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Bond game plans unaffected by film?

Retailers out James Bond: Bloodstone.

Activision has declined to comment to Eurogamer on whether the indefinite suspension of the new James Bond film will alter its videogame plans.

Suggesting it won't is UK retailer HMV, which has produced a listing for James Bond: Bloodstone. This is filed in the driving/racing category and supposedly developed by Project Gotham Racing and Blur mastermind Bizarre Creations. There's no date for the game.

HMV hasn't pulled the listing yet.

Earlier this year, GAME inventory schedules showed that a Bond racing game was due this October. What's more, EastEnders actor Adam Croadshell said Activision had picked him to portray the dinner-jacket-clad spy with terribly good manners last year.

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