The game follows the storyline of the movie. Bond must fight the international terrorist Renard, who plots to use nuclear weapons to achieve his dark objectives.


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Cast overview:
... R (voice)
Adam Blackwood ... James Bond / Valentin Zukovsky (voice)
Andrew Burt ... Sir Robert King (voice)
Caron Pascoe ... M / Casino Girl (voice)
... Renard (voice)
Henrietta Bess ... Elektra King / Miss Moneypenny (voice) (as Henrietta Bass)
Miles Anderson ... Sasha Davidov / Lachaise (voice)
Simon Mattacks ... Pipeline Controller (voice)
... James Bond (voice)
Tim Whitnall ... Charles Robinson (voice)
... Dr. Christmas Jones / Swiss Receptionist (voice)


Experince the intensity of being the world's top secret agent. Equipped with a full arsenal of Q-Lab gadgets and weaponry, you must be suave and resourceful as you carry out action-packed missions based on the blockbuster movie. Are you cool under pressure? Cunning when necessary? Of course you are--Bond . . . James Bond. Bond's Best Missions! Battle through 10 exciting levels with a variety of objectives. Over 20 Q-Lab Gadgets and Weapons! Bond's P2K, Infrared Glasses, Cell Phone Stunner, and many more. All new 3D Engine! High-resolution textures, fast framerate and amazing view distances make make this best-looking POV game on the PlayStation game console. Improved AI! Enemies will react to Bond, communicate with each other, and even retreat! Authentic Dialogue! Interact with other characters and experience movie-like cinematics will full speech. Written by Robert Lynch <>

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Bond is Back


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Release Date:

8 December 2000 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

007: The World Is Not Enough  »

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PlayStation 2 and PC Versions of this game were originally intended to be developed and released in the year 2000 but were dropped. See more »


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This is the only "real" bond game I ever played
11 May 2001 | by See all my reviews

Last year Tomorrow never dies was a total hit & miss because there was no stealh on the game and the missions sucked pretty much since 90% it is just plain shooting.

Now EA Games has made my day, although it would be better on PC or 128 bit console this game put you in the shoes of Bond. There are a lot a varieties, sneaking in a mansion, taking advantage on Bond's style to bypass metal detectors.

Now just because it has 1st person perspective this DOES NOT make the game a true FPS. Why? Bond is a secret agent, in most movies he never just kick a door and blast everything, he always use stealth as much as he can. However when the alarm is ringing now he has no choice but blast everything he can and escape, if he can of course.

For shooter fans, they are free to shoot everything if they want since it is also a great challenge as long as they respect their mission parameters thou. I prefer stealth though.

For multiplayer fans, they will be disapointed since it is not supported. Personnally, I do not miss the multiplayer(unless there would be cooperative mode) of Goldeneye since deathmatch is just used to attract non-bond fans who enjoys to play deathmatch games like Quake III. I feel stupid playing as Bond and trying to kill each other in a small location. The N64 version has multiplayer support so there should be no complaint for N64 owners.

And on console deathmatches are very limited compared to PC since you have many limitations. If the game would be on PC then it would be more appropriate since you could have a map editor etc...

I can't wait for the next Bond game on Playstation 2(since TWINE has been cancelled on PS2)!

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