The Bourne Conspiracy

You won't hear Matt Damon's voice in the forthcoming videogame, but the series' screenwriter will be making sure the game version of Jason Bourne will have plenty of fun weapons to play with

It's funny that a video game based on the Bourne action spy series should appear a year after the final movie from the blockbuster trilogy released, but better late than never. Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy combines plot elements taken from both the books and movies to tell its own unique story. Players start Jason Bourne's career as a Treadstone agent, an elite government-sponsored assassin before moving through the three movies and ending sometime after the trilogy ends. Although many fans may be disappointed, this version of Jason Bourne won't be voiced by Matt Damon, nor does the character bear any resemblance to the actor. However, the lack of star power shouldn't diminish the action found in a Bourne game.

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