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James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing (2003)

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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Release Date:

18 February 2004 (Canada)  »

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Everything or Nothing  »

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$3,000,000 (estimated)

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The first and only James Bond game to feature Pierce Brosnan's voice. It's also the last game to feature his likeness and ultimately is his last performance as Bond. See more »


[describing Nikolai Diavolo]
M: His teacher was Max Zorin.
Bond, James: Yes, we played Bridge together. He lost.
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Spun-off from Dr. No (1962) See more »

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The return of 007.
23 May 2004 | by (Pine Valley, California) – See all my reviews

James Bond is back! His first game since 2002's Nightfire provides a fantastic change of pace to the FPS Bond Formula. Instead, Bond has gone back to a 3rd-person shooter, but don't worry-- this isn't anything like the abysmal Tomorrow Never Dies. The story is a typical Bond-must-save-the-earth-from evil-diabolical-villain story. Nothing you really haven't seen before. If you like those kind, you'll like it, if you don't like those kind, you won't. It is as simple as that.

The gameplay is where Everything or Nothing shines. Although on the surface, it seems like a typical action adventure, what's best is the open-ended way you can tackle each mission one-by-one. Will you charge straight into a firefight or take out your enemies one by one from some cover? Will you use your gadgets to scout ahead or just keep your trigger finger ready when danger arises? Will you take out an enemy sniper from afar or use your grapple to get up to the ledge he's on and take him out with your fists? This kind of excellent gameplay allows the player to weave their own strategies on how to deal with each level. And like Nightfire, when you perform a move that's exactly like Bond would do, you'll get a higher score. And to add some variety, EA added in some awesome driving missions that rival some of the best chase scenes from the Bond flicks.

The graphics and sound are also excellent. The voice acting uses some top Hollywood talent, from the regulars like Pierce Brosnan, Judi Dench, and John Cleese, to newcomers like Shannon Elizabeth and Willem Dafoe, fresh off his stint from 2002's Spider-man video game. There's also the opening tune by Mya, one of the better James Bond songs in recent years. Plus, the graphics are amazing. They've been rendered to look EXACTLY like the voice talent, so much in fact that at times you'll actually believe at times that you're not looking at a video game, but the latest Bond movie on your TV set. The high production values just increase EON's movie-like quality.

There's only one small flaw in the film: The camera stinks! Like nearly every 3rd person action game in existence, the camera is just awful, it will often pan to obscure angles, often screwing your field of vision up. This is especially annoying when an enemy taking potshots at you, as by the time you adjust the screen to see them your health may be nearly wiped out. This annoying tidbit can get increasingly frustrating. However, that minor complaint aside, the game is another excellent addition to any gamer's library. I recommend this to any person who is a fan of action games, and eagerly await EA's next Bond title. 9.5/10.

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