Excerpt: Last year's Tomorrow Never Dies was certainly no 007 GoldenEye and it was completely destroyed by critics all over, while other critics were so caught up in the hype that they nearly rated the game to perfection, which it was far from. I on the other hand kept my review fair, I scored TND an 8.0, which I thought was a fair grade, the visuals were decent, the gameplay I have to admit was pretty cool, but because of the lack of multi-player modes and replay value, I...
Excerpt: Before I sat down to play The World is Not Enough , I hadn't even seen the movie yet. That didn't even seem to matter however, since the graphics were top notch with character models and scenario backgrounds, all of which having impressive detail. The graphics are similar to the Nintendo 64 version of Golden Eye . An added bonus to the game is the inserted clips of the actual movie in between your missions.
Excerpt: I have to say that when I first heard that Eurocom would be bringing The World Is Not Enough to the N64 I did not think that the game would be too hot. No disrespect to the developers, it’s just that GoldenEye is a very hard act to follow as it is one of the best games on the N64, and arguably one of the finest ever on any format.
Conclusion: With team, deathmatch, capture the flag and assault game types, combined with over 50 maps and 12 weapons, boredom is not something one normally associates with this calibre of game. If you never had the chance to try this game on the PC, then get it now - it really is a must-have. As for those who have played the game before, it might be worth renting first.