Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: NightFire
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James Bond 007: Nightfire (GameCube)
Jonny Two Times, amazon.co.uk
5 March 2013
Summary: Loved it then, love it now. Multi-player is fantastic but main storyline has enough replay-ability to make it worthwhile. Get a few mates, choose the snowblind map, gadgets on, random weapons. Hours of fun! Highly recommended.
Summary: Wow, is that game wicked or what!!!! The gadgets are really cool and so are the guns etc. The only bad thing is it is quite hard and you only get to use some of the guns once. Overall a cool game!!
Summary: *Great Gameplay**Great Multiplayer*Just Great* That sums this game up. Nightfire has all the usual Bond stuff as a matter of fact I got it free with the Gamecube and just banged it on one day when all the other games had got boring. This free game was the best. The graphics were fairly similar compared to Agent Under Fire. This did not matter because when you have friends over forget all the other multiplayers this is the one to put on.
Summary: This Bond game, the sequel to Agent Under Fire unfortionatly suffers the same flaws that Agent Under Fire did. The workmanlike and tediously linear process of guiding Bond from A to cut-scene B just doesn't cut it anymore. It is slightly better than Agent Under Fire, being the sequel to it, the car sections are awsome and it is not linked with any Bond movie. Visually its very tidy, but that still can't cover the fact that it is rather a disappointment.
Summary: Night fire is the perfect game not just for the fans of Bond and his allies and enemies but for everyone who enjoys anything to do with the game cube. The single player is great and also more than just repetative shot the bad guy missions. It contains car driving and submarine car diving as well as just being Bond and killing eveyone in sight. Also the multi player mode is astounding as the computer AI can be set to be almost as challenging as an experienced player.
Summary: Like Agent Under Fire, Nightfire isn’t based on any particular James Bond movie. But like Agent Under Fire, Nightfire still has all the trademarks of the series: exotic locations, fast cars, gorgeous girls, guns, gadgets, notorious henchmen, gorgeous girls and a madman intent on world domination…not forgetting the gorgeous girls of course. This game sees Rafael Drake attempting to taft a satellite guidance system so he can hold the world to ransom.