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Cast overview, first billed only:
James Bond (voice)
M (voice)
Kimberley Davies ...
Alura McCall (voice)
Drake (voice)
Makiko Hayashi (voice)
Lena Reno ...
Kai Wulff ...
Q (voice)
Jeanne Mori ...
Zoe Nightshade (voice)
Armitage Rook (voice)
Gustavo Rex ...
Truck Driver / Additional Voices (voice)
Yoshio Be ...
Security Guard (voice)
Civilians (voice)
Car Computer (voice)


James Bond is back. His mission this time, is to investigate about a stolen space weapon platform. They suspect that Raphael Drake, who is an industrialist that takes on a job to disarm nuclear missiles, is actually secretly using them to start a nuclear holocaust. Bond has to go from Austria to Japan, and to the South Pacific to stop Drake and his henchmen. Written by John Wiggins

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30 January 2003 (Japan)  »

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Nightfire  »

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"James Bond will return...", a common end note to the James Bond movies, is seen in the closing credits to the game. See more »


(PC VERSION) When greeting Bond, Mayhew gets up twice. See more »


Bond: [on breaking into a building] Anything can be penetrated with the proper tool.
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At the very end of the ending credits, the phrase "James Bond will return..." scrolls by. See more »


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James Bond Theme
Music by Monty Norman
Arrangement by Steve Duckworth, Ed Lima, Jeff Tymoschuk
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Nightfire: A Gamecube Review
20 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

To start this off simply, this game is the best 007 game of all time, and most likely the best first-person-shooter at that. It surpasses all of its predecessors in style, music, game-play, graphics, features, and villains. Nothing can rival this masterpiece.

Music: Excellent score and rendition of the James Bond theme song. One of the best opening songs for 007 games/movies.

Game-play: Easy controls (when set to "Nightfire" setting) with ultra-sensitive movement.

Graphics: Crystal-clear picture and extremely detailed buildings and objects. Love it.

Features: So many possibilities. If you don't want to do story mode, you can do multiplayer against computers (whose difficulty levels you can set).

Villains: More than one for a change. Drake, along with his apprentice Rook, and many other fearful Phoenix members.

Weapons: The best out of any shooting game ever made. There are so many of them, and they're all excellent. My personal favorite - the Delta Repeater (crossbow).

Overall: A great game that never gets old.

My ESRB Rating:

Violence - abundant; shooting; stabbing; punching.

Blood/Gore - none

Language - none

Sex/Nudity - no nudity; kissing; implied sex; suggestive talking

Drugs/Alcohol - mild drinking

Please buy this game. A used Gamecube copy now is about $10 at the most, and if this game costs $50, you should still buy it.

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