Excerpt: Date: 5/2/2006 Bond, James Bond. Shaken, not stirred. These classic James Bond lines were meant to be spoken by Sean Connery. To borrow from a Bond theme song from a different era, nobody does it better.
Excerpt: 007: From Russia With Love is a movie that thinks it's a game, the game that plays like a movie. Games inspired by movies usually end up with a few cut-scenes and some action that takes place in locales from the film.
Summary: Electronic Arts quickly ports this disappointing console game to the PSP. And guess what? From Russia With Love is a disappointing PSP game that is hurt by poor controls, a lazy camera, and some strange editing decisions! Tweet This product was submitted by the publisher for review.
Summary: When Electronic Arts first announced From Russia With Love I was excited, it felt like my dreams were starting to come true. As a huge fan of the 007 film series I was overjoyed to have another chance to relive a Bond adventure, and the fact that Sean Connery, the greatest Bond of them all, would be...
Excerpt: There are times when it would be nice to be James Bond, England’s most famous and debonair adventurer. When he’s socializing with the world’s most beautiful women, when he’s sipping a martini (shaken, not stirred) and when he’s driving luxurious sports cars through the most spectacular environments...
Excerpt: From Russia With Love is based on the 1960's Bond film of the same name. Bond is sent to Istanbul to recover an encryption machine from a Russian agent who is defecting. It turns out that this is a trap set by the crime organization SPECTRE, who wants to avenge the death of Dr. No.
Conclusion: This is an example of taking a PC port to the Xbox and not making it work. The single player mode is an utter mess, and the multiplayer can barely hold on its own. I would recommend looking else where for a good FPS because you are not going to find much in this one.