Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing
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This game.. its To real not enough unneccessary death......
13 March 2005
Summary: I loved goldeneye because you could go around Killing civilians , Natalya and ending countless lives hastily without thought by randomly firing into the crowd. but in bond games today you cant kill 1 civilian and keep playing.This game is more like a movie.Although it is funny when your traveling 70...
Summary: I hated this game. It was terrible. I loved nightfire because me my bro and my cuz would play 3 v. 6 and we would kill the albots. IN this game you can only play vs 1-2 albots. The guns stink and the game is very very boring. THe story mode is very stupid and the levels aren't put together well.
Summary: I buy Bond games mostly for the multiplayer because it is the most fun. When I played this Bond, it was in 3rd Person. That means there is one screen and it's from a birds eye view. The missions are fun for about five minutes, but after that they gat old.
Summary: I have played both of EA's previous 007 games...Agent Under Fire and Nightfire. Though they lacked a good storyline, they much better than Everything or Nothing. Well, apparently, EA Games decided to switch from the traditional first-person shooter view to the third-person view, which allowed you to...
Summary: Okay, lets face it. Ea's 007 titles never were very good, with relatively simple missions where you run around from room to room and shoot everyone that moves in the trademark first-person view.
Summary: If you like high action games, that require allot of thinking and skill. This might not be the game for. But if you enjoy a simple game with decent and story line, a game that anyone can beat then this is a game for you.
Summary: Another in the long and undistinguished list of style-over-content licensed games. The gameplay is tired trial-and-error stuff, the control layout is counter intuitive and the third person camera and lock-on-system is pathetically inadequate when it comes to dealing with enemies.