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James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing (PS2)

James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing (PS2)
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Aug, 2014

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James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing

 

I have three simple words that summons up images of espionage, explosive action, and international adventures: Bond, James Bond. (You can insert the infamous theme song you've been humming here.) Love him or hate him, the superspy has been going strong...

However, issues aside, Everything or Nothing is a mission that any gaming agent would be pleased to take. Since there's no Bond movie this year, it seems as though the developers and actors put all of their talents into making the best game they could,...

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James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing

 

We prayed for a better Bond, and MI6 has delivered a refined adventure that fully earns a License to Kill.

Bond moments create nifty style; very solid visual presentation; neck-breaking hand-to-hand combat

Aiming needs work; short solo play; multiplayer doesn't stand up to the single-player mode

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James Bond 007: NightFire

 

Britain's indestructible spy deals out decent FPS death and destruction.

Great FPS single-player levels; decent split-screen multiplayer; simple, but grainy visuals; cool story and characters

Too short; quite a bit of slowdown; technically inferior to the other versions; driving levels feel like an afterthought; online multiplay oversight; enemies lack brains

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James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing [Platinum]

 

British secret agent James Bond returns for a new assignment on the PlayStation 2, one presented in a different visual style than its predecessors. Instead of guiding 007 from a first-person perspective, players will be able to control their alter ego usi

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James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing

 

First off, we should thank EA for alerting us to the official Shannon Elizabeth website. In particular, a video called 'Tourist Girl, Part 2'. It's free to download, and you really should check this out.

The kind of game where you'll be on the phone for your mates to come round and see the next amazing scene. It's all very linear, but sometimes you have to realise this is a good thing.

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James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing (PlayStation 2)

 

The driving levels are surprisingly fun. Good mix of strategy and button-mashing action

Some of the mission objectives are needlessly complex, replay value could be a bit better