007: Nightfire (2002)

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James Bond is on a mission to investigate about a stolen space weapon platform. Raphael Drake, who is an industrialist that takes on a job to disarm nuclear missiles, is suspected to secretly using them to start a nuclear holocaust.


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Danny Bilson, Paul De Meo, Ian Fleming (characters)

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7 December 2002 | Zillamen
A very impressive game, but...
I have rented it. Loved it, and am about to buy it. The graphics here can rival any game cube title (but I don't know about Metroid Prime). They made Bond look exactly like Brosnan, and almost everyone here looks too real (but they made poor old Q un-funny and cartoon-like! Look at his bow-tie!) The sound is very good, I would swear a gun-fight is being fought in my living room! The gameplay is pretty easy to understand and you can just pick up your controller and blast away at things!

Now, the bad parts.

Who exactly though this illogical Moonraker/Golden Eye/Tommorow Never Dies/World is Not Enough story would work anyway? I mean come on! I have written better stuff than this in school essays! And the theme (while it is nice the game had one) totally bombs! Ever since Tommorow Never Dies there have been no good Bond themes! Anything else I can think of...yes. Two words: Raphel Drake. The worst James Bond villian since Charles Grey played Blofelt! He is as threatening as Leo Bloom for crying out loud! Hmm...anything else. Yes. Two ONE more word (since I forgot here last name): Alura. Never has there been a more irritating, annoying, ditzy, unatractive, unintellegent airhead since Dinese Richards play Christmas Jones (she is in the game too...AAAUUGGHHH!). Every other Bond girl was good (Kiko espically) but she was a major downpoint.

Overall: Buy it asap!

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Release Date:

30 January 2003

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA, UK

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