Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing
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007: Everything or Nothing Review
9 February 2008
Conclusion: I could go on for quite some time about how much Everything or Nothing impressed me. Yes, it does have its flaws, such as an awkward camera and hit or miss controls, but for players that are fans of any action games (especially Bond titles), this is a no-brainer of a purchase. This title often feels like a Bond movie rather than a game. It truly gives players the opportunity to be the tuxedoed one himself.
Excerpt: There's another 007 game stalking the scene, and it's possibly one of the best in a long time. Steven takes a spy, hooks up a controller, and dives in for some gadgets and glory. Be sure to read over his report here.
Excerpt: "Everything or Nothing" doesn't have nothing wrong with it, but it does feel like EA Games has thrown everything into the production. Although gamers still have fond memories of Bond's console adventure "Goldeneye", "Everything or Nothing" is an enormous adventure with impressive production values and a very cinematic feel that challenges the movies.
Excerpt: "James Bond 007: Everything Or Nothing jatkaa Electronic Artsin edellisen Bond-peli Nightfiren jalanjäljillä olemalla erittäin laadukas lisenssipeli niin PS2:lla kuin Xboxillakin. Everything Or Nothing tarjoaa pelaajan koettavaksi James Bond-elokuville erittäin uskollisen tyylistä toimintaa ja pauketta rikkaan audiovisuaalisen annin avulla niin jalan kuin mitä hauskemmilla menopeleilläkin. Yksinkertaisesti sanottuna paras Bond-peli tähän asti.