Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: NightFire
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More fun with friends.
JamesBondFan362 , GameStop
20 September 2012
Summary: Overall I think Bond 007: Nightfire is a decent game especially for the Gamecube. It has good graphics considering when it was made. I liked the gameplay and the controls were okay but i would have to change the to classic controls over the newer Nightfire controls. I think this is a good buy for mainly bond fans but can be enjoyed by most shooter fans. It is especially fun to play with friends because of all the funny things you can do (punch party guests).
Summary: Peirce Brosnan is my favorite Bond other than Sean Connery so that fact that his Bond character is in the game made it so much better. The graphics were actually very good for a Game Cube game and the controls are a bit wierd, but nothing you wouldnt get used to. My only problem is that in the cutscenes they show him holding the Walther P99 instead of the gun that your using the Walther PPK (Wolfram PP7).
Summary: This game starts out kinda rough but then it picks up like a real James Bond game. The controls kind are hard to master but you'll get used to it. The gameplay is nice and it is pretty long. I totally recommend this to Bond lovers!
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: 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: 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.
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. The game combines a first person shooter in some levels with driving elements for other missions, and this works very well. Neither seems just like a bolt on as so often happens.
Multiplayer claims the crown, Goldeneye still not toppled!!
Mr. M. A. Quinn, amazon.co.uk
16 January 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. They look great but they break the game up too much to the point where you just flick through them to get on with the game (apart from Bond's excellent Double intendres - "With the proper tool you can penetrate anything!
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. Unfortunatly they have kept the on-rails levels giving you no freedom. The game is quality but untill you have player Multiplayer you have not lived.