Summary: NLfE is a great game.You play as a bad### chick and it is so cool because there are different bullets such as dum-dums that if you shoot a car it will explode. The tutorial is great,accept that the doors in the corridor a alike,so its sometime hard to find the right door.Buy it!!!!!!
Summary: Dear Maker of this Video Game, I think this video game was a good one. But some of the times were very confusing. Example- When you had to find the private office of Dumas i couldnt find it. I thought i found it, when he was talking to his secretary, but i guess that wasnt it. I still havent found it i have been working on it for 2 days. Either i am not seeing it or i just cant find it.
Summary: To be honest, I love this game. If you ask me, it's worth every penny of the low price $29.99. Let me explain: First of all, most reviews you will read of this game are WRONG! Gamespot.com gave "No One Lives Forever" a 4.3/10. That's just wrong. Let me tell you why I love this game: A. Good plot. The plot flows so much better than most shooting games and is rather thick. There is much dialogue between missions but it is all worthwhile and well-done. B.
Summary: Although the loading times are a little slow - this game is still very entertaining. The dialog between the guards when Cate is sneaking up on them is funny. The switching between weapons in a tight situation can be a little rough but all in all the game is fun - and there are alot of areas to explore. Try it out you have nothing to loose.
Summary: Does that line ring a bell? Well for those of us who are fans of the James Bond series, it should, as it's a tip of the hat to James' famous pick-up line in the movies, in fact even the title itself is borrowed from one of the James Garner novels "Nobody Lives Forever". With all of that in mind, this game should play like a James Bond game, and in fact it does, it even plays just as well as the recently made "Agent Under Fire", an official James Bond game.
Excerpt: Given how so many first person shooters are very self serious, it's refreshing to see a game that really doesn't take things to heart. No One Lives Forever, a very unsubtle spoof of the 1960s spy thriller genre (building on the success of recent parodies such as Austin Powers, no doubt), has a very apt sense of humour, and is a very special outing for those who like their action with a dash of laughs too. This is quirky, fun, and important gaming.
Excerpt: Lara who? i hear you cry. well at least thats what you would be crying after playing this game. lets start at the bginning, well actually that might put you off as it was a bit of a bugger to install, what with there being two discs and an annoying use the second drive system. but once past that stage... it gets worse, the first level is rock. its a silent scope style snipe out. you have to protect some american fat ass who just seems to want to be shot.
Excerpt: I bought this on a whim. It paid off. Absolutely superb stuff. Carrying on where Goldeneye left off on the N64, the PC has a game to rival the playability, if not the depth, of Rainbow Six. Its Austin Powers with a machine gun. Fun and addictive, like all the best games should be. I'm not a big fan of PC games in general, I've always prefered consoles for gaming, but this has changed my mind. So PC didn't peak with The Sims..