Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: NightFire
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Value for money 8
Sound quality 8
Play as bond in a very good well rounded game.
22 March 2015
Excerpt: My Purchase. This game was one I purchased in my bulk buy of games from a particular website that sells used games and you can buy as many as you want in a single order and you just pay a set postage fee and so whenever I have the cash to spare I will buy a few games here the downside is you are...
Pros: Good gameplay, interesting story, decent multiplayer .
Cons: It is all Bond through and through, in case you are not a fan .
Summary: I was looking forward to this game, mainly to see if it was any comparison to Goldeneye (there you go, I have mentioned it already) on the N64. Although it doesn't come near to that, it is still a pretty good game nonetheless.
Summary: This game gives you the feeling you are 007 right from the word GO. It is far better than the rubbish Agent under Fire and the makers have done themselves proud. The singleplayer is cool and the levels are long and full of action. The driving levels are shorter but great fun.
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.
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...
Multiplayer claims the crown, Goldeneye still not toppled!!
Mr. M. A. Quinn, Amazon
1 December 2003
Summary: From the start Nightfire looks the part, the graphics are amazing, sound is fantastic and playability... well thats where it lacks. Nightfire levels are too linear and driven too much by mid-level loading naratives.
Summary: After playing Agent Under Fire, which i got rid of the day after i bought it, i was expecting a better effort in this game and it delivers. Before you even start the game you get an amazing Bond movie style opening sequence with a load of ladies dancing around for you.
007 Nightfire - Bond returns in style to the Gamecube
D Brewer, Amazon
1 December 2003
Summary: First and foremost, it has to be considered that this game has been designed as a multi-format game, and therefore does not truly test the gamecube's impressive graphical capacity. That does not detract however, from the fact that the graphics are slick and the game viewing angles are superb.
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.
Summary: The game hyped to knock the awesome Goldeneye off the FPS top spot..........??? The great thing about Goldeneye was that it was a long game with lots of levels and good diversity in difficulty settings, and an entertaining and enjoyable multiplayer mode. Well now we have Nightfire.