Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing
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Review for james bond everything or nothing- GC
20 December 2006
Excerpt: James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing Review "With everything at stake, the world calls on Bond". I believe that James bond everything or nothing is the best James bond game to date, certainly on the Gamecube.
Pros: Varied missions and voice acting of Peirce Brosnan
Cons: Gamecubes version has slightly worse graphics
Excerpt: Second only to one other bond game the almighty golden eye for N64 everything or nothing is the best for the modern console you can buy. Its game play, scenarios and graphics excell on all levels. Playing in James bonds position is always a good choice for the boy insdie us.
Pros: it has great graphics
Cons: Short Single player and theMultiplayers Lacks
Excerpt: James Bond 007, a classic game which has come through the ages, from Nintendo to Game Cube, different 007 games have been made which have mostly been excellent fun, but some have failed to cross the line between James Bond standards and "just a normal game which gets boring after 1 hour" standards.
Pros: Good Multiplaying, but only with two players, Single player is great fun
Cons: Multiplayer for two people is fantastic but when you want to player with three or four players it is rubish and lacks in fun
Excerpt: Intro Well they decided not to make a James Bond Film for 2004 but instead they wanted to make a James Bond Game for 2004, which would hopefully be very successful, and I believe they have achieved that.
Pros: Honestly I don’t know to start there of work there loads
Excerpt: The latest Bond epic has it all. You have lots of new toys to play with. You have a motorbike fitted with rockets, a helicopter mission, a new stylish car with missiles, magnetic gizmos and machine guns. My favourite part was when you are in a tank and you fight other tanks.
Excerpt: After the HUGE success of a little game know as "Goldeneye" it has been a thorn in the side of EA to reproduce the wonder of the all night Bond sessions we all know and love. EA tries something new with the 3rd person Bond and honestly does much better.
Summary: 3rd person view for more action? I think not! The 3rd person view just means harder controls and a lockon system that doesn't work - you can't decide who you want to aim at! Plus, you keep aiming at dead bodies! The gameplay is haphazard with masses of enemies and very little health!
Summary: This game had alot of potential. The graphics couldnt be much better. The gun fights are wicked fun but to easy. I think there are to many bits when you are driving vehicles. The levels are to short. The last level is without a doubt the best one and the hardest obviously but still not that hard.
Summary: frist of all one of the reviews by ghgcole from watford has been copied stright from an issue of nintendo offical magazine (as if someone wouldn't notice). as for my personal veiw its a very glossy package but has no punch.there are 30 action packed levels on this game (and thats only one player)...