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Bond: Everything Or Nothing by Electronic Arts




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Bond: Everything Or Nothing is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5.
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  • Platform: Game Cube
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Developer: Electronic Arts
  • Category: Action

Product Details:

What would James Bond do? That's the question players will answer in every dramatic moment of James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing, as the world's greatest secret agent returns in his fifth interactive adventure under the EA GAMES brand. First, you will think like Bond, using espionage, tactical skills, and gadgets from the Q-Lab to analyze your situation. Then you will act like Bond, using his stylish physical skills, clever subterfuge, and bold personality to once again save the world. Finally, you will see every Bond moment from the new third person perspective that shows the Hollywood cast playing out a real-time cinematic action adventure that could only come from the world of James Bond.

Returning as James Bond is Pierce Brosnan, who will lend his cyberscanned likeness and voice to the character. The rest of the cast will include new Bond girls as well as old and new Bond villains. The original script will take players through exciting locales in four continents including the Valley of the Kings in Egypt and the French Quarter in New Orleans.

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 objects from game environments as weapons, as well as accessing a guns and gadgets. The discerning player, however, may find a multitude of different options ranging from disguise to distracting guards to using cover -- and using these Bond-style tactics to outsmart the bad guys will reward the player with special enhancements including Q-Lab gadgetry.

Other new features include two-player co-op missions and four-player multiplayer arena modes, all set in third person views and featuring multiple playable characters.
* New third person perspective that showcases Pierce Brosnan as James Bond.

* Multiple ways to complete missions, with player rewards for completing objectives with Bond style by using disguise to temporarily take the identity of a defeated foe, misdirection, and other spy tactics rather than brute force.

* New over the top hand-to-hand fighting that includes the use of environmental objects such as bottles, chairs, tools, boards, etc.

* Original single player storyline that immerses the player in the world of James Bond with classic villains, exotic locations, beautiful girls, fast cars, and high-tech gadgetry.

* Missions that span exotic locales in four continents, including the French Quarter of New Orleans, a mountain fortress in Peru, a secret facility in Egypt, and Red Square in Moscow.

* Seamless transitions from on-foot exploration to piloting interactive vehicles including cars, motorcycles, helicopters, and tanks.

* Over 20 weapons and gadgets including the ability to rappel up or down any wall.

* New third person multiplayer modes including two-player co-op missions and arena-style combat with up to four players.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from EA's greatest Bond product Everything or Nothing signals the peak of EA's incarnation of the 007 gaming ownership. It is a refined, action-packed and excellent game. The plot is fantastic and could serve as a movie in its own right. A few nitpicks here and there; it does begin to feel a little sci-fi-ish rather than realistic Bond, and some of the voice work is less than subpar, but none the less, you feel good as Bond as a whole for this game. It's long, much longer than previous incarnations of 007 games, and will keep you interested for a long time. The platinum objectives are also an excellent challenge as well. I don't see myself returning to this game as much as Nightmare or From Russia with Love, but I do enjoy the single player. The multi-player cooperative mode is less than exciting... I'd avoid it. But for a single-player campaign, this is a must for any Bond enthusiast and gamer.
Date published: 2014-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AMAZING I love this game. i used to play this game everyday when i came home from school. im gonna start playing it again so much.
Date published: 2012-07-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good game!!!!!!!!! this is a good game because you have cool guns cool vehicles and cool gadgets and good but it gets hard but it still is a good game and thats why i think this is a good game.
Date published: 2011-08-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from a excellent third person shooter game everything or nothing i think a excellent third person shooter game. i liked the actors that played characters and the game play is fun even though the missions are short
Date published: 2011-07-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best Bond game yet. For a Bond game, this was actually pretty good. Since all previous ones were first person shooters, an addition of a third person point of view was a fresh start. In this game, it's a lot harder for you to get ambushed. In previous games, enemies could shoot you from behind without you knowing; you had to turn around to find them while still getting shot at from the front. From a third person view, it's a lot harder for this to happen. Other good additions are the ability to pick up random items (canes, pots, candles, etc.) and hurl them at your enemies. The rappel, Q-spiders, and thermovision are new additions that make the game a lot better. You don't go blind in dark areas anymore and you can scout paths first before going through. Punching enemies is also a lot easier. You can throw them, strangle them and slam them on the ground with a press of a button (no more flipping through your weapons looking for "fist"). Sadly, the game wasn't all good. Being unable to jump was a bummer and the co-op play was a little too hard. There was also an infinite ammo glitch that was too easy to abuse. But still. If you've been a long time fan of Bond games or are just simply looking a for an end to all those FPSs, this is the game for you.
Date published: 2009-07-19
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