You are Bond, James Bond, behin the wheel of the famous Bond vehicles and a new rental car. When a freighter bound for Halifax, Canada was intercepted and eliminated with military precision... See full summary »

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Georgi Koskov (voice)
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R (voice)
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Hammond Little (voice)
Adam Blackwood ...
James Bond / Valentin Zukovsky (voice)
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(voice) (as Phillip Maurice Hayes)
Inez Jesionowski
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Jack Wade (voice)
Caron Pascoe ...
M (voice)
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Cherise Little (voice)
Kim Restell ...
Dr. Melody Chase (voice)
Elizabeth Carol Savenkoff ...
Xenia Onatopp (voice)
Sara Stockstad ...
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Serena Whitters ...
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You are Bond, James Bond, behin the wheel of the famous Bond vehicles and a new rental car. When a freighter bound for Halifax, Canada was intercepted and eliminated with military precision, Bond was elsewhere, distracted by a decoy mission that was orchestrated by a Dr. Hammondd Litte indicating that his daughter Cherise was kidnapped. Bond was dispatched to New York City to meet up with Jack Wade and find out about the conspiracy. He discovered a truck load of cars and found information that led him to Mexico to end up being captured and brought to Louisiana to find out that Litte actually orchestrated the attack on the freighter and that his real plan was to unleash a deadly virus that would kill millions. Can Bond Stop Litte in his Aston Marton DB5, his Lotus Esprit, his BMW Z3, his BMW 750iL, or the new BMW Z8? Written by Paul Lacayo

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driving | car | gadget | playstation | jaws | See All (14) »

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Be Bond, behind the wheel


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21 November 2000 (USA)  »

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The following makes of James Bond cars seen in the James Bond movies are available to drive in this video game: Aston Martin DB5 (from Goldfinger (1964) and Thunderball (1965)); BMW 750iL (from Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)) ; BMW Z3 (from GoldenEye (1995)); BMW Z8 (from The World Is Not Enough (1999)); and the Lotus Esprit (from The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and For Your Eyes Only (1981)). The Aston Martin DB5 also made appearances in Casino Royale (2006), GoldenEye (1995), Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) and The World Is Not Enough (1999). See more »

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R: Oh, please, you call that driving? Q could drive better than that, and he's dead! I could drive better than that with a flesh wound in my hand!
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References For Your Eyes Only (1981) See more »

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