
James Bond 007: Goldfinger1986
007: Licence to Kill1989
James Bond 007: The Stealth Affair1990
The Spy Who Loved Me1990
James Bond 007: Nightfire2002
007: Quantum of Solace2008
GoldenEye: Source (unofficial mod)2009
James Bond 007: Blood Stone2010
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  • 2Essential improvements
  • 3Game data
  • 6Audio
  • 7Network
  • 8Issues fixed
  • 9Other information

General information

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Retail SecuROMDRM.
Steam (unavailable)
The game is no longer available digitally, most likely due to Activision losing rights to James Bond licence.[1]

Essential improvements[edit]


Official Patch

The official patch can be downloaded here. OFFICIAL PATCH. This will bring the game from 75907 to 76654. This mostly fixed multiplayer issues and other minor bugs.

Skip intro videos[edit]

Overwriting files

Use James Bond 007 Blood Stone Intro skip

Game data[edit]

Configuration file(s) location[edit]

Windows %LOCALAPPDATA%bizarre creationsblood stonesettings.xml
Steam Play (Linux)<Steam-folder>/steamapps/compatdata/42730/pfx/[Note 1]

Save game data location[edit]

Windows %LOCALAPPDATA%bizarre creationsblood stoneprofiles
Steam Play (Linux)<Steam-folder>/steamapps/compatdata/42730/pfx/[Note 1]

Save game cloud syncing[edit]


Video settings.
Graphics featureStateWSGFNotes
Widescreen resolution
4K Ultra HD
Field of view (FOV)
Borderless fullscreen windowed
Anisotropic filtering (AF)See the glossary page for potential workarounds.
Anti-aliasing (AA)
Vertical sync (Vsync)edit config to turn on/off
60 FPS
120+ FPSFrame rate is capped at 60 FPS.


Keyboard and mouseStateNotes
Mouse accelerationNo mouse acceleration spotted.[2]
Mouse sensitivity
Mouse input in menus
Mouse Y-axis inversion
Controller supportOnly keyboard button prompts are displayed.
Full controller supportMouse is needed to get past the launcher.
Controller remappingSee the glossary page for potential workarounds.
Controller sensitivity
Controller Y-axis inversion
Additional information
Button promptsKeyboard/mouse prompts only.
Controller hotplugging
Haptic feedback
Simultaneous controller+KB/M


Audio settings.
Audio featureStateNotes
Separate volume controls
Surround sound7.1
SubtitlesUnder Graphics settings.
Closed captions
Mute on focus lostNo option to disable it.




Multiplayer types

Issues fixed[edit]

Blood Stone Installer freezing and crashes to desktop[edit]

Fix Data Execution Prevention setting[3]

Ensure Data Execution Prevention (DEP) is set to the default (Windows programs and services only).

Stuttering & Low Framerate[edit]

Resetting CPU Afinity
  1. While the game is running, alt-tab, and open Task Manager. Make sure you click the 'More details' arrow to show the full Task Manager.
  2. Go to the 'Details' tab, and find the process 'Bond.exe'
  3. Right click the process, and select 'Set affinity'.
  4. Uncheck the box for '<All Processors>', recheck 'CPU 0', and click OK.
  5. Right click the 'Bond.exe' process again, and recheck the box for '<All Processors>', and click OK.
This has to be done every time the game is launched.
Changing CPU Affinity
  1. Open the Task Manager and go to the Details tab.
  2. Right-click 'Bond.ex'e and select 'Set Affinity'.
  3. Disable CPU 0 and leave the other CPUs checked. Then hit OK.
This has to be done every time the game is launched.

Corrupted Textures and Shadows[edit]

Disable Shadows

The shadows in the game seem to cause artifact and corrupted textures during play on newer machines. Disabling shadows under the advance video settings will resolve this issue.

Other information[edit]



System requirements[edit]

Operating system (OS)XP, Vista, 7
Processor (CPU)Intel Core 2 Duo E4300 1.80 GHz
AMD Athlon 64 x2 4000+ 2.0 GHz
System memory (RAM)1 GB (XP), 2 GB (Vista, 7)
Hard disk drive (HDD)12 GB
Video card (GPU) Nvidia GeForce 7600 GT
ATI Radeon X1650
256 MB of VRAM
DirectX 9.0c compatible


  1. 1.01.1File/folder structure within this directory reflects the path(s) listed for Windows and/or Steam game data (use Wine regedit to access Windows registry paths). Games with Steam Cloud support may store data in ~/.steam/steam/userdata/<user-id>/42730/ in addition to or instead of this directory. The app ID (42730) may differ in some cases. Treat backslashes as forward slashes. See the glossary page for details.


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James Bond 007: Blood Stone
Developer(s)Bizarre Creations
n-Space(Nintendo DS)
Writer(s)Bruce Feirstein
Composer(s)Richard Jacques
SeriesJames Bond
Platform(s)Microsoft Windows
Nintendo DS
PlayStation 3
Xbox 360
  • NA: 2 November 2010
  • AU: 3 November 2010
  • EU: 5 November 2010
Genre(s)Third-person shooter
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer

James Bond 007: Blood Stone is a third-person shooter video game, developed by Bizarre Creations and published by Activision for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It is the 24th game in the James Bond series and is the first game since James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing to have an original story. The game was confirmed by Activision on 16 July 2010.[1] The game was released on 2 November 2010 in North America and released on 5 November 2010 in Europe.[2] Activision's remake of GoldenEye 007 for the Wii and DS was released on the same day respectively in each region.[3]Blood Stone features the voices and likenesses of Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, and Joss Stone. Blood Stone was the final game developed by Bizarre Creations before it closed on 18 February 2011.

A sequel, developed by Raven Software, was reportedly planned but was ultimately scrapped due to Blood Stone's poor sales upon release.[4]


Blood Stone is a third-person shooter with elements of hand-to-hand combat. Driving sequences also appear in the game. Blood Stone features a focus aim system which allows players to lock onto targets after melee takedowns.[5] There is a multiplayer mode consisting of up to 16 players that will pit spies versus mercenaries.[6] Alongside team deathmatch and other standard game modes there are massive objective-based battles where players have to work as a team to attack or defend various spy-themed goals. The player pilots several vehicle types throughout the course of the game.[7]


MI6 uncovers a plot by international terrorist Greco (Luis Soto) to conduct a suicide attack on the G-20 leaders, while attending a summit at the Acropolis structure in Athens. M (Judi Dench) assigns James Bond (Daniel Craig) to prevent the attack. After Greco flees from his personal yacht, Bond pursues him through Athens, before learning that he rigged an SUV with explosives. Forced to let Greco leave alive, Bond pursues after the SUV in a commandeered Aston Martin DBS V12, disabling it before it can reach the G-20 summit.

The following morning, M contacts Bond with news that Malcolm Tedworth (Timothy Watson), a researcher who disappeared while conducting top-level work for the Ministry of Defence, has been located in Istanbul. Suspecting he was kidnapped for his research, Bond is assigned to recover both Tedworth and his work. Finding the researcher being held at a construction site, Bond witnesses Tedworth being interrogated by a courier named Bernin (Ramon Tikaram), who seeks access to his USB drive containing his research. After acquiring what he needs, Bernin executes Tedworth and flees across the city, prompting Bond to pursue after him using an Aston Martin DB5. Unable to recover the data, Bond interrogates Bernin before killing him, learning he works for businessman Stefan Pomerov (Laurence Possa). Sent by M to Monaco, Bond works with fellow MI6 agent Nicole Hunter (Joss Stone) to find evidence at one of Pomerov's casinos.

The pair find information that Pomerov has frequented a disused chemical refinery he owns in Siberia, receiving a tip off it is storing bio-weapons, and head out to investigate it. The pair soon discover Pomerov is operating a bio-factory that is manufacturing bio-weapons, prompting them to destroy it. Discovering Pomerov intends to smuggle out bio-weapons he already has, Bond pursues after him to an ekranoplan. Boarding it before it takes off, Bond kills Pomerov and secures the bio-weapons for disposal by Russian Federation troops. After he parts way with Nicole, Bond becomes suspicious of the tip off they received when he reports to M, suspecting it was arranged to secure Pomerov's elimination. Using Bernin's phone that he took, Bond has MI6 trace a number he had received that wasn't a local call. The call turns out to come from Chinese intelligence officer General Ping (David K.S. Tse), who contacts Bond for a meeting in Bangkok to discuss the reason for his communication with Bernin.

Meeting at an aquarium, Ping reveals he was investigating a freelance mercenary named Rak (James Goode) who operates in Bangkok and sells stolen information and technology on the black market. Ping suspects him involved in Tedworth's kidnapping, but before he can reveal more, an assassin kills him. Bond attempts to pursue the assassin, only for them to die in an accident. Needing background information from M on Rak while pursued by police, Bond is sent to meet with Silk (Richard Dillane), an associate of Rak's, who provides the location for his hideout in the city. However, Silk betrays Bond after the meeting, allowing him to be ambushed by Rak. Taken to a prison camp in Burma for interrogation by Rak, Bond escapes and pursues after him for information that results in a confrontation over a dam. Although Rak pleads for his life in exchange for his employer's identity, Bond reveals he already knows and kills him.

Returning to Monaco, Bond sends Rak's knife to Nicole, identifying her as a double agent in MI6 and the head of a group that kidnaps prominent researchers, selling their data to interested parties. Frightened, Nicole decides to escape the city in her Koenigsegg CCXR, only to find herself being pursued by Bond (in his Aston Martin DBS V12), who ultimately corners her on the Millau Viaduct. Confronted by him, after suspecting she supplied the tip-off on Pomerov, Nicole reveals she works for an unknown man who is rich and powerful, but refuses to identify him, claiming he is bigger than any organisation in the world. Before Bond can interrogate her more, an unmanned drone shoots Nicole dead. With no further clues to follow, Bond reports in to M, advising her to find a new contact in Monaco, before departing.

James Bond 007 Blood Stone Multiplayer Serial Key


Recurring characters:

  • James Bond - (likeness and voice of Daniel Craig)
  • M - (likeness and voice of Judi Dench)
  • Bill Tanner - (voice only by Rory Kinnear)

Other characters:

  • Joss Stone as Nicole Hunter
  • Luis Soto as Greco
  • Timothy Watson as Malcolm Tedworth
  • Ramon Tikaram as Bernin
  • Laurence Possa as Stefan Pomerov (credited as Laurentiu Possa)
  • David Tse as General Ping
  • Richard Dillane as Silk
  • James Goode as Rak


The game was hinted at on 21 April 2010 when British store HMV listed Blood Stone as 'coming soon'.[8] On April 23, Activision reserved a web domain name called bloodstonegame.com.[9] The game was announced in an Activision press release on July 16.[10]James Bond film writer Bruce Feirstein wrote the story for the game. The game itself is built on developer Bizarre Creations' Bespoke engine, which was created for the game The Club.[11] Ben Cooke, who is Daniel Craig's stunt double in the films, has provided the motion capture choreography for Bond's digital animation. He is credited as the game's stunt coordinator.[11]

While Bizarre Creations was finishing the development on The Club, they were bought by Activision, who had a license agreement at the time to make video games based on James Bond. Activision allowed the team to move forward with an original title, in order to take advantage of the gap between Quantum Of Solace and the upcoming film. Bizarre had a creative control over the title, letting them design the locations and gameplay the way they wanted to. Blood Stone was designed to capture the feel of a blockbuster movie with a 'mix of characterization and adrenaline'. The driving parts were mostly placed at the end of the chapters, as the developers were trying to make sure they wouldn't be seen as disconnected from the rest of the game.[12]

The game's soundtrack is composed by Richard Jacques. Joss Stone provides an original musical track to the game titled 'I'll Take It All' written and performed by her and David A. Stewart.[13]


Aggregate scores
GameRankings(NDS) 75%[14]
(PS3) 66%[15]
(X360) 64%[16]
(PC) 63%[17]
Metacritic(NDS) 70/100[18]
(PS3) 65/100[19]
(PC) 63/100[20]
(X360) 62/100[21]
Review scores
Famitsu(PS3) 30/40[23]
(X360) 30/40[24]
OXM (US)6/10[26]

James Bond 007: Blood Stone has received mixed to positive reviews from critics. Aggregating review websites GameRankings and Metacritic gave the Nintendo DS version 75% and 70/100,[14][18] the PlayStation 3 version 66% and 65/100,[15][19] the Xbox 360 version 64% and 62/100[16][21] and the PC version 63% and 63/100.[17][20]


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  23. ^New Game Cross Review - 007/ブラッドストーン (PS3). Famitsū. No.1153. Pg.39. 20 January 2011.
  24. ^New Game Cross Review - 007/ブラッドストーン (XB360). Famitsū. No.1153. Pg.39. 20 January 2011.
  25. ^Shaun McInnis (2 November 2010). 'James Bond 007: Blood Stone Review, James Bond 007: Blood Stone Xbox 360 Review - GameSpot.com'. GameSpot. Retrieved 26 August 2011.
  26. ^Hayward, Andrew. 'James Bond 007: Blood Stone'. Official Xbox Magazine. Retrieved 2011-07-22.

External links[edit]

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