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007 The World is Not Enough

by Nintendo
Nintendo 64
Teen
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (160 customer reviews) 81 / 100


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  • ASIN: B00004UG9B
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 10 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (160 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,249 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Cartridge and hard plastic collector case with reprint of original case artwork - NO MANUAL - Front label is fully in tact. Game cartridge is in good condition but may show normal signs of age such as minor scratches, discoloration, or debris in creases. All games are tested before being put into our inventory.

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The World Is Not Enough is the highly anticipated sequel to the Nintendo 64's hugely popular first-person shooter, Golden Eye 007. Playing as James Bond, you'll accomplish mission objectives while using your Licence to Kill any bad guy in your sites. Crouch, jump, swim, climb, and run through each mission. There are three difficulty settings, each one making the bad guys tougher while adding mission objectives. And, playing to Bond's particularly glamorous skills, there is a forced-scrolling skiing-and-shooting level. Get important game info from the good guys you meet, including Q and M.

Just like its predecessor, The World Is Not Enough has a multiplayer mode that's sure to be popular. The game has at least five multiplayer arenas for two-on-two, two-on-one, and three-on-one teams. Choose any character from the single-player mode, designate players controlled with artificial intelligence, and customize the match's settings: starting arsenal, weapons available for pickup, health power-ups, and match duration.


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92 of 104 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bond Has Come Home October 16, 2000
By A Customer
Format:Video Game
While this game hasn't been released yet, so no one out there can really review it yet, as an employee of EA (but not on any of the Bond teams), I would like to give my thoughts and opinions on how this game has turned out.
First, this game is truely amazing. Being a big fan of Rare's Goldeney and Perfect Dark, I was wondering if it would be possible to top those gaming experiences. In the end, I would say yes. To me, The Worlds Not Enough is the first Bond not made by Rare to top Goldeneye and Perfect Dark on all levels. The graphics are incredibly detailed, smooth, and for the most part run at an incredibly smooth frame rate. Even in levels with filled with city detail, cars, people, explosions, etc., the game maintains a very good frame rate. The character animations and models are also a big step over what was seen in Goldeneye and Perfect Dark. In graphics, The Worlds Not Enough truely shows what the Nintendo 64 is capable of. When using the expansion pack, which I recommend, the graphics are even more amazing. While many games that employee the use of the expansion pack, most of the time its only for high-res graphics, usually resulting in frame rate problems. This is not the case for The Worlds Not Enough. While yes the expansion pack is used for optional high-res graphics, it is also used to improve the visual effects in the game. Best of all, unlike a lot of games that use it, it doesn't become a trade off....better graphics, not so great frame rate. Even with the use of the pack, the frame rate remains pretty constant.
Sound is another high point for the game. Of course it tops Goldeneye since that game was released by in 1997, but it also tops the sound found in Perfect Dark. The games' score is strong, very bond-ish, and helps to really draw you into the game.
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78 of 89 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Best First-person shooter on the N64? October 3, 2000
Format:Video Game
This is one of the most anticipated games of the year.But is it as good as we want it to be and is it worth buying?The following info should help you to decide.
In this game you are James Bond who must go through these levels with stealth and caution.The enemies start in different locations each time you play the game so don't try memorizing their locations.You will be using pistols most of the time but there are still forty other weapons and gadgets you can use.Like in Perfect Dark(PD) the weapons all have second functions.Pretty much all characters in single-player are available in multi-player however you must earn them like in GoldenEye(GE) and PD.The graphics are incredible with the use of the expansion pak and the levels are great!You must save your progress with a memory pak which can be a pain sometimes but hey,that doesn't effect the gameplay at all.By the way,there are hardly any slow downs in the game like there is in GE and PD which is a big plus. There are 14 levels and just as many,if not more,multi levels. There are many options in multi including the option to put in simulants.Hope that helped.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Refreshing, great multiplayer game: 00-sensational! December 13, 2000
Format:Video Game
I have both Goldeneye and Perfect Dark and have just started playing TWINE. It is a really refreshing change from Goldeneye and Perfect Dark - and it follows the film extremely well including animated extracts from the film.
Positives: #The weapons in this game have a great feel-good sensation
#There are a lot more multiplayer levels that are not too large yet still exciting.
#The opportuntity for sims in multiplayer
#Multiplayer is better than PD as the graphics in PD can sometimes get jerky and fuzzy especially when there are a lot of multiplayers and sims.
#More gadgets than Goldeneye
#Great pre- and post-mission "movies" with voices this time (unlike Goldeneye)
Negatives
#Perhaps not as many options as in PD (especially in multiplayer), but as a result it's graphics don't suffer (so perhaps a positive).
#Lack of a good intro to the game
#Loading time
However the postives completely outweigh the negatives - this is a great game and I have enjoyed the variety in missions, the great weapons, the scintillating multiplayer games and exciting new gadgets.
A sensational successor to Goldeneye 007. Give it a go.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great for One Player, Lacking in Multiplayer November 29, 2000
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I know what you are all thinking... "Only 3 stars? Are you insane?" But allow me to explain:
This is an incredible new game if you are primarily interested in the Single-Player aspect. Like GoldeEye, it features fast-paced action and intrigue as you wander through maze-like streets, and incredibly detailed buildings as 007 himself. The weapons are mostly new, and have a slower reloading time which can be annoying when your screen is full of bad guys, but in the end adds to the challenge and feels more realistic. Also, Bond gets to use "Gadgets" now, like X-Ray goggles, and grappling hooks. This is great because now you feel like you really are using Q's high-tech toys rather than just pressing a buttons. Finally, the new one-player levels are just as good if not better than the original, becuase of their incredible detail.
However, I am not impressed with the MultiPlayer aspect of this game, which is a major problem in my opinion. First off, everyone who got used to the inverted targeting from Goldeneye and Perfect Dark will find they have to manually switch their targeting options on *each* controller *every* time they play a multiplayer game. Also, the weapons selection is very limited and highly unorganized. In GE, you could essentially choose almost exactly which weapons you wanted, as you can in Perfect Dark. However in TWINE, you only get 3 options for "weapons detail" and they are High, Medium, and Low. So no more choosing "Rocket Launchers" or "Power Weapons" for your multiplayer games. Now your weapons are mostly a surprise. Also, pressing "Start" during multiplayer causes everyone's screen to shut off rather than just showing you your current stats while allowing everyone else to continue playing.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Great product! Brings back great memories.
Published 1 month ago by collectorsparadise1999
5.0 out of 5 stars Dope
Looks brand new. No obvious damage. Re-living my childhood. Thanks!!!!
Published 5 months ago by Melonie
3.0 out of 5 stars It's no GoldenEye 64
Average game. It was okay but the graphics were subpar and its small weapon assortment left a lot to be desired.
Published 6 months ago by Rob
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
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Published 6 months ago by james d.
5.0 out of 5 stars I love to play again with my Nintendo 64
Just what I expected. I love to play again with my Nintendo 64. Brings back a lot of memories.
Published 6 months ago by Maximiliano
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Great condition
Published 6 months ago by Gimael Tevar
3.0 out of 5 stars Somewhat missed out due to it being in Rare's GoldenEye shadow
A good FPS and a good Bond game. It doesn't have that "GoldenEye" feel but is still worth a go. The N64 version brings better animations and voice overs that GoldenEye did not. Read more
Published 7 months ago by Joe
4.0 out of 5 stars A great game for any Bond fans or N64 shooters out there
Bought this game for it's exceptional graphics as far as N64 graphics go. ^^
Published 8 months ago by Ryan
5.0 out of 5 stars I love this game!
I remember playing this game as a kid, all the clips, and especially the audio from this game are still crystal clear. Read more
Published 9 months ago by Adam
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome
Absolutely love this game can play it endlessly, arrived in good condition and was certainly worth the price that I paid for it.
Published 9 months ago by Travis Hegstrom
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