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James Bond in Agent Under Fire (2001)

007: Agent Under Fire (original title)
Bond is back. When CIA agent Ms. Zoe Nightshade was captured in Hong Kong at a facility code named: Identicon headed by a man named Nigel Bloch, Bond was sent to rescue her and claim two ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Adam Blackwood ...
James Bond (voice)
Caron Pascoe ...
M (voice)
Miles Anderson ...
Q (voice)
Sydney Rainin-Smith ...
Zoe Nightshade (voice) (as Sydney Rainin)
Corina Harmon ...
Adrian Malprave (voice) (as Corine Harmin)
Denny Delk ...
Nigel Bloch (voice)
Joe Paulino ...
Henry DiGiovanni ...
Raluca Cernahoschi ...
Barbu Vicol ...
Lois Wong ...
The Twins (voice)


Bond is back. When CIA agent Ms. Zoe Nightshade was captured in Hong Kong at a facility code named: Identicon headed by a man named Nigel Bloch, Bond was sent to rescue her and claim two suitcases with nine vials of human blood samples of the G8 leaders and Reginald Griffin, a diplomat at the British embassy in Romania. Bond discovered a company, Malprave industries and its owner, Adrian Malprave, who was obsessed with her cloning labs. Bond discovered a data chip in Romania containing info. on something known as "Poseidon" owned by a Dr. Natalya Damescu, who defected from Malprave. The chip indicated an oil rig in the South China Sea which eventually led Bond to Poseidon. He soon discovered that Adrian Malprave wanted to initiate world chaos by cloning the G8 leaders. Can Bond prevent world chaos by stopping Adrian Malprave and Nigel Bloch? Written by Paul J. Lacayo

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The world needs a hero and there is only one man for the job.


Action | Adventure


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13 November 2001 (USA)  »

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This is the first James Bond game not based on a movie, but entirely original. See more »


[after Carla the Jackal falls into a giant fan vent]
M: 007, did you confront the Jackal? What happened?
James Bond: She's fallen for me.
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Followed by 007: Nightfire (2002) See more »

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19 August 2007 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Good to play as a game but not very interesting storyline. Fun to play but if you want a fun storyline with great graphics and gameplay then you need 007: nightfire. Its weird because you don't get to meet the characters or know their personalities or anything. its just oh hello *bang* *bang* *drive* *drive* *kill* *kill*. nothing pretty much to do. its very easy as well. like when you have to defeat a weird clone you jut have to shoot him 2 times if you have a shotgun or "frinensi". The driving is weird too. its like you have all these weird gadgets which don't help you out at all with you mission. its like they are there for decoration. When i first bought this game it was a million miles from where i lived and so i brought it home and tryed to play it but wouldn't work and i couldn't go and take it back either. so i was stuck with it and so today when i bought it i played through the first mission and i was so excited because i thought that it would be like that for the entire first level but no it completely changed the level after. so i say if you wan to waste your money go right ahead but if yuor looking for a good game steer away from this one.

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