Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing
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Mr. L. C. Emmott, Amazon
6 December 2002
Summary: A pretty nice good game it's not a fps no, a behind a camera view but it still plays very well in this game with Pierce Brosman as Bond with many levels and weapons and special equipment like the invisble gadget. Love the game and every Bond guy will love it to bits, 5/5.
Summary: The third person view really suits the game brilliantly. It is also the longest 007 game with 27 levels, but you can complete some in 5 minutes. The lock on system is really effective, and the bond sense is different class, allowing you to see different ways to kill enemies.
Summary: this game takes on a revolutionary 3rd person perspective and offers to better than golden eye. The 3rd person perspective is billed as alllowing a more bold like perspective (the films wouldn't be the same if the were shot from bonds eye view would they).
Summary: This is a fantastic game! Of course I have bought it in 2009, but the graphics really are still very good. The story is fairly uncomplicated, but the game experience is why bond fans play, the feeling of being bond is better, in my opinion, than on the Quantum of Solace.
Summary: the new james bond game is really good lots of gadgets ect the lock on can be a bit annoying as sometimes it doesnt work as well as it should i am about half way through at the moment it is poles apart from the last to E.A games very much improved and worth the money i am really enjoying this one...
Summary: The old Goldeneye format has got increasingly stale with every outing for 007. This new fresh 3rd person aspect to the series offers much more oppotunities and aspects for the game to take. Unlike in the other 007 games, you can now take part in fist fights with your enemies.