James Bond in Agent Under Fire (2001)
"007: Agent Under Fire" (original title)

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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.


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The female South American terrorist Carla the Jackal, is a reference to South American terrorist Carlos the Jackal. See more »


[after Bond rolls in with a tank instead of the car R built]
James Bond: Smashing entrance, wouldn't you say R?
R: No I wouldn't, 007.
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Feels nothing like Bond
22 April 2014 | by (Valhalla) – See all my reviews

Okay, I sat down and played this game as a kid and enjoyed it then but now looking back this game as so many problems that I could barely make it past the first level without wanting to turn the game off. It feels nothing like a Bond game and even on the merits of a First Person Shooter it's bad.

So let me just describe to you what happens in the first level. You are thrown on an off-shore lair of a bad guy named... Bad Guy - you have no idea what you're doing there and you walk in and MI6 people seem to have too much free time on their hands to spell out EVERYTHING for you. You then have to save a damsel in distress and... Wait! Shouldn't this be about halfway through the game if you're making a Bond game? And shouldn't there be a training stage to get you used to the controls? Anyway it doesn't matter I've had enough trying to decipher the first couple of levels for you.

The controls (on the PS2 version at least) are TERRIBLE! The X Button is used to shoot instead of the triggers and my favourite part is how to navigate the camera in this first person shooter. Basically one thumb-stick walks up and down, if you move it left and right - you go left and right. The other thumb-stick moves you up and down and if you move this thumb-stick left and right you move the camera left and right... WHY?!?!?!!!!!!!!!! Devote one thumb-stick to look around while devoting the other one to move. Is that so difficult? Did you have to try and make it more complicated by moving two thumb-sticks to make you want to look diagonally? I don't care if they do elaborate on what is going on in the story - This should not happen.

So I bet you're thinking "What could a sorry game like this have to offer in terms of enjoyment?" Well if you listen to the voice acting it is unintentionally hilarious for how much they miss the mark of sounding like their movie counterparts and the design of Bond himself. He looks like Bruce Campbell, I almost expected him to say "This is my BOOM STICK!" after shooting someone. I know these are problems but they almost (I say ALMOST) shift this game into the "So bad it's good" category.

So I suggest that playing the other 2 Bond games are so much more worth it. They feel like Bond movies. The controls (in Nightfire's case from what I could remember) was fine, the graphics make Bond look like Pierce Brosnan and you know what is going on as opposed to tossing you in what should be halfway through the game. I'm sorry I wanted to like this game but it's at best a comedy of gaming errors.

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