Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: Agent Under Fire
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So many games out there that are in the same genre that are better then this
4 April 2011
Excerpt: I've been meaning to play a Bond game for a while now and decided to pick this as my first. Now although it doesn't do much particularly wrong, there's not really anything that stands out either. You have your set pieces, your explosions and your fast paced driving but everything that is done just blends into one. Although I enjoyed it enough to finish it, there wasn't really anything that made me go wow no matter how much it tried.
Excerpt: Bond games have been very hit and miss in the past, but it is refreshing to see a game that's not an adaptation of a film, and instead has a go at something fresh. Agent Under Fire may not be perfect, but it's a bold and brave effort that's worth it for the impressive multiplayer mode. That said, it does falter in a few areas - the graphics are fairly sub-standard for a PS2 game at the time.
Excerpt: When I picked up this title originally in the shops, I merely thought to myself "Another Bond game, it will be as poor as the last one" However, after putting the title back on the shelf, I read a magazine review of the game which claimed it was better than Goldeneye, so I decided that if it comes close to Goldeneye standards, I should buy this game. So, in the not too distant past, I shelled out 37 pounds for 007 - Agent Under Fire.