The game follows the storyline of the movie. Bond must fight the international terrorist Renard, who plots to use nuclear weapons to achieve his dark objectives.


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Cast overview:
R (voice)
Adam Blackwood ...
James Bond / Valentin Zukovsky (voice)
Andrew Burt ...
Sir Robert King (voice)
Caron Pascoe ...
M / Casino Girl (voice)
Renard (voice)
Henrietta Bess ...
Elektra King / Miss Moneypenny (voice) (as Henrietta Bass)
Miles Anderson ...
Sasha Davidov / Lachaise (voice)
Simon Mattacks ...
Pipeline Controller (voice)
James Bond (voice)
Tim Whitnall ...
Charles Robinson (voice)
Dr. Christmas Jones / Swiss Receptionist (voice)


Experince the intensity of being the world's top secret agent. Equipped with a full arsenal of Q-Lab gadgets and weaponry, you must be suave and resourceful as you carry out action-packed missions based on the blockbuster movie. Are you cool under pressure? Cunning when necessary? Of course you are--Bond . . . James Bond. Bond's Best Missions! Battle through 10 exciting levels with a variety of objectives. Over 20 Q-Lab Gadgets and Weapons! Bond's P2K, Infrared Glasses, Cell Phone Stunner, and many more. All new 3D Engine! High-resolution textures, fast framerate and amazing view distances make make this best-looking POV game on the PlayStation game console. Improved AI! Enemies will react to Bond, communicate with each other, and even retreat! Authentic Dialogue! Interact with other characters and experience movie-like cinematics will full speech. Written by Robert Lynch <>

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Release Date:

8 December 2000 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

007: The World Is Not Enough  »

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A strong movie-to-game translation (N64 version)
15 July 2001 | by See all my reviews

Following the hugely successful GoldenEye video game from 1997, developer Eurocom has taken up the mantle from Rareware and given the N64 one more great game before the machine passes on in favor of the next-generation consoles. The World is Not Enough does not hide the fact that it borrows directly from the formula the made the original so successful, but this is not a bad thing. Indeed, while some things have improved and other things are missing, the game feels like a reunion with old friends. Anyone who ever remotely enjoyed GoldenEye should consider checking this one out.

The World is Not Enough (TWINE) faithfully reproduces the movie's environments. You'll be taken from the bank in Spain to the offices of MI6, from the nuclear facility to the factory on the docks and the nuclear submarine. Character models are done just as nicely, including Bond, Renard, Christmas Jones, Electra, and even a few old classic foes and friends stashed away. Bad guys have new animations as well as hit detectio n; shoot a terrorist in the head and not only will he die, he might stumble and fall down a stairwell. A variety of weapons are at your disposal from sniper rifles to pistols to automatics. Along with these are gadgets from the movie, given to you by R, voiced by John Cleese.

So what's not to like? While the missions adequately convey the sense of being in a Bond mission with regards to both action and stealth, they're a little too linear. There's often only one route from point A to B, whereas the levels are designed to look like there could have been many more. The famous James Bond theme has been omitted, as Eurocom couldn't aquire the rights. Finally, the multiplayer scenarios aren't up to the standards set by GoldenEye, though it's not bad for an occasional round of mayhem.

What it all comes down to is this: There are far better shooters avaliable for the computer. GoldenEye, being three years older, will still feel like the overall better game of the two. But as a game in itself, TWINE is worthy of a purchase by any Bond fan. It's a solid Bond experience, a worthy successor to GoldenEye, a good N64 title, and it's far above the inferior Playstation version.

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