Reviews and Problems with James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing
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007: Everything or Nothing Reader Review - 7.3
Thirteen666, IGN Entertainment
24 December 2004
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: 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?
James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing (Xbox): Third-person Bond
21 July 2008
Summary: Everything or Nothing was definitely one of my favourite James Bond games on the Xbox. In this game you no longer play in first person, it is now third person. What this adds to the game is a better cover system when shooting, more stealthy approach to missions and more control over James Bond. With so many FPS's out there, I think this was a good decision by EA. Another good thing about this game is the variation of gameplay.
Excerpt: "James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing Review "With everything at stake, the world calls on Bond". I believe that James bond everything or nothing is the best James bond game to date, certainly on the Xbox. The previous games based on the timeless film formula have all been in first person and everything or nothing is in 3rd person and really breaks the mould in many respects. Plot (9/10)- Everything or nothing is not based on any of the films ...
Excerpt: "I wasn't disapointed when i played the game but i do feel it needs more weapons and harder co op levels. The graphics are good and the AI is good but it can get annoying when enemies hide behind objects and only come out to shoot you, but that is what makes the AI so good. But if you are thinking of buying this game you would have to be a person that likes shoot em up's. Like it's predecessors it is still action packed with lots of explosions and ...
Pros: third person sight to see around corners
Cons: controls sometimes do not respond when you want
Excerpt: "James bond returns in this action packed, star studded adventure game for all platforms. My version is on the Xbox, which allows for a far faster, more detailed game than the other consoles. ------------------------ The Bond Games ------------------------ This is the latest in MGM’s series of James Bond games. After the success of Goldeneye on the N64, they set about making more first person shooter games. These were based around the movies ...
Summary: James Bond returns to next-gen consoles in style in the new '3rd person' action adventure, "Everything or Nothing". His last outing, "Nightfire" was an enormously enjoyable first-person shooter. It had a movie like feel and lots of detail, but... something was lacking. It all felt a little shallow somehow. Well EA Games have ditched the now familiar FPS style of previous Bond games and opted for a "Splinter Cell" look. It works brilliantly.
Summary: Great graphics, feeling of complete immersion into the Bond universe, great gameplay, but a little short. First off, the graphics are fantastic. The character models are very lifelike, and the explosions look scarily real. The scenery is detailed and the weapons have a realistic impact upon the environment. The different vehicles and gadgets really add to the gameplay rather than just being an add-on to the on-foot action.
Summary: I was very disapointed when I heard the game slip on a t.v programe and I think it has now lost 50% of its hype so its really got to pull it out the bag if it hopes to make good sales it has something to beat agent under fire and night fire where great and its in a 3rd person now like tommorow never dies (ps1) I do miss it in 3rd person so lets hope it works
Summary: First things first i know this game hasn't been released yet and won't be for quite a while but i have played a near finished demo version and i tell you it is good. The first thing you will notice is the change of viewpoint from 1st to 3rd person. In my opinion this just makes the game even better as you really get a sense of being Bond. Another improvement is the combat system which now features hand to hand and gun based fighting.