Summary: Hahaha. If you are thinking about buying this game for the same purpose as I bought it for, you probably aren't reading the reviews, but if you are I can tell you that the operation was a success ;)
Summary: Not very relistic? Stupid enemies?! MEDIOCRE GAMEPLAY???!!!!! Now look here, you children who are writing reviews; those of you who are making negative comments on this game must be so crazy, that you hate [almost] everything. This game is the most fun game Iv'e ever played, and for a good reason. It may have parts in it that are really hard, but if everything went smoothly and easily in the game, it would be no fun.
Summary: Agent Under Fire is a new and improved BOnd game that allows you to take control of a variety of weapons and gadgets AND allows you to drive Bond cars, the Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinger and my personal fave, the BMW Z8 from The World Is Not Enough. You play, of course, as British Agent 007 James Bond. YOu're up against a powerful enemy, Adrian Malprave and her henchman, Bloch, and Carla the Jackal.
Summary: When I heard they were going to make another FPS(first person shooter) in the bond series I was thrilled. Now in retrospect, I can say that I was no goldeneye, but the One-player game was much better. Multiplayer was not a good thing and the levels are way to small but if you like one-player FPS's this is a great title to have.
Summary: Agent Under Fire is not based on a James Bond movie.The game has 12 levels.Your in Hong Kong,Romainia,Switzerland,the South China Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.Your assignment is to stop Adrian Malprave from taking over the world by making a clone army.Malprave's henchmen are Carla the Jackal and Nigel Bloch.Bloch is the the perfect henchman.He is totally evil.But,Bond's face looks TERRIBLE!
Why is criticizing this game so much? This game is great!
Will Thomas, Amazon
27 November 2002
Summary: O.K. so maybe GoldenEye was better. But this game is well worth the money. First of all I like a challenging game, but not one that will take you a year to beat. This games levels, though short, are challenging and fun. All the people who say that you can't "explore" enough on this game don't know what there talking about. As far as I know GoldenEye didn't let you explore either. The graphics are awesome, and yes you do have hands.
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, got close enough.
Summary: I have been a long-time fan of the Bond franchise, and when I saw this game for PS2 I knew I had to have it. It looked impressive and in the end I have to admit, it was very entertaining, but certainly not a masterpiece. Now don't get me wrong, "Agent Under Fire" will provide you with hours of fun as you step into the shoes of secret agent, James Bond. Your objective: through a series of twelve missions investigate a clone conspiracy and take down the people in charge.
Summary: This is a pretty solid shoot-em-up from EA, not known for their prowess in this type of game. Basically, if you love Bond, you'll be into this game. It's not your traditional modern FPS. Why? Well, since Bond movies are traditionally PG or PG-13, the game stays in that mode. That's one of the few major complaints really. The movement, the shooting, and the action are all great, but there's not a drop of blood here. Strictly Bond shoot-em-up style.