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 ... See full summary »
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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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The working title for the game was Phoenix Rising. See more »


In the level "The Exchange," if you land on the back of the old man's truck, he will pull up to the gate and claim he is delivering twenty cases of wine to Drake. During gameplay, however, you can see that the number of cases on the back of the truck only add up to nineteen. See more »


Q: And finally, the Q-Worm.
Bond: Q! There's a lady present!
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Crazy Credits

At the very end of the ending credits, the phrase "James Bond will return..." scrolls by. See more »


References You Only Live Twice (1967) See more »


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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