Bond 007: Agent Under Fire
Good game. Horrible controls.
I recently purchased a Gamecube and I grabbed this, Metroid Prime, and Starfox Adventures, It's a perfectly fine game, but I despise the controls, one should be for movement and one should be for the camera, but they made it all weird, but it's fine for the price and you'll get used to it after a while.
A decent shooting game
This is a decent 007 game. The graphics are ok, but the controls can be confusing at times. It's no golden eye, but its still a good game.
a fair first person shooter game
agent under fire is a ok game but its very short and you'll be done with it in a day for the most part
Its a new generation gramps
first off this game blew my mind when it came out my bro bought it and we have playing it for a looooooooooooong time graphics are not the best sound quality is great gameplay is fun mission get addictive if you play them as mutch as me this is one of my favorite games i own my favorite is 007 nightfire
great for multiplayer
this game has one of the best multi-player, you can customize it to what ever you want, choose low gravity with grenade launchers, or include some awesome power ups, all of it is there. the only catch is that you need to play some of the campaign to get the better stuff. the campaign is not terrible, in fact it is pretty good but you need to play it about 2 or 3 times minimum to get the cool unlocks.
This is a good game and even better on multiplayer
Agent under fire is a great game. But one of its flaws is the story it is harder than it looks. But one of its advantages is the multi-player. The multiplayer is GREAT even better with friends and family
An absolute great game
Agent Under Fire is a great game and even for non Bond fans. The single player campaign while not overly long is an absolute blast. The missions are fun 100% of the time. Level designs are not overly extravagant but they are strong, solid and look good. Graphically this game is dated but for when it was released it looks ahead of its time. Good selection of guns. The story was entertaining enough. Sound was good enough. Graphics were really pretty good. Character models look just fine. The multiplayer is a blast. You can have up to 4 players splitscreen or play by yourself against some bots. Maps are nice and varied. I wished their was some stat tracking to keep track of your kills, wins, etc. That is the only gripe I have about the game. You can also on your missions unlock single player stuff like golden gun and you can unlock some multiplayer stuff along the way as well.
The multiplayer mode plays a big part
The James Bond games have a better multiplayer than a story mode. Here, in Agent Under Fire, you can play the computer if you're bored, and have nobody to play with. The story mode is unenjoyable and harder than it looks. The enemies are ridiculous even if it is on easy it is still evenly hard. Easy is supposed to be for beginners, well not in this case. Don't get this game for the story, get it for the multiplayer! You have a bunch of items and guns in the game. There are maybe ten levels to explore with your friends. Look around for key places to be throughout the course of the fight between you and your opponent. The controls are really good and easy to learn. To me it looks like this James Bond game is only one step ahead of the N64 version, Goldeneye 007 in termsof graphics. To add a little strategy, we have bombs! With all three types of bombs, you attach to any wall you want. One bomb, you can self destruct with a push of a button. Another bomb, you'd better stay away from, let's say it's kind of like a laser bomb. Therefore, it emits a laser beam across the room. Another VERY dangerous bomb, is the bomb that explodes right when somebody passes it. So be careful when you place the bomb on the wall/floor. Other than the story mode, this is a pretty good game!
007 Agent Under Fire
007 Agent Under Fire is a great, 1st person shooter, classical Bond game. The storyline consists of Nigel Bloch and Adrian Malprave teaming up to use clones to switch out important people with them and then, of course, take over the world. it's up to James Bond to stop them. The MI6 team is still "M" and Zoe Nightshade but has "R" instead of 'Q", but it's pretty much the same. The gadgets are total classical and there are plenty of Bond moves, stunts, women and weaponry...and of course the old exploding gas tanks that kill everybody. The game has 9 action packed levels with Aston Martin driving chases, team ups with Zoe Nightshade and plenty of infiltration and shooting levels. The mulitplayer is very good, and unlike most Bond games, includes an assassination/protection level, where you and your buddy take turns protecting and assassinating an important person with sniping guns. The graphics and sound are average, but they work. The only drawback to this game are the accuracy of the weapons. It's really hard to snipe someone with a machine gun because the bullets are shot out "like a cone" instead of in a straight line, but the single shot weapons are pretty powerful and accurate; however, It also takes a lot to kill a guard, like 4-5 shots from the P2K or Golden Gun and a 3 second burst from the machine guns. The single shots like the Frinesi and the sniper do their job well and are accurate. But like I said, it's only a minor setback. Apart from the slight accuracy issue, this is a true Bond game. I own 007 Agent Under Fire and like it very much, and I'm sure you will too. Enjoy it!!!