Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: Agent Under Fire
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Sound quality 6
agent under fire.
3 December 2006
Excerpt: The whole James Bond agent under fire gamecube game is amazing! There are just a few missions they've made too hard. It's one of them games where some points you love, and some points you want to throw your controller through the window, but then afterwards you are so happy you have completed it! It's like a roller-coaster you've got to try it. agent under fire costs around 10 pounds and offers great multiplayer.
Pros: the graphics and music are good
Cons: Some bits are a bit tricky and can be annoying
Excerpt: The story itself revolves around Bond's mission to foil the plans of terrorist leader, Malprave. Admittedly they could have chosen a much more menacing or cooler sounding name, but it doesn't matter what your name is when you're developing an army of deadly clones to conquer the world with. Like the films the action covers the globe, from Hungary to China, and the story unfolds via multiple cut-scenes and the mission accompanying briefings.
Pros: there are lots of levels and multiplayer levels
Cons: it is quite a simple game which is not complicated
Excerpt: Intro: This game was set to retake the market after the abismal Tomorrow Never Dies, but something, somewhere, went wrong. When Goldeneye was realease, and for years later, it was hailed as the best game out there, and, arguably, still hold on to that title. So, when Agent Under Fire was hyped as the next Goldeneye, I was more than pleased to fork out the £40 and take it home with me, but thats when the problems began.
Excerpt: 007:Agent Under Fire excels the previos games Goldeneye and Tomorrow never dies but it is not with out it's flaws. First of all the theme is to overly used and the 12 missions provided with the game are to easy for your worth. The cheats are a great addition to the game which make it both interesting and formidable to do.
Excerpt: Whats it all about? Have you longed for a decent console shoot 'em up since Goldeneye on the Nintendo 64? Well the wait could be over thanks to this new offering. Originally released on the PlayStation 2, the GameCube version should have a few improvements (apparently... I haven't played that version :\) You play as top British secret agent James Bond and shoot, drive and erm, shoot your way through 12 levels of innuendo filled goodness.
Pros: Good replay value ! ! High end graphics and sound
Excerpt: Introduction: First things first, if you’re looking for a game like Goldeneye with new levels and next-gen graphics then this game won’t help you. It’s not anyway as good and enjoyable as Goldeneye. If you are looking for a good FPS for your console of chose then this should be a good contender. Playability: This game is fun to play, but the controls let it down in places.
Pros: Car sequences
Cons: The guns feel like peashooters and the game dosnt stand up to Goldeneye