Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: Agent Under Fire
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Good, but the graphics suck.
19 December 2005
Summary: There is nothing to say. The storyline of the game is great. A classic 007 video game. The only bad part about it is that the graphics are not very crisp for the PS2 version. I recomend to hold on and spend some more money. Meanwhile by yourself a share of NasDaq for your money.
Summary: This Bond is to say the least "okay". I bought it when it was new and it was fun for the few months before I bought it. It's price of 20$ is however unbeatable. But you should really dig a little deeper into your pocket and get Nightfire. First off the game is extremely generic. You have only one path to go down and I never felt lost in any way. Another thing is that the multiplayer shame the usual Bond multi-expirence.
Summary: Well, whenever someone sees "James Bond" on a game, its probably gonne be picked up. Well, I was walking around at blockbuster, and that exact same phenomenon happend to me. I took it home, popped it in, and began the first mission. I was at parts amazed, at parts extremely disapointed while playing "007: Agent Under Fire." (by EA Games). 1. Gameplay: Okay...but not very good in a lot of parts. First, it just feels too easy.
Summary: 007 is a good game, lots of action from run from a man with a gun to drive a car loaded with weapons and missiles. But it just doesnt add up to the power of SOCOM U.S. Navy Seals, but i call it second best shootin game.
Summary: +: Lots of guns and gadgets +: Splendid talking style + and -: Evolved nicely from Goldeneye but not that much + and -: Nice way of earning codes but aren't as cool as Goldeneye's -: Graphics don't look all that great -: It's shorter than Goldeneye ?: What happened to holding two guns at once? ?: Why is it that when there is no use of the vehicle, the mission ends and why don't all of them be controlled manually?
Summary: No matter what, 007 Goldeneye for N64 (developed by Rareware), will be the best first person shooter for this classic series. Not only because of the high fun factor, but also because of the high replay value it has. You can play it again and again, not to mention the multiplayer mode, which is great. 007 Agent Under Fire, by EA Games, tries to get close.
Summary: Like Half-Life, the first player mode is fun...for a while. The secrets you unlock in this game are pathetic, and the multiplayer stinks because there are no bots. Still its good for a rental, the intense action is what kept me going... but soon I'll get tired of it and play something else.
Summary: Well, all anybody can do is compare this game to Goldeneye, which it isn't. I played Goldeneye for years, and I loved it. I have played this for about a week and I love it as well. But unfortunately, this game is already wearing thin. The levels are short, the gameplay is too easy (at least for me, others not experienced with first-person shooters might have more difficulty), and even the much-praised multiplayer gets tiresome after a while.
Summary: What IS it about these last FOUR 007 games (Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough, 007 Racing and now Agent Under Fire)??? They all fail to live up to the gameplay/storyline of the magnificent Goldeneye. For those of you reading the advance 'reviews' proclaiming this to rival Goldeneye should listen to those of us that just wasted 50 dollars to purchase: The Game Is Not Enough - to rip off a recent Bond title.