Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: Agent Under Fire
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007: Agent Under Fire
17 November 2003
Excerpt: Remember back in the day, playing Goldeneye on your N64, how you were mesmerized at the outstanding graphics that Bond offered? Well, ol' James is back and brighter than ever. The levels themselves in 007: Agent Under Fire aren't anything new, but the player models are incredible. Facial textures look so real you'd swear Sean Connery (who played the best James Bond character ever) was actually in the game.
Conclusion: story and heroine in the equally excellent first-person shooter they finally released in 2000, Perfect Dark. The Bond license meanwhile, was bought by mega-publisher Electronic Arts. But EA found out the hard way that following up a classic game is extremely hard to do. They have churned out a few Bond-based titles, most notably 007 Racing and another first-person shooter (FPS), The World Is Not Enough (TWINE), based on the 1999 movie of the same name.