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James Bond 007 Agent Under Fire

by Electronic Arts See the Amazon Page for this brand
Teen
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (181 customer reviews) 74 / 100

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  • ESRB Rating: Teen
  • Genre: Action/Adventure

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  • ASIN: B00005V3EX
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 13, 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (181 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,992 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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The first-person action title 007: Agent Under Fire delivers missions and levels filled with a well-balanced mixture of action and stealth, as well as a headlong driving mode. This being Bond, the game includes tons of techno gadgets and sophisticated spy craft. Agent Under Fire offers an immersive experience built specially for the GameCube, and a story line that builds on the Bond legacy with a combination of new and familiar villains and allies. The action takes place in fantastic, detailed 3-D environments seen through the eyes of Bond. The game is intended for up to four players.

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The whiplash speed of the new EA Bond title will leave you shaken but not stirred as it rips onto the GameCube system. Driven by a completely new and original story line, 007: Agent Under Fire delivers a red-hot first-person action title that mixes a dizzying array of missions and levels with furious action and stealth tactics. The cutting-edge driving action will make your heart pump and the state-of-the-art gadgets and sophisticated spy-craft will satisfy the most diehard of Bond fans.

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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars James Bond Rocks April 5, 2002
Platform for Display:GameCube
If you like Golden Eye for N64 (which everybody does), you will love Agent Under Fire. It is exactly like Golden Eye, exept with new weapons, amazing graphics, new maps, new gadgets, amazing missions, and cool video clips.
If the exact N64 version of Golden Eye were released today on Gamecube, Xbox, or PS2, this would be my comparison of Agent Under Fire and Goldeneye.
GOLDENEYE
Appearance: 6
Graphics: 2
Sound: 9
Music: 5(After playing the game a while, the James Bond theme song gets VERY annoying )
Fun Factor: 10
AGENT UNDER FIRE
Appearance: 9.5
Graphics: 9
Sound:10
Music: 5 (After playing the game a while, the James Bond theme song gets VERY annoying )
Fun Factor: 9 (Even though this game is amazingly enjoyable, Golden Eye is a tad more fun than Agent Under Fire.
If you thought Golden Eye was amazing, compare the points I gave each of them and you do the math.
Is this game worth buying?
YES! It NEVER gets old or boring!!!!!!!
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37 of 43 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The best story plot for any James Bond yet! March 31, 2002
Platform for Display:GameCube
There are 4 James Bond games in this world. There's Goldeneye, for the N64. This plot was kill, kill, kill, oh, and when your done could you please kill these people too? Tomorrow Never Dies, for the Playstation, seemed to never get anywhere. It was 3rd person, had sloppy control, and I couldn't make out a storyline. The World is not enough, N64 again, was probably the most amazing N64 games there. Agent under fire seems to follow in The World is not Enough's footsteps, but takes everything TWINE took to the max, and takes the max to the max... if that doesn't make any sense don't worry because it doesn't... With more gadgets, guns and girls than any other 007 game, along with the most stunning graphics out of all the 007 games, and probably the best plot among any other 007 game.
When I put the CD in to play, got through the intro, and got to main screen, and selected "Select Mission" and pressed start, I was immediately put into a mission briefing. Q, M and Mickaloi (the gadgets wiz) will explain what to do, when to do it, and what is happening. When I pressed "A" and started the game, I experienced a cut-scene. It showed me in a car driving to a tower. Then, Q explained my options of entering. You can use a Q-decoder to glitch the lock on a door into opening, or use my Q-Claw to climb up the wall and drop from above. I was speechless! As I went on, the story develops, and the game gets more and more interesting. You have 3 tries to complete a level (if you die at certain milestone, you start there) until you die completely and are exited to the main screen again. The guns and gadgets are definitely more impressive. The one problem: WHERE THE HECK IS PIERCE BROSNON!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The most realistic Bond adventure yet.... May 4, 2002
Platform for Display:GameCube
...But sadly, not the best. The graphics and gameplay in "Agent Under Fire" are fantastic, but at times the game is way too easy. While this in itself is not so bothersome, it does leave something to be desired once you complete the game.
You are 007, the agent who needs no introduction, and it is your job to save the world (a cliched spy plot that still works, suprisingly), which is done by completing various missions. What I love about this game is the diversity. In "Goldeneye" you were almost always on foot, running after and shooting baddies. In this game, you can race through the streets in the BMV Z8, or shoot enemies out of the back of your car while your sexy female sidekick drives. Also included are a variety of new toys, like a laser to cut off locks, or a claw to latch onto high places.
The graphics and music are stunning, taking full advantage of the Gamecube's abilities. The animation and cinematics are also well done, and very life-like. This is the next best thing to being Bond.
The flaws mentioned before are not crippling, but I would have liked a little more challenge. Personally, I prefer "Goldeneye" for N64, simply for the depth. Don't listen to anyone who says "Buy the Xbox or PS2 versions instead", they are exactly the same game, and the pros and cons apply to all versions.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars THIS GAME RULES!!!!!!!! January 30, 2002
By Sean
Platform for Display:GameCube
Who ever doesn't have this game you have to get it! The graphics are so cool and the sound on dolby digital surround sound is AWSOME! Even without surround sound the sound is still cool. It has 12 levels/missions. It also has new gadgets and here they are: Q-Jet, Q-Claw, Q-Laser, Q-descripter. There are other ones but you will have to find out while you are playing the game. (....) It has some new guns. One of the guns is the P2K which looks exactly like the real thing. This game is out for PS2 and the graphics are just a little bit better on GameCube. On one of the levels(the third) you have to disable a van to get something, but dont worry you will find out what it is. You can't destroy the van or else you will fail your mission. The car you drive has missiles, rockets, etc. There I just gave you a little tip about the third level. You have to buy this game!!! ...
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars An attempt at Bond. James Bond. June 16, 2005
By Simon
Platform for Display:GameCube
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
Agent Under Fire was the first James Bond title to appear on current-generation consoles, and its a decent if not spectacular effort. This game is notable in that it doesnt feature Pierce Brosnan's likeness as James Bond, but an entirely new face that seems to draw from all the James Bond actors over the years.

Really, this is an average shooter all around. The enemy AI isn't particularly intelligent, and the graphics are decent but not noteworthy. Bond comes with some extra gadgets, but most of these seem like gimmicks without much versatility. There's a very sci-fi-ish plot here involving clones that seems to stretch believability even by Bond standards, and its capped off by a disappointing non-ending.

The best parts of the game though, are the driving and rail-shooter stages between the first-person levels. At the time it was a pleasant surprise to get a nicely produced driving engine in a shooting game, and rail shooters are always fun for their simplicity in an old-school, arcade kind of way.

I had fun with Agent Under Fire, and its an entertaining game if you go in with the right expectations. Later Bond games are much improved, suggesting that EA did learn from their time with this one. Bond fans can add this to their collection without worry, but hardcore gamers should look for an overall stronger experience.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Game
Recommended for 007 players
Published 16 days ago by Gerardo Bugarin
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Love it!!!!
Published 28 days ago by phillip tarabola
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
it ok
Published 1 month ago by Weicong Lin
5.0 out of 5 stars hours of fun
love this game from the past
Published 1 month ago by Frank
4.0 out of 5 stars This is a great game and not too expensive.
My son loves this game. We recently lost many games due to a fire. This was the first game he wanted replaced. He likes everything about it.
Published 1 month ago by Penelope
4.0 out of 5 stars Loved every second of it.
Out of the many bond games I played, this one ranked up there with the best. I wasn't too sold on the guy that did the voice of 007 in this game, since he sounded like he had a... Read more
Published 4 months ago by Steve S.
5.0 out of 5 stars Use to play this game years ago
Exactly what I remembered it was. A little more challenging after playing and getting use to all these new war games. I got use to it though.
Published 4 months ago by Marc Johnson
5.0 out of 5 stars Good game
Well the boys are still playing it so I guess the like it . We have had the game for sometime and there still havering fun .
Published 5 months ago by Bonnie X
3.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Bond Game
This game is so easy to pick up which makes it so much fun. Playing James Bond is always a pleasure in First Person but when you able to run and gun like you do this game is just a... Read more
Published 7 months ago by Zeke Thompson
4.0 out of 5 stars great fps game
were do i start with this AWSOME game! multiplayer is great as with the singleplayer! also it reminds me alot of goleneye 007 for n64
Published 13 months ago by miles manner
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