Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing
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This, Nightfire, and Agent Under Fire Are the BEST
JamesBond007Fan , GameStop
12 January 2014
Summary: I bought this a while back for my PS2, and it was excellent! The gameplay was easy and fun, graphics were amazing for the 480p Quality, and the Multiplayer Co-op was not the same as the singleplayer Co-op, it was a whole different story! It showed that 007 games can be better than the new COD: Ghosts, or Battlefield 4. It was a unique Bond game, with many new features, and changed 007 history! Buy It!
007 Everything or Nothing the game of my childhood
KizJ , GameStop
13 October 2012
Summary: When this game first came out, I rented it on GameCube, and man did I spend every second of that rental period playing this game. It is amazing. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys a good 3rd Person Shooter.
Conclusion: 007. This name has been one of the largest gaming entities ever devised. And now (drumroll, please)... the greatest Bond ever devised (or one of them.) From the pyramids of Egypt, to the towns of Peru, the latest globe-trotting adventure is gorgeus. You also have a variation of new abilities and gadgets. The rappel is cool but controlling the Q-Spider = fun as hell. You also have a variety of weapons, from the shotgun to the rocket launcher. Multiplayer is also fun.
Conclusion: EA decided to go in an entirely new direction with this bond game- third person. Was this a good decision? Most of the people who have played the game whould say yes. Why? Because of the good adventure put into it. I do have to agree this game does have places where you have to think, but then about seventy-five percent of the time the special bond sense answers all you're questions about what to do, so you rarely ever have to think, but it is a step up from previous...
Conclusion: Ever wanted to be James Bond? This game does that in spades. It puts you right into the middle of the bond universe in such a way that you feel like you're IN a bond movie! The story is very engaging and the fun factor is WAY high on this game. I defy you not to smile when playing some of the driving levels! This one stands as one of my favorite games of all time, in any genre on any console hands down.
Conclusion: You win some and you lose some. However, in the case of the James Bond franchise...you win one you lose the rest. This was a brave departure from the beat-the-dead-horse, FPS Bond titles of the past. However, as with ALL EA games (AND I MEAN ALL) there is a bland, formulaic, want-to-bash-your-head-on-the-floor for being duped into buying another craptacular PS2 port type of feeling. Can we all see where this is going????? I had high hopes and I wanted to love this game.
Conclusion: The best bond game since Golden Eye, and from what I expect, the best Bond game for the next few years at least. I'LL break it down. <b>Gameplay<b> Good solid fun, yet a gets a little bit boring after a while, because it's simply run and gun most of the time. From what I've seen the Bond moves aren't that Bond-ish either. This game makes me want to put it away alot. <b>Multiplayer to the rescue?