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Raven's James Bond now 20 months old?

Built on Unreal Engine 3, CV reveals.

Raven Software has been building an action adventure game based on an "international movie licence" for 20 months, according to an employee CV.

There's no specific mention of James Bond, but pair this latest development with Raven Software-leaked footage of a stealth James Bond game (below) and the evidence mounts.

The employee CV in question belongs to "Mike G", creative director of the "international movie licence" project. That's his "current" position, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Mike G's blurb reveals that the game has been built using Unreal Engine 3.

"Involved at highest levels of game design for an unreleased high-profile movie-license action/adventure game using the Unreal 3 engine. Duties include directing a full team of people from different disciplines to design and implement various aspects of the core game as well as specific levels and events in the game. Personal experience scripting and responsible for directing in-game cutscenes as well as implementing some of them," wrote Mike G.

Film studio MGM finally gave a new James Bond film the green light earlier this year, which apparently resulted in a thumbs-up for a new videogame.

The film stars Daniel Craig as James Bond and production starts late this year. A worldwide cinematic release is pencilled in for November 2012.

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