Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing
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James Bond 007: Everything Or Nothing (GameCube)
8 November 2006
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. I am afraid to say that this game does NOT reach the require meets for the James Bond 007 standards. I have to say this because to reach James Bind 007 ...
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
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. So if you want a challenging shoot em up dont buy this get something like resident evil 4 the best game made to date in my opinion.
Summary: This game sounded mint, and it was the first 7 or 8 levels (very short levels). You go on a bike, in a car, helicopter, and a tank in the first 5 or 6 levels. The gadgets r great. But it eventually gets extremely hard. The graphics r good and the levels fun anough u want 2 do them again (and u can). The multiplayer is a bit dissapointing but is fun if u can actually do it.
Summary: its a good game with 27 levels, brilliant graphics and decent car chases but the multiplayer is RUBBISH! u cant play against computer players, its nothing like 'nightfire' and 'agent under fire' with all the different levels, scenarios etc.u cant play it until u unlock it in story co-op and wen u do unlock it its only got 1 arena wich is a tiny room and ur looking at it from above-no 1st person veiwing! the 3rd person veiwing really takes away the feeling of being Bond.
Summary: you're down to your last ounce of energy. one more cap in your back and the black and white slow-mo death collapse will roll. bond sits hunched behind a crete, on a enemy train thats rattiling down a track. armed gards are swarming every where. you lock-on, step out on take no prisoners. but you have locked on to the wrong thing, the camera goes mental and you find your self side on as bond tears a hole in the carriage. enemy lead tears through him.