MI6 agent James Bond:007 rushes into action to rescue Oxford scientist Katya Nadanova from a terrorist facility in Egypt. After rescuing Katya bond heads to a mining town in Peru to ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
James Bond (voice)
Q (voice)
Nikolai Diavolo (voice)
M (voice)
Katya Nadanova (voice)
Miss Nagai (voice)
Jaws (voice)
Mya Starling (voice) (as Mya Marie Harrison)
Jack Mason, 003 / Yayakov's Thug (voice) (as James A. Taylor)
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MI6 agent James Bond:007 rushes into action to rescue Oxford scientist Katya Nadanova from a terrorist facility in Egypt. After rescuing Katya bond heads to a mining town in Peru to investigate the disappearance of a double-o agent. He becomes acquainted with a geologist named Serena St. Germaine and they both discover that Katya Nadonova's latest project, nanobots designed to repair nuclear reactors; have been stolen by maddened ex KGB former apprentice of Max Zorin Nikolai Diavolo. Together the two set off to new Orleans and beyond to uncover and destroy Diavolo's maddened scheme for word domination. Written by redcommander27

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With Everything at stake, the World calls on BOND.


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18 February 2004 (Canada)  »

Also Known As:

Everything or Nothing  »

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$3,000,000 (estimated)

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Did You Know?


In the "Mardi Gras Mayhem" level, at the beginning part when you are driving to the park to meet Mya, pay attention to the buildings on the road, one of them is a Phoenix Corporation building (from Nightfire). Similar to the Malprave Industries (from Agent Under Fire) boat in Nightfire. See more »


[in a control tower on the last level]
Nikolai Diavolo: [turns around to see Bond down below] This is where you die.
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References A View to a Kill (1985) See more »

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The Best Bond Game Yet
28 April 2004 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

I was finally able to rent this game out yesterday, and I have to say, this game is breathtaking. I haven't beaten it as of this moment, but I've seen enough to say just how incredible this game is.

GRAPHICS The graphics are nothing short of spectacular. Lighting is geniusly done, and having to use the Thermal Vision every time you walk into a dark area is a nice touch. Particle effects have also been perfectly integrated, from bright flashes to EXPLOSIONS (and believe me, there will be a LOT).

SOUND If you've played the Max Payne games, you already know of the ear-splitting gunshots and explosions (which is a good thing), but if you haven't played the Max Payne games, you're in for a surprise. From the sound of your P99 going off, to the sound of a huge BOOM from inside a building, the sound is monstrously integrated. Also, for those who have played the previous James Bond games, you will get a twist here: the actual cast from the live-action films have signed on to voice the characters in this game (that's right, no more Pierce Brosnan sound-alikes). The star-studded cast will give you the feeling that something has finally been done right. The introductory theme song is highly addictive, too.

GAMEPLAY I'll say this right now...there's a lot of cover shooting going on. Unlike in the other James Bond games, you can't just run into a huge gunfight and expect to walk out without a scratch. You must use the environment to your advantage, and fire. It is sometimes safe to run out with guns a-blazing, but only do that if you're absolutely sure you'll win. Stealth is an important factor, too. You must keep yourself well-concealed on most missions in order to at least have a dying chance at completing a level. There are also vehicle levels here. These levels are so fast-paced and exciting, I immediately became obsessed with the "Train" mission. Try and play that mission with your finger on the "X" button as long as possible...I assure you, you'll be in for a wild ride. Unlike all the other James Bond games, this game includes a Training Level that allows you to get the feel of the game before actually playing through it. The gadgets are also well-done...the Q-Spider is probably THE most useful and most fun gadget to use. There's even a level where you have to fall down the side of a mountain to catch your partner in mid-air...they did the same thing in Operation: Surma, but that way sucked badly. Leave it to this game to show them the RIGHT way to do it. The Multiplayer game is also here with a vengeance...not only can you battle others, you can also team up with a second player and play story missions. If you're a hardcore gamer, you WILL find yourself returning to previously-completed levels to obtain Platinum ranks and unlock cheats and rewards.

BOTTOM LINE: This game is worth your money, whether rented or bought. If you're a huge Bond fan, you'll definitely want to pick this up.

Final Score: 10/10

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