Summary: I only bought this because I have every other previous Bond game and needed it to complete my current collection. It's really not very good. Unless you're a die-die-die-hard Bond fan, I'd avoid it.
Summary: Still working on getting through it....not as good as the other Activision Bond games...just not as fun, and the meandering through it seems slow and stilted. I will change this review when done if I change my mind. Right now, I will play it through, but don't find it a fun game....
Summary: Not a great James Bond game. Even for a beginner, it's not only challenging, but frustrating. Too many do-overs! Starting over-and over-and over again. Too sensitive with the action, there's no room for error. Unforgiving!!!
Summary: There's really no reason for this game to exist, not in the way it exists now that is but sadly, this is what we have come to expect form Activision who's biggest (and only successful) franchise is the Call of Duty series and even that itself is getting old really quickly.
Summary: Being a Bond fan I know none of the games will ever be as good as Goldeneye for the 64. But with this title celebrating 50 years I had high hopes. There was so much potential. But I'm agree with most of the reviews for the game so I won't go into detail. After I beat the game..
Summary: Quite honestly...one of the most blandest, frustrating, un-Bond-like experiences ever to grace an optical disc, 007 Legends disappoints on virtually every level, with an occasional high point comes a multitude of low points.
Summary: This has to be the most boring FPS I've ever played. It's basically just Call of Duty 4 with James Bond slapped onto it. Only played the first two levels since it was so tedious to play, the Friendly A.I kept on pushing me out of cover as if they were against me!
Summary: It's an okay game with okay graphics. The load times are ridiculous and the graphics buffer to much in high impact scenes. I really just got this game because I used to play GoldenEye on the N64 and wanted to see 007 remastered but it doesn't even come close to matching up with GoldenEye the story...
Summary: This year marks the 50th anniversary of Ian Flemming's James Bond big screen adaptations. What a way to celebrate, by having a game which grabs hold of some of the most memorable moments of the franchise and squashes them in to an entire game that barely lasts six hours.