Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing
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Fun Game, But Haven't I Played It Before?
5 June 2004
Summary: "Everything Or Nothing" looks great and sounds great, but beneath the flashy surface, it's just another third-person shooter, not very different than a dozen other games in the genre. There are some standout moments, like when you're chasing after a train in a suped-up Porsche or free-falling over a cliff to catch a screaming Shannon Elizabeth. But the rest of the game is pretty standard stuff, ie: duck-n-shoot, mow down three bad guys, reload, mow down three more, yawn.
Summary: First of all, i'm not a huge Bond fan as i find the films a bit old fashioned for my tastes (i prefer Bourne - fingers crossed they will make a game based on those films for the PS2). Anyway, that being said i do usually enjoy playing 007 games such as the classic Goldeneye on the N64 or Agent Under Fire on the PS2. So i was really looking forward to playing Everything or Nothing after seeing the good reviews on amazon.
Summary: the second latest Bond game features all new third person view which is incresingly impressive, all new stealth missions and an all new array of gadgets plus never before seen third person moves and new driving missions bring out a range of brilliant new transport including motorbikes and armed Aston Martins.
Summary: Full UK version. Once you get use to the games control the game is not too bad. Much better than the first two. That is until you start driving the car round New Orleans. To say that the car is supposed to be the Aston Martin Vanquish, its handling and control are one complete joke.The car is supposedly comprised of some of the industries best technology - not in this game, you would be better off driving a fiat uno.