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James Bond 007 Agent Under Fire - PlayStation 2

by Electronic Arts See the Amazon Page for this brand
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (214 customer reviews) 72 / 100

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Platform: PlayStation2
  • A major international corporation is trying to use cloning technology for evil purposes, and only Bond can stop them
  • Battle your way through distinct levels using Bond's spy abilities, plus help from Q, M, and the lovely agent Nightshade
  • Select the right weapons and gadgets, then dodge, fire, and fight past dangerous enemies
  • Use your wits to help Bond escape numerous deadly traps
  • Live the exciting life of a world-class secret agent!

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Platform: PlayStation2
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  • ASIN: B00005NUIZ
  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 19, 2001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (214 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,796 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Platform: PlayStation2

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Shaken, of course, Mr. Bond, not stirred. This latest James Bond title continues the spearheaded gameplay of Goldeneye. You take on the role of the famous spy and have all the cool gadgets and all the latest weaponry at your disposal. You will have to set out on covert missions and use all your wit and stealth to ensure you don't get captured by nefarious nemeses. On your missions you will have to complete tasks and disable enemy weaponry, computers and henchmen. In this game, familiar James Bond weaponry includes rocket launchers, machine guns and sniper rifles, as well as his trusty new Q toys built into everyday items.

In 007: Agent Under Fire, the player must defeat the evil criminal mastermind Malprave, head of a rising terrorist organization that is bent on ruling the world with an army of clones. Helping players along the way in Agent Under Fire is the gorgeous Zoe Nightshade and a cast of familiar characters. Each of the more than 10 exotic locations around the world contains a generous offering of challenging, well-balanced missions and objectives.

Agent Under Fire lets players accomplish mission objectives by blasting through with high-tech weaponry, or by relying on state-of-the-art gadgets and nerve-tingling stealth. The driving levels will feature an array of 007-inspired exotic cars and automotive combat from the Bond movies. Other key features include the all-new story line that builds on the Bond legacy with villains and allies, both new and familiar; three well-balanced gameplay experiences for the single player (action, stealth, and driving); a full arsenal of Q-lab weapons, gadgets, and autos; and fluid action inspired by the 007 films.

There are also enormous, detailed 3-D environments to be experienced through the eyes of Bond. Agent Under Fire will utilize next-generation console technology to help bring life to the full environmental physics and environments, including a massive deep-sea oil rig set atop a secret underwater base. The game includes single-player and multiplayer modes (with support for up to four players).

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59 of 61 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A View to a Thrill November 27, 2001
By Mark
Platform for Display:PlayStation2
In 1997, Rare breathed new life into the genre of first-person shooter games by releasing Goldeneye. To this day, some gamers feel that Goldeneye was the best game on the Nintendo 64.
Soon after, EA bought the rights to the James Bond franchise and released the lackluster Tomorrow Never Dies, The World is Not Enough, and 007 Racing for the Playstation. After three flops, gamers wondered why Rare lost the Bond license in the first place.
Fortunately, EA pulled its act together for James Bond's first outing on the Playstation 2. Entitled "007: Agent Under Fire," this is an original game that finally gives Goldeneye a run for its money. EA created an original story for the new game, and they've succeeded on that front. Agent Under Fire has everything that a 007 game should have: Bond girls, Q gadgets, heavily armed cars, and over-the-top villains.
Seasoned gamers will first notice that the controls for 007: AUF are the same as those in Medal of Honor. Seeing as how Medal of Honor was one of the best first-person shooters on the original Playstation, that can't be bad. But 007: AUF can't be classified as a simple FPS. Several of the missions have the player driving Bond's Aston Martin, firing at enemy vehicles. In other missions, the computer controls the driving while the player fires the weapons at oncoming enemies. These missions are very exciting, and they're a fresh playing experience that adds interest to what would have been a straight FPS.
EA has done an excellent job recreating the feel of the James Bond films. The graphics are very realistic. You will look twice at the digital Bond to make sure that it's not the real Pierce Brosnan. Players are rewarded for discovering secrets and using the Q gadgets creatively.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing, Outstanding Game October 17, 2001
By A Customer
Platform for Display:PlayStation2
What starts out looking like a perfectly rendered, but easy, shooter game gets tougher, longer and more exciting with each level. You've never seen graphics, sounds and stories like this. Each level flows perfectly to the next, there is a mix of shooting, driving... everything you could want. Easily the best playstation 2 game I've ever played. Ever.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very Good, But Not Great April 20, 2002
A Kid's Review
Platform for Display:PlayStation2
I have been a long-time fan of the Bond franchise, and when I saw this game for PS2 I knew I had to have it. It looked impressive and in the end I have to admit, it was very entertaining, but certainly not a masterpiece.
Now don't get me wrong, "Agent Under Fire" will provide you with hours of fun as you step into the shoes of secret agent, James Bond. Your objective: through a series of twelve missions investigate a clone conspiracy and take down the people in charge. You can do this using a variety of weapons and gadgets while sometimes driving souped up cars that incorporate machine guns and rocket launchers. Sounds cool, right? It is, and the great multiplayer action (which is as good if not better than Goldeneye's) only adds to the excitement you'll experience. The graphics are amazing as well providing realistic face expressions and environments.
However, if you are looking for a game that requires a brain to complete and a more interesting and complex plot, I would recommend "Metal Gear Solid 2", because if you face the facts, "Agent Under Fire" is simply a typical action game with a shoot-em'-up-bang-bang premise.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars EA could do better... May 17, 2002
Platform for Display:PlayStation2
No matter what, 007 Goldeneye for N64 (developed by Rareware), will be the best first person shooter for this classic series. Not only because of the high fun factor, but also because of the high replay value it has. You can play it again and again, not to mention the multiplayer mode, which is great. 007 Agent Under Fire, by EA Games, tries to get close. Levels have great graphics and details, and there are different modes including driving the BMW Z8 in the streets, but the game itself is not very challenging. Multiplayer is fun, after you get the hang out of it, but the only nice thing of this game is that its a Bond game. To synthesize:
- Cool graphics
- Nice weapon arsenal, very detailed
- Great multiplayer mode
- Two words: Bond Girls.
- The bad guys IQ's are an insult for gamers
- Bodies disappear after you have shot them
- Only 12 levels in the whole game
- Bond's face is horrible
- Sorry, but the cellphone gadgets are stupid. Miss the omega watch...
You'll definitely finish the game fast (even in Agent mode), and its also a fare multiplayer game. Unfortunately, being the only 007 PS2 title at the time, this is the closest you'll get to Goldeneye. Fun factor (3/5)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It's not Goldeneye November 30, 2001
By Doc
Platform for Display:PlayStation2
Okay AUF is a great game in my opinion. It has action, girls, guns, cars, etc. I find it fun and refreshing and something better than tradintional FPS. People complain that it's not like Goldeneye. It wasn't supposed to be. It was supposed to be a fun little action game for Bond fans and gamers alike. I think the multiplayer is great and that the options in there are just plain cool. However, single player could be left a little desired I found out that it is fun to go back a second time to unlock everything. It might take you more than that. I found the game fun and orginal. If you like Bond but like serious FPS like Half Life, then give it a rental first before purchase. If you like fun little action games with an awesome multiplayer, then get Agent Under Fire.
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