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James Bond 007: Agent Under Fire, First Person Shooter (FPS), 2001



Developer: Electronic Arts

Publisher: Electronic Arts

Damageable vehicles: Yes

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Pictures for this video game were provided by: Star Wars Fanatic , CrazyCars , RacingFreak , robi

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Star Wars Fanatic EN (487)

2008-01-15 01:36

Agent Under Fire represented the, at the time, next generation debut of James Bond for the PS2, Xbox and Lunch Box (Gamecube :p), in the traditional role of a first person shooter. However, unlike previous titles, Agent Under Fire was not a film tie-in, and instead placed Bond in a fictional storyline exclusive to the game which would also be carried forward to successive titles Nightfire and Everything Or Nothing. Whilst by no means ground breaking, the game did do an admirable job of capturing the James Bond atmosphere with suitable music, voice talent and gadgets. As for driving, players were able to get behind the wheel of classics such as the Aston Martin DB5 and BMW Z8, as the game incorporated a nice blend of driving and on rails shooting levels that were some of the highlights of the game.

Along with the storyline, the game featured a fictional Bond without the use of an authentic Pierce Brosnan likeness or voice - the result was rather odd as it attempted to mimic the likeness of Pierce, but failed.



-- Last edit: 2008-01-15 01:39:04

Red Grant

2008-01-15 23:57

Yeah, a lot of people did think he was supposed to be Pierce.

minhtet19 MM (0)

2012-05-04 15:19

The Likeness was ADAM CDLEWOOD

Burn Rubber US (346)

2015-11-13 04:25

I didn't make it past the first level. :(

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