Excerpt: It's not for nothing that this new James Bond game is, for the most part, a first-person shooter. The good memories of 1997's GoldenEye 007 -- an FPS based on the movie of the same name -- are still fresh in gamers' minds, as evidenced by the hubbub earlier this year when rumors circulated that it might be re-released.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Relentlessly unoriginal but well turned out. The online multiplayer is robust enough to offset the slender single player story, and Bond hasn't carried off a firefight so well since GoldenEye. Not essential, then, but worth a second glance.
Excerpt: Bond. James Bond. Spanning several generations, seven actors, fourteen directors, twenty two movies, and taking in over eleven BILLION dollars at the box office, Ian Fleming Granted access to the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare engine by the folks at Infinity Ward, Treyarch was able to immediately go to work in the VoCap booths to bring some of the talent from the movie to life in their game. Daniel Craig lent his voice and likeness as James Bond to the game, as did...
Conclusion: Un bon jeu extrêmement original dans son gameplay qui utilise presque toutes les capacités de la Nintendo DS. On rencontre cependant trop souvent les problèmes de caméra et autres soucis liés à la cohérence de la difficulté. Le système des points Bond à échanger contre des capacités est très bien fait mais ne remonte sans doute pas au top le jeu.