Summary: This is a good game but I'm not going to go crazy over it becasue it isn't That great. Still ,I would say that it is a worthwhile buy and you can get a good amount of enjoyment out of it. The only problem was that there wasn't many controller settings so i couldn't change them.
James Bond 007: Everything or nothing review (Gamecube version)
Mr. D. L. Ashworth, amazon.co.uk
16 August 2010
Summary: Ever since the success of Nintendo and Rare's take on the James Bond film GoldenEye, the world's most famous secret agent has been cast in first-person shooter after first-person shooter. It seems as though Electronic Arts has been trying, with varying degrees of success, to recapture the magic of Rare's classic Nintendo 64 game. But for an agent as versatile as James Bond, casting him into a shooter has always felt a little limiting.
Summary: I am a huge James Bond fan, have been ever since I was a young boy and this game finally delivers a real bond-like experience that you can control. The game play is what really sets this game aside from regular first person shooters (FPS). There is a running story with each level feeling like a scene from a James Bond movie. The experience is greatly helped along by the real actors voicing the parts. So James Bond is Pierce Brosnan, Q is Judi Dench etc.
Summary: If you have been playing Bond games on the Gamecube this game will come naturally. The graphics are superb and the levels are excellent. If you are a serious gamer this is for you. But... If you are just looking for some multiplayer banter with some mates you can forget it. You have to complete various sections in with the game (although there are some cheats out there on the net for it). The only other flaws are that the two multiplayer vs.
Summary: Bond is back with 27 levels of typical bond action. With motorbike action, tanks and helicoptors this makes for a great bond game. The new 3rd person view works fantastically with the hand to hand combat to make a super control system. The graphics on bond and all the other characters have improved drastically combined with the slow motion when you do a skilled move and bond sense to make for a better game.
Summary: Ok lets get this out of the way first since its the question EVERYONE asks when a new bond title is released... NO its not as good as Goldeneye, but this time its not trying to copy it. Everything or Nothing is a Bond game, not a goldeneye rip-off, and succeeds very well, it has: 3rd Person action, which whilst looking like Splinter Cell plays more like Metroid Prime, but it works, especially the ducking and shooting, it really does.