Summary: My copy was delivered fast. And thats good. Ive decided to play all the James Bond games and I have looked up the reviews. Everything or nothing truly feels like I am taking part inside the movie. Im playing the PS2 version. So my copy (graphics wise) it isnt the best polished version of the game.
Summary: ...masquerading as a video game and allowing you to lead Bond through his missions. Action-packed prelude that throws you into the mix without a pause? Check. Cheesy theme song? Check. Scenery Chewing Villain? Check. Bond hooking up with the easiest girls this side of wild kegger?
Summary: I completely enjoyed every aspect of this game with one, glaring exception. Multiplayer. Oh sure, the option appears on the screen when two controllers are plugged in, but don't be fooled, this game has no real multiplayer.
Summary: Excellent Bond game for the older PS2. This game you can set the level in case you are not as fast and good as the younger generation - ha. I am still having fun with this game. Controls and game are easy to learn. Game is fun too and not frustrating like some other Bond's I've played.
Summary: This is one of the few really good games I managed to overlook when the PS2 was in it's prime. I wasn't sure about going from the 1st person view to 3rd person, but it works...it really really works. The missions are so much more varied from Bonds games of old.
Summary: This is probabbly the best Bond game made so far. It packs tons off Bond action, gadgets and even some pretty cool Bond moves. In this cool new Bond installment instead with sticking to the old first person shooter they went with third peron. This new installmant is the evolution in Bond games.