Excerpt: No One Lives Forever is a port of the PC FPS that came out a few years ago. You play at the operative Cate Archer in a fleshed-out world that takes heavily from both James Bond and Austin Powers, playing up a hip '60's motif.
Pros: Quirky sense of humor, Varied gameplay
Cons: Dated graphics, Flawed save system, Long load times between levels, No multiplayer
Conclusion: lather, rinse, repeat. It’s a very frustrating string of events. Complicating this further is that if you get killed mid way through a long mission, you still have to start from the beginning to the scene you were on when you died since there is no quick save option while in play.
Excerpt: Monolith and Sierra's 60's spy spoof is a darn good, albeit mortally crippled, PC shooter that manages to move to consoles without most of the usual compromises. Over the last few years, first-person shooters have emerged as one of the most effective means of telling an immersive narrative possible...