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. it is available on the playstation2 ...
Pros: the graphics and music are good
Cons: Some bits are a bit tricky and can be annoying
Excerpt: "...the introduction of missions where James finally gets to drive his most famous cars, and even stages where Bond shoots from moving vehicles. I expected these levels to feel like a last-minute rush, but it's actually done with excellent control and handling. Of course, forgetting Bond's beloved Aston Martin DB7 and BMW Z8 wouldn't make the driving sections as enjoyable. Four of the 12 stages are driving orientated, so the remaining 8 can be nothing ...
Pros: there are lots of levels and multiplayer levels
Cons: it is quite a simple game which is not complicated
Excerpt: "...carries is the name of James Bond. Without this title, the game would simply be another average 1st person shooter, but following in the footsteps of Goldeneye, a game has to be well above average. Agent Under Fire plays smoothly, and controls and objectives are easy to follow, but when you shoot your first bad guy, you notice a change. The laser-like bullets that shot past your face on N64 have developed into Nerf darts. The cylindrical, and yellow, ...
Excerpt: "...do. Unlike the Goldeneye the James bond is easier to control, this is probably due to the high performance of the gamecube which gives the average man and the geaks something new to play. As for the new 007:Nightfire game that ,i must say i have not had the chance to play, looks much better in both graphics and gameplay i hope that in future use the new games have internet with the new modem,which comes out late next year in the UK and autumn in ...
Excerpt: "...as top British secret agent James Bond and shoot, drive and erm, shoot your way through 12 levels of innuendo filled goodness. Graphics Being a PS2 port hurts this game, the graphics fail to impress and just look old and tired next to 'proper' next gen games. But saying that, the look of the game is more cartoony than realistic. The bullets seem huge when flying through the air, and the game has a chunky feel to it. I prefered the slick more ...
Pros: Good replay value ! ! High end graphics and sound
Excerpt: "...small. Sound: The music sounds very James Bond and adds great atmosphere. The tunes always fit the bill and due to the intelligent action system (I think that’s what its called) you will nearly always have music that goes with what your doing, If it be creeping around, or blasting you way through. The sound FX are good most of the time but they partly contribute to the guns being like peashooters, as they make dismal firing noises. Multiplayer: ...
Pros: Car sequences
Cons: The guns feel like peashooters and the game dosnt stand up to Goldeneye