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James Bond 007: Nightfire, First Person Shooter (FPS), 2002



Developer: Eurocom

Publisher: Electronic Arts

Damageable vehicles: Yes

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Star Wars Fanatic EN (494)

2008-01-16 01:10

007 Nightfire was the follow up to 2002's Agent Under Fire, which once again reprised Bond in a first person shooter featuring another fictious storyline exclusive for the game. The game played in a very similar structure as Agent Under Fire, featuring an assortment of missions mixing in first person shooting, on rails sequences and driving missions, which resulted in Nightfire feeling more like a polished update due to its lack of true innovation. Despite this, the game proved to be popular and was a good title in its own right, and this time around included the then new Aston Martin Vanquish from Die Another Day as a playable vehicle in a couple of missions.

Unlike that of Agent Under Fire, Nightfire finally acquired the license to feature a spot on likeness of Pierce Bronsnan, yet strangely the game didn't feature his voice:



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carchasesfanatic

2008-01-19 13:41

es.youtube.com/watch?v=A518qdOTMsw

This is the replay of the car chase mission of Star Wars Fanatic, he sent me the video without sound and i edited it and added it sounds that have nothing to do with the game ones, hope you like it ;)

LH2 SX (0)

2008-01-21 17:40

could someone tell me how this is done to
take caprures from Video games because I have loads of PS2
Games.

Rinspeed FR (1253)

2008-01-21 17:47

with a dvd recorder

LH2 SX (0)

2008-01-21 17:50

and record of the channel the games on

Rinspeed FR (1253)

2008-01-21 17:55

yes

LH2 SX (0)

2008-01-21 17:56

thanks rinspeed

Xpert DE (6)

2008-01-30 23:34

There's a PC Version, too.
Ca. 5 Cars.

Can I add this cars here, too?

Star Wars Fanatic EN (494)

2008-01-30 23:38

But weren't the driving levels absent from the PC version?

Red Grant

2008-01-31 00:36

My friend has the PC version, and it's horrible!

Lord_Sidious

2009-07-02 17:37

Is the PS2 version hard?

Maltravers RU (8)

2009-11-15 16:33

Nice game (I have a PC version), but missions...this is not enought.

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