Summary: After the glory days of Goldeneye on the N64, James Bond games set themselves a high standard early on. Whilst not the classic that Goldeneye was, Everything or Nothing is still an excellent game. ***Single Player*** The single player missions are engaging; the numerous cut scenes give an immersive feel, and do a good job at drawing you into the story.
James Bond 007: Everything Or Nothing (PS2): Co-op to end all co-ops
5 May 2009
Summary: This is slightly more than a typical Bond game and this is owed to its sophistication. As mentioned, by another reviewer, the game features a stunning cast including Brosnan, Dench and Cleese as Q. These voices are not essential but certainly add to the feeling of the game. The game features three modes: singleplayer, co-op and multiplayer.
Excerpt: "I am delighted to say that it is the best Bond game I have played on the Playstation 2 and certainly brings Bond back to form when compared to the other Bond games produced on the system. It's not to say the others are bad, but that the standard that's set by this game is higher and the experience is that much more satisfying. Here's why. From the moment you boot up the disc, it feels just like a Bond film. The lavish and surreal opening sequence? ...
Pros: Strong single player mode, great characters and gameplay .
Excerpt: "James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing for the Gamecube is a great game. The levels are cool, you play in third person view, and you can drive a helicopter and street motorcycle. This game is worth its price but the multiplayer should have been better. I recomend James Bond Nightfire, that game is sweet. it has great graphics and will cost to buy about £30 to buy new from most shops. you can get this game on most conoles like the playstation 2, gamecube ...
Pros: Story mode is awseome, third person view, cool guns