Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: From Russia With Love
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BEST BOND GAME EVER
C. Groome "William Groome", amazon.co.uk
6 February 2008
Summary: I wanted this game for ages because it was the only title that interrested me. Thankfully I managed to find it. It is excellent,the graphics are shiny,I never find it boring and it never lets me down.
Ever since Goldeneye was first released on the N64 Bond games have had a lot to live up to. But since that milestone release Bond games have suffered. Mediocre and poor games have followed, until now. No this isn't a genre defining game like Goldeneye but, Sofa Cinema
Summary: I've always brought at least one game for christmas, its like a tradition. I only own a nitendo gamecube so intially all I can buy is gamecube titles (Duh!). Its been a bad couple of years for Nintendo and they've seemed to release very few games of good quality and last year was no exception. The only game that interested me was the new James bond title 'From Russia with love' supposedly based on the film itself.
Summary: This is a great idea for a game, recreating one of the early Bond films as accurately as possible. However, to make it seem better for today's audience, Bond has to go from being a lone spy to an angel of death not seen in the film that shares the title. To be fair, there is depth in the rpg-type elements, where Bond can discover schematics and cases of secret dossiers that can increase his skills, but he has to expend bucket-loads of SMG ammunition to get kill the...