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James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing

Not Rentable
Also on:GBA, PS2, GC
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Great Game!

posted by knblouis (SAN LEANDRO, CA) Mar 28, 2007

Member since Mar 2007

2 out of 3 gamers (67%) found this review helpful

This bad boy game is PERFECT! I think this game should be available in any store on the planet! The graphics on this game are incredible. The motion of it is awsome! Really,really,really good! This is a perfect game and I recomend it!

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At least it's not the worst game ever.

posted by guitarman (COLWICH, KS) Apr 20, 2007

Member since Jan 2004

1 out of 2 gamers (50%) found this review helpful

The game, for the most part, was fairly decent. Good story, great graphic and sound, mostly fun, but it can be incredibly frustrating, and i don't mean the difficulty. The controls were just awful, especially the driving stages. I have never played a game where controlling a car was THAT friggen hard. It always feels like 007 had one too many dry martini's. Also, concerning the driving scenes, you can't lock on to an enemy when your in a car or on a motorcycle. It's not so bad for the cars, since the rockets automatically lock, but horrible for the motorcycle. Also the lock on feature sometimes didn't work right for the normal stages. You can't lock on to people behind you, and, to quote Jimmi Hendrix, it's a frustrating mess. Also having to enter bond sense mode every time you want to destroy an object gets tedious after a while. I couldn't even finish the game, it simply stopped being fun.

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Good... Pretty Good.

posted by morgan72 (STRATFORD, CT) Feb 27, 2007

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Member since Oct 2006

1 out of 2 gamers (50%) found this review helpful

I was torn on this one, been a huge Bond fan my whole life, but burned so often by the direct theme games I didn't know if I wanted to bother. I took the plunge and rented it anyways, and you know, not half bad. Its definitely a step behind in re to the technology that was available in its competitors at the time of release, but it had a lot of ingredients that more than made up for it. Story was supposed to be independent of the films so it was fun to have a new adventure, made lots of "toys" available, and the missions were diverse enough to keep you hanging on. Its not one that you'll take a sick day to stay home and play, but you'll definitely cramp up some fingers playing it out.

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