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6.0* out of 10

James Bond 007: NightFire

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Overall 10

A challenging game!

"saiwarren", amazon.co.uk
29 July 2004
  • Summary: Night fire is a game for people who are ready for a tough challenge.If you are not very good at gaming then you shoul try a different game. The graphics are really good for the (GBA) and the characters look very realistic. The levels are really cool with lots of objectives to do.
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Overall 6

My Review

7 April 2004
  • Summary: I like this game this game but it has limitations and the graphics aren't too good also it is very hard and took me ages. You get a good selection of gadgets and also guns. It is good but I don't think it is excellent.
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Overall 10

This Game is Brilliant

"saiwarren", amazon.co.uk
27 April 2003
  • Summary: I have had James Bond Nightfire for the Gameboy Advance for 2 weeks now and the first impressions were very good. You can set the difficulty to not extremely hard but hard enough to keep you on your fingertips for hours on end or hard which believe me follows it's name. I think it's an excellent game because it's based on the same missions as the PS2 game but it has about 10% less baddies. Its worth your money if you've watched or played James Bond and enjoyed it.
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Overall 8

Y'Know this isn't too bad!

Mr. T. L. Hugall "Twimfy", amazon.co.uk
1 April 2003
  • Summary: Imagine taking the Xbox/GC/PS2 version of nightfire smearing the screen in jam and then playing through the game randomly there you go thats GBA Nightfire. Ok not quite, practically everything present in the console versions is in this game apart from the driving. All of the levels are scarely similar in size and detail and there is quite a good range of weapons and gadgets to play with. The graphics are superb (apart from the opening title screen!
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