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Stephen Critchlow ...
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Adam Blackwood ...
James Bond (voice)
Stamper / Bartender (voice)
Dr. Kaufmann / Isagura / Q (voice)
Ève Karpf ...
Paris Carver (voice)
Larissa Murray ...
Wai Lin (voice)
Elliot Carver (voice)
Caron Pascoe ...
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As suave secret agent 007, employ your cunning wit and high-tech gadgets to survive multiple levels of espionage based on exciting situations from the blockbuster film, including challenging shooting, driving, and skiing game modes. Your mission will be dagerous, but you can handle it. After all, you're Bond . . . James Bond. Multiple game modes! 3rd-person shooting. driving, and skiing. Classic Bond weapons and gadgets--Cufflink Lasers, Infrared Cameras, and more! 10 missions and locations based on the movie. Use a variety of combat techniques--Tuck-and-roll, drive-and-fire, and stealth attacks. Follow the storyline with in-game cinematics and movie footage. Written by Robert Lynch <>

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On the original VHS of Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), their was a brief trailer featuring Desmond Llewelyn playing a game for PlayStation, where he highlighted a game where the film ends. The game was originally called "Tomorrow Never Dies: The Mission Continues". Footage shows Bond skiing, scuba diving and driving in third person and on a first person shooting mission, the game had intended to come out in the Autumn of 1998 but for some reason the game wasn't released until November 1999 and with the Scuba Diving mission no where to be found. See more »


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007 takes a step back from Golden Eye.
7 May 2012 | by See all my reviews

The James Bond film "Goldeneye" was better than "Tomorrow Never Dies" so I guess it makes sense that the game is too. This game does not resemble the highly successful game for the Nintendo 64 in the least. Which makes no sense, why would you do something so different for the next game? I guess it is a bit like the second Zelda game, the programmers did not want to appear lazy and thought that by adding an on screen James Bond the game would have more of a feel for the movie perhaps? I do not know, I am only taking a stab in the dark. The game play here is one where you see the game from behind Bond, he is fully visible. It is also an annoying game that just is not all that much fun. I will be the first to say I thought Goldeneye was overrated a bit, but I still enjoyed it, this one has a couple of fun levels, but to often it is an irritating mess. Why have Bond on the screen if all he is going to do is battle continuously, as both this game and the previous game ignore the fact Bond is more than just a super killer. Though I believe it is ignored more here than there. Sure you can ski and drive, but it really is just a short game where the combat kind of sucks. They always make being stealthy so hard and you end up in an all out shoot out for your life!

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