Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: From Russia With Love
Showing 1-7 of 7
James Bond 007: From Russia With Love Review
6 March 2008
Excerpt: There's a strange allure to James Bond videogames. It's probably a direct result of GoldenEye, with my mind thinking every subsequent Bond release will be as good as Rare's classic Nintendo 64 title.
Excerpt: In what could be viewed as a cautious move by EA after its last atrocious game that was set within the Bond universe, the company has brought one of the franchise?s most beloved tales to the video game format. In the process, they?
Summary: From Russia With Love was a very enjoyable game to play, while it lasted. For me the game was for too short and was too easy and for the inevitable future game, most likely based on next years Casino Royale featuring new bond Daniel Craig, work needs to be done to add more value to the game.
Summary: EA have huffed, puffed and blown the proverbial door down in a painfully forced attempt to try and get Bond to work. Rare got it down to perfection in GoldenEye, but the formula of 'simple' shooters from the 1990s simply don't work in the advanced age of plot driven, interactive, high-tech action.
Conclusion: Lacks the appeal of picking up and playing all the way through and sticks too close to the safety of the established third person shooter concept that has been in place for way too long now.
Pros: Bond Focus mode, Using the jetpack, Playing as Sean Connery
Cons: Repetitive shooting action, Unsatisfying use of vehicles, Disappointing end levels
Conclusion: Obwohl das Spiel nichts wirklich erregend Neues und damit "Bond as usual" bietet, konnte Liebesgr��e aus Moskau mich aufgrund des fein in Szene gesetzten 60er-Jahre-Flairs und der spannenden, abwechslungsreichen Missionen voll �berzeugen.