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James Bond 007: Everything Or Nothing, Third Person Shooter (TPS), 2004



Developer: Electronic Arts

Publisher: Electronic Arts

Damageable vehicles: Yes

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Star Wars Fanatic EN (508)

2008-01-18 23:20

Everything or Nothing was the successor to Nightfire, and makred a significant shift in the long line of James Bond games. Unlike its predecessors, the game played from a third person perspective, which proved disastrous the last time this was tried with Tomorrow Never Dies. Fortunately however the gamble paid off as this is by far and away my most favourite James Bond game, with the third person perspective actually enhancing the game. The graphics were superb and for the first time all significant cast members lended their likeness and voice talent to the game, which made for a perfect atmosphere that was long needed. The missions were also wonderfully diverse in location, and the game also contained a larger batch of driving based missions than before. The centerpiece sees Bond on a Triumph Daytona chasing down recurring cast member Jaws in a tanker on a freeway, which served as a brilliantly enjoyable mission. Strangely however the flagship car was that of the Porsche Cayenne Turbo, which is probably not one of Bond's finer moments. For the game however, this was Bond's shining moment of the last generation of consoles - in fact it is the best Bond game since Goldeneye, in my opinion.

For the first time, the game enslited both the likeness and voice talent of Pierce Brosnan:



kojimoto CA (21)

2015-09-22 19:51

Where's the Platinum Tank? It should be in it as a "Made For Game"

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