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- To play out the challenge of thinking and acting like Bond, players will make choices ranging from direct confrontation to subtle misdirection when interacting with enemies. When it comes time for combat, Bond can engage in hand-to-hand fighting, using obj
- 3rd Person perspective
- Multiple ways to complete missions, with player rewards for completing objectives with Bond style using disguise to temporarily take the identity of a defeated foe, misdirection, and other spy tactics rather than brute force
- Sophisticated hamd-to-hand fighting
- Over 20 weapons and gadgets
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Perfect for fans of New Orleans, a lot of the story takes place in that historic city of Louisiana. James Bond has the fast cars, the sexy, intelligent women, and the self assured skills that get him out of any jam.
All the actors and actresses are here, and it makes a HUGE difference to hear John Cleese, Judi Densch, Pierce Brosnan and all the other voices speaking to you while you play. The likenesses are all very accurate too, so it really is like playing a movie.
Where some previous Bond games were more like Rambo, this one is pure Bond. You get special bonus points for doing a special Bond Move where you defeat your enemies with a brilliant strategy instead of just blasting them. It's more Splinter Cell rather than Unreal II.
The graphics are great, with little spider robots, slick cars, well done smoke and fire and other atmospheric effects. You really do feel like you're in a movie and not looking at a texture-mapped building.
Gameplay is great, too. The enemies show some amazing AI in sequences. It might get a little used to the gameplay style, but stick with it. After a few hours of the learning curve (which a well done training level works you through) you will be totally immersed in this world.
Replayability is just amazing, too. You go through once to get the basic idea of the level. But then you keep going through aiming for those Bond moments, and trying to ratchet your score up by doing it quickly and accurately. If you're able to get on Platinum Level in all missions, you unlock new bonusses.Read more ›
If you are looking for a challenging game with a lot of puzzles and riddles, go buy Tomb Raider or something. If you want a fun-filled afternoon, but Everything or Nothing. I also recommend Kill.Switch but that's just for the total mayhem and violence that you can create. I'm versatile that way.
Most of the problem is that the Bond games until now have failed to convey the fun and fury of the movies. This is ironic, considering how much like a video game the games increasingly feel. I think Electronic Arts may have crossed an invisible line in the sand with 'Everything or Nothing'. It may be that we don't need the movies anymore. After all, wouldn't you rather play James Bond than watch some actor playing James Bond?
Maybe not. Regardless, 'Everything or Nothing' hits several important benchmarks for being a Bond game and nearly seemlessly blends storytelling with the action set pieces.
Like a Bond movie, the game starts with a stellar action scene. The third person perspective adds volumes to the "Bond feel" of the game. The graphics are so good, you could almost believe you were directing a movie. Gameplay is intercut with effective in-game movies which actually help add to the atmosphere and help move the story along.
It's obvious EA hired decent writers as well as the legitimate actors for this game. Pierce Brosnan was the physical model for the last Bond game, 'Nightfire', but he didn't voice his character. Instead, they chose a far posher English guy with a "plum in his mouth". I could have done a better Bond impression (but then again, I am English).
Brosnan, Judi Dench and Richard Kiel as well as John Cleese all make extensive appearances in the game having been scanned by computer and do their own voices. The effect is a blurring of the movies and the game and it works to great effect.
The game mechanics themselves are much improved over 'Agent Under Fire' and 'Nightfire'.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
First of all you can buy this poorly put together game at game stop for $10. The controls are placed terribly, any type of accuracy is a lie.Published 6 months ago by Tabitha
My copy was delivered fast. And thats good. Ive decided to play all the James Bond games and I have looked up the reviews. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Just beated the whole game today, and I know it's 2015, but why not go back to the greatest PS2 games there were? Read morePublished 15 months ago by Alex n
I enjoyed playing this game, 5 stars, it was playable just like new.Published 19 months ago by MarioGuerra