Tomorrow Never Dies (1999)

Video Game  |  Action, Adventure, Thriller
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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 ... See full summary »

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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 <docrlynch@yahoo.com>

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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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Both right and wrong at the same time
1 May 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Okay, this game seems to have both good and bad personalities at the same time. When I first picked up this game, I was already hooked into beating the first mission...but, like every good game, you have to find flaws some time. Upon doing the ski missions, the AI is very annoying; for instance, you're on the first mission ski event. You're headed straight for a jump hill. Everything looks clear, but all of a sudden, an enemy soldier "appears" right next to you and slows you down, ruining your jump. Sometimes, you're accelerating at high speed, but then a soldier flies in out of nowhere and constantly whacks you with his ski pole. In some cases, the enemy could be under alert, and suddenly runs to a wall corner and continues to jog into it without even caring that you're shooting at him. And the cheat codes...this game is so glitchy that the codes just make it worse. If you're ever playing this game, be careful with using them.

One good aspect of this game is the music. I fight bosses numerous times just to listen to the 007 rock music playing in the background. But don't get me wrong, the game IS okay sometimes. But I'll admit, I'll give this game a 5.5/10.


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