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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007: Night Fire  »

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The game is published by Electronic Arts and was developed by Eurocom and is available on the Nintendo GameCube, Sony Playstation / PlayStation 2, Microsoft Xbox, Nintendo Game Boy Advance, and Windows PC CD platforms. See more »


Console version. In the "Exchange" level, there is a deciduous tree in the courtyard of Drake's Austrian castle that has green leaves growing on it. This level takes place during the winter, when the tree should have no leaves at all. See more »


Alexander Mayhew: The pheonix building, in Tokyo...
Bond: Tokyo?
Alexander Mayhew: You'll need the password to the mainframe... it's "Afterburn"...
Bond: I thought the evidence was here, Mayhew!
Alexander Mayhew: A little extra insurance policy to keep me alive... alot of good it did me, eh?
[coughs and dies]
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At the very end of the ending credits, the phrase "James Bond will return..." scrolls by. See more »


References The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) See more »


Nearly Civilized
Written by Priestman Henry Christian Dent, Esthero, Graham Gouldman (as Gouldman Graham Keith)
Performed by Esthero
Courtesy of Emi Music Publishing, Ltd. and Emi Blackwood Music Inc.
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I prefer Everything Or Nothing but this reaches SO CLOSE! (Console version review)
8 September 2014 | by (Valhalla) – See all my reviews

I have just completed this video game now, the reason being is because it was part of my childhood and I wanted to see it finished. Now out of the stories to 007 games - Everything Or Nothing kind of gets my vote but this does have superior multiplayer.

The story is that Bond must infiltrate a multi-billion dollar corporation because their leader - Raphael Drake, has stolen nuclear warheads. Being as that he has more money then Apple - HE'S EVIL! (Cue surprising music). Bond must find out about his plan and then run around shooting bad guys, driving fast cars and getting girls that almost literally pop out of nowhere.

Now, if any of you have a PC, Don't get this game on that. The reason is that I have played the PC version and the layout's completely different, there is no turret shooting, no driving and it's almost an entirely mediocre game in comparison with consoles which is odd - you'd think it'd be the other way around.

One of the things I love about this game is the variety, which is sorely lacking in First-person shooters of today. There are (as I said) turret shooting and driving sections. The driving controls to this are almost as good as a racing game and there is also a stealth mission so if you want to play this game - make sure you payed attention playing Hit-man or Splinter Cell, Not only that but you are in a gunfight IN SPACE as your final mission. The Zero gravity thing works well and I have to ask why nobody thought of making a shooter like this? Although just a warning, if you want to play that mission - you need to shoot up bad guys as well as stop 8 missiles from launching at random places on Earth... It's really hard to pull off.

The multiplayer is almost on par with Jedi Outcast for being unparalleled for their time. I guess I love it when bots are added to the mix of a game. The maps are variant, the characters are also extremely variant and it is just a whole lot of fun to play this with friends or even alone if you want to.

Now the complaints, in Everything Or Nothing there was at least some introduction to things like those MI6 Interludes where you can get what's going on and thus have it feel more like you're watching a James Bond movie - Here, you never see M, never see what Q has as gadgets (you're meant to figure it out half the time) and the Bond girls have the worst introduction out of the entire James Bond franchise, PERIOD. I mean who is Alura McCall and why does she do nothing but shout exposition at me. Dominique has the only half decent character introduction.

If you want the ultimate "Oh my god, I'm playing a James Bond movie!" feel, go pick up Everything Or Nothing. However if you want a really good and variant First person shooter with great driving stages and a creative Zero gravity final level then this is certainly worth a look.

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