The Bond Girl for this story is a jewelry designer by the name of Nicole Hunter, played by singer/songwriter Joss Stone. I must admit though, I don't really know much about Stone outside of her role as Anne of Cleves in The Tudors, but it seems like the art guys for Blood Stone did a good job of bringing her into the game. That, combined with good voice acting and a adequate Bond-esque story, go a long way in making her a believable Bond Girl.
Of course, the real star of the game is Bond himself. Daniel Craig reprises his role as 007, and much like Stone's character, he seems to be well represented in the game, both in looks and sound, though I still feel like he isn't quite Bond in my mind. Roger Moore still holds that spot for me.
Another Bond actress to reprise her role is Dame Judi Dench as M, and again, she looks right and, of course, sounds right. I have to say though, while all of the character models look the part, they don't quite feel right, especially when talking. For the most part, all that seems to move is their eyes and their lips; while there is some jaw movement, their faces feel very wooden and static. The animation just doesn't quite match the quality of the models and the voices, and it is often distracting during cut scenes.
As for the game's music, Stone performs the opening theme to Blood Stone and the rest of the music is of the classic Bond fare, so again, the music fits with the overall formula to make what should be a great James Bond experience; the optimal word there, of course, being should.