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James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing
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What would James Bond do? That's the question players will answer in every dramatic moment of James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing. First, you will think like Bond, using espionage, tactical skills, and gadgets from the Q-Lab to analyze your situation. Then you will act like Bond, using his stylish physical skills, clever subterfuge, and bold personality to once again save the world. Finally, you will see every Bond moment from the new third person perspective that shows the Hollywood cast playing out a real-time cinematic action adventure that could only come from the world of James Bond.

Features:
  • To play out the challenge of thinking and acting like Bond, players will make choices ranging from direct confrontation to subtle misdirection when interacting with enemies. When it comes time for combat, Bond can engage in hand-to-hand fighting, using obj
  • 3rd Person perspective
  • Multiple ways to complete missions, with player rewards for completing objectives with Bond style using disguise to temporarily take the identity of a defeated foe, misdirection, and other spy tactics rather than brute force
  • Sophisticated hamd-to-hand fighting
  • Over 20 weapons and gadgets

Customer Reviews:

  • everything or nothing
    This game is pretty fun. The missions are awesome. The only problem is that they are kind of hard. The only thing that sucks about the game is the third person view. FPS is so much better!...more info
  • This is a fun game.
    Good game good voice actors to hard it took my 60 hours to unlock half of the unlockables and I still haven't done everything. It's my personal favorite Bond game but to hard. I suggest you rent it to make sure you'll enjoy it. ...more info
  • Bond Goes 3rd Person
    Bond... James Bond. Bond goes 3rd person in this new James Bond game. You play as James of course as you battle through a series of 27 levels where you have to rappel down buildings shooting a guard in the head with a hand gun, to speeding down a highway shooting missiles and using flamethowers on motercycles. This game is hard yet addicting that you can play for hours. The multiplayer is awesome.
    Especially in co-op mode. Co-op allows you to do missions with your partner. When you do this you can get missions that you don't get in 1 player.

    Cons: Not a very big range of weapons. Hard to be stealthy.
    Pros: Everything except the things in the cons list.

    As an overall score I'd give this game a 9 out of 10.
    I highly recomend this game to anyone who likes 3rd person shooters....more info

  • JAMES IS BACK By Harish A 11 Year Old
    James Bond Nightfire was one hell of a game. The most noticeable difference when it comes to Everything Or Nothing is it is a completely different perspective. Third Person helps the game by making it easier to interact with the surroundings.There are extremely few camera problems and it is simple to adjust the camera. Bond is back with weapons and gadgets to trick and kill the enemies. There is the Q Spider which gets to places Bond can't reach, Dragunov which is more or less a sniper, Rappel which that helps you climb up and down walls and Nano Suit which makes you invisible for a short period of time Definetely more than 20 but I don't want to give away to much. Something else I nearly forgot to mention is the brand new hand-to-hand combat system. If Bond does well enough he will enter power mode. There are loads of exciting and thrilling missions. Some of them may require you to drive to certain places in order to complete objectives. There are lots of different vehicles like motorbikes, Aston Martin and rally car.
    Most of the missions are quite simple, although there can be a few that you may get stuck on for a while. In between missions there is MI6 Interlude which upgrades your weapons and gadgets. For me I like my controls intuitive and fun. Lucky for me and everybody the controls cannot get easier. L1 to target and R1 to shoot. Left analog stick to control James and vehicles. R2 for wall cover, L2 to crouch and left or right on the d-pad( directional buttons) to enter Bond Sense. The sound is pretty clear and cool but nothing that pushes the capability of the PS2 to the MAX. Some of the best graphics for any Bond game, or any EA game for that matter. It is slick and is certainly one of the reasons this is a 5 Star game. I have nearly completed the levels in the Single Player mode. The Multiplayer well WOW! I am currently playing this now with a mate on Co-Op mode and it just entanced me to the screen. There is also Races in Multiplayer but Co-Op is super duper. Absolutely nothing beats playing with your mates. Great Single Player, Great Multiplayer and a Great game. Another EA Classic, easily matches the quality of Goldeneye. Check out my other reviews for Spiderman 2, Hulk and Fifa 2004. I hope you have found my review helpful.
    Thanks for taking your time to read my review


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  • Cruel Hoax
    That this has anything to do with the previous, excellent and hugely popular 007 games is a cruel hoax and the makers should be ashamed. Why take something that is good and screw it up? Strange. Totally different and beyond bad. Booooo!...more info
  • The best PS2 shooter, hand down
    This is the quintessential PS2 shooter. Run, don't walk to get this game. Very comparable to Black, Max Payne, and Splinter Cell. Enjoy!...more info
  • This game is terrible
    I hated this game. It was terrible. I loved nightfire because me my bro and my cuz would play 3 v. 6 and we would kill the albots. IN this game you can only play vs 1-2 albots. The guns stink and the game is very very boring. THe story mode is very stupid and the levels aren't put together well. The graphics are ok and playing this online is terrible. Overall this game is terrible....more info
  • Bond, james Bond
    I rented it from Blockbuster. Hated it so much that I took it back the same day. THey should have kept the Bond games in 1st person, insteadd of in 3rd like this one. It is very hard to see anything, and the controls are messed up. Also, you have to unlock the multiplayer!...more info
  • Play a movie
    EA finally made a game worthy of Bond and they've blurred the line between the games and the films at this point. Gone is the old standard FPS format. Bond is now in third person, and it's Pierce Brosnan giving the voice and face. The rest of the filmic cast is here as well. The game looks like the films.

    Easily one of the better PS2 games this year. Since Medal of Honor appeared to have the same engine as the Bond games, perhaps they'll update that series with the Bond game third person. You feel like you're acting out an action sequence from the film, and it blows away the feel of Nightfire and its predecessor. The violence is top notch, the gadgets are great, and the game is tough on Platinum level.

    The game is also long, not one of those eight mission shooters you finish in a day. The weapons look and sound great, and of course they shamelessly plug new cars like the Porsche Cayenne and the Aston Martin Vanquish of the last film. Plain fun, even if you're not a Bond fan. It's a shame they have to stick to Teen ratings for the franchise, but blood might push the game higher.

    I don't remember the story, and it doesn't matter. The same people who write the films are now writing the games. Even the guy who writes the Bond novels now was a video games designer. It's all the same. Willem Defoe joins the ranks of video game actors, as does Heidi Klum and even John Cleese. There is now little difference between the films and the games, effectively. The game even has little MI6 interludes, like the films, and there is a the requisite visit to Q Branch to get your new gadgets and heavily armed cars. There are also bonus combat simulators thrown in. There's good variety in the missions, too. Some heavily rely on stealth, some on driving, or flying, and others on plain combat. The hand-to-hand combat is a lot of fun, too. No more cheesy flying fists. Bond (as Brosnan) can now break out killer moves, even while clad in his Brioni tuxedo.

    Highly recommended shooter, a lot of fun. Justice to the Bond name....more info
  • Great Single Player, Poor Multiplayer
    The new third person view really enhances single player mode. Character abilities, character movements, and excellent "movie quality" cut scenes make the single player missions very entertaining.
    HOWEVER, if you are looking for a multi-player game with a battle mode similar to other Bond titles this is not a game to buy! Multi-player battle mode is also played in 3rd person, and there is no split screen making the battle mode very boring and pretty much not worth playing.
    But, there is an option for Co-op missions with 1 other player that is very similar to the single player missions (it is played with split screen) and is very fun.
    Overall, if you are looking for a game to play by yourself or play cooperative missions with 1 other person it is a must-have. But if you are looking for 3 or 4 way multi-player action this game does not come close to past Bond titles for multi-player entertainment value....more info
  • I Like It
    If you want a fun, action-packed shooting game, get 007 Everything or Nothing. It is probably the best James Bond video game yet. Level 3 is really challenging. The best part about it is that it is not manual firing like Nightfire, it's automatic if you hold L1 down. I really like it! ...more info
  • THE MULTIPLAYER IS TERRIBLE!!!!!
    I buy Bond games mostly for the multiplayer because it is the most fun. When I played this Bond, it was in 3rd Person. That means there is one screen and it's from a birds eye view. The missions are fun for about five minutes, but after that they gat old. Only buy this game if you don't care about multiplayer....more info
  • Best Bond Game Since Goldeneye
    This is one of the few really good games I managed to overlook when the PS2 was in it's prime. I wasn't sure about going from the 1st person view to 3rd person, but it works...it really really works. The missions are so much more varied from Bonds games of old. Instead of just shooting people in endless fetch quests, you're now chasing trains on motorcycles and grappling down burning buildings.

    The only complaint I have is the lock on targeting system doesn't work sometimes in the heat of battle. You might have to reposition yourself to get a lock on your enemy when you really shouldn't have to.

    Bottom line is you can get this game used for under [...] shipped. No excuse not to play this if you're still sporting the PS2. ...more info
  • girl is hot.
    this girl in the game is hot she is i mean really hot.man...more info
  • Everything Is Better Than Nothing
    OK, so it's been ages since they first came out with Golden Eye which still ranks #1 amongst Jimmy B sequels on the PS1 and PS2 systems. This is hands down the best one since the legendary Nintendo 64 creation. The music played throughout parts of the missions really get your adrenaline going. I would've given it 5 stars if it weren't for the arcade feeling and graphics. When they make the characters and environments life like, then we have a better game. Maybe they'll take my advice and introduce it in the Golden Eye sequel that's long overdue.

    P.S. If you see No One Lives Forever on the shelf of a video game store, ask the manager to kindly remove it, as it brings shame to anyone who possesses it along with a lifetime of remorse and shame....more info
  • The name is Bond, James Bond
    *Start Transmission*

    "Your majesty's goverment requires your help, M16. Please respond.
    The recent theft at Oxford University's highly classified prototype nano-bot project and the disapperance of its overseer, Dr. Katya Nadanova-has caused chaos in the the international intelligence community. The nanobot project was a humanitarian effort intended to facilitate the remote inspection and repair of hazardous nuclear containment facilites. However, in the wrong hands, this technology could be used for an entirley more sinister purposes.

    This is where you come in, Bond. We've already indentified the rogue polictical faction responsible for the theft and tracked them to a secret facility in Egypt's Sahara Desert. Your mission, 007, is to destroy both the hardware and the facility. The fate of the world may very well rest once again on you success.

    Good luck, 007!"

    007, M here, I new review has arrived for your eyes only, Bond.

    The top-selling franchise of the James Bond series has just got more popular. With Electronic Arts new game "Everything or Nothing" players will experience all new physics and gameplay that are new to the series of games. Hand-to-hand combat is the most popular. Punch, choke, and throw them to the ground in a Matrix-style clip. In comparison with the other 007 games, the action is all in third-person view. Which is better, however, the first-person view allowed you to see much more of the enviorment.
    With this whole new game, different then anything else, comes new weapons. The plot is focused in Russia, there for you have some powerful Russian weapons. The weapons include:

    AK-74 machine gun
    SPAS-12 shotgun
    P2K pistol
    Desert Eagle pistol
    Drangnov sniper rifle
    Rocket Lanchers
    and much, much more...

    However, compared to other 007 games, you get very tired of the same weapons every level. One of the downpoints of the game. However, EA Games did make improvements with your enemy AI, compared to other 007 games, Bond was the only one that could use throwable objects, but now the enimes throw everything at you, from a pieces of china to a old man's cane, the enimes want you dead. You better watch out.


    EA Games has also approved with the enviorment. If you shoot a rocket towards a crate, it will blow up and crumble. It you shot a bullet at the window, it shatters. If you shoot another rocket at some concrete walls, well they collapse. This is quite cool.

    The new game now has a new MP mode which 007 fans have been awaiting for a long time. Guess? It's Co-Op, that's right you can team up with some of your buddies and ally and kick some Russian butt. However, the classic Arena mode, which was unlocked in the beginning of all games, now has to be unlocked by finishing the game on Agent diffuclity.

    MY OVERALL REVIEW FOR JAMES BOND 007: EVERYTHING OR NOTHING:
    Graphics: 9/10
    Gameplay: 7/10
    Realistic Enviorment: 10/10
    Weapon Selection: 5/10
    Mutilplayer Mode: 7/10

    OVERALL SCORE: 8/10
    [...]

    I hope you find my review useful, 007! Now get out there and complete your mission, Bond!

    *End of Transmission*
    ...more info
  • james bond everything or nothing
    james bond was the best game ever it had the best graphics music and multiplayer...more info
  • A dissapointment from EA
    I've been playing James Bond games for a long time at friends houses etc. Golden Eye, Agent Under Fire, and Night fire were all awesome games in terms of gameplay and the multiplayer arenas. The arenas were probably the most attractive part of the games to me. I liked the team capture the flag, etc. I finally decided to get my own James Bond game(just for the arena mode and the other multiplayer options). Once i got the game, it was a great dissapointment. The arena modes were just pointless and got extremely boring in a matter of 20 minutes. I personally think this is because of the 3rd person view. What really stinks is that you cant play any team arenas and u cant play with computers!! Besides the arenas the co-op modes, etc. were ok... The one player seemed really boring. The story wasn't very appealing. Besides the one player and the multiplayer, I also tried the online mode. It was awful. The co-op mode was a great dissapointment in online mode. Personally I feel this is EA's worst James Bond game. Even golden eye was much better. If you want to get a good James Bond game I strongly advice you to get Nightfire....more info
  • This game.. its To real not enough unneccessary death......
    I loved goldeneye because you could go around Killing civilians , Natalya and ending countless lives hastily without thought by randomly firing into the crowd. but in bond games today you cant kill 1 civilian and keep playing.This game is more like a movie.Although it is funny when your traveling 70 MPH on a motorcycle and you shoot the motorcycle next to you with a flamethrower and seeing a FLAMING CARCASS tumbling next to you getting ran over continuously by cars and semi-trucks.This game is fun to play the 1st time but after that it gets boring fast.And the multiplayer arena SUCKS!But the co op is OK.If youre like me and you enjoy games with tons of unneccesay pointless death and destruction or oyu just want to have challenging game Goldeneye 64 is for you. I, an average american child like to spend my time in front of the TV playing violent video games. Very entertaing that goldeneye game is now back to everything or nothing, if you like bond games like me this game is worth $20....more info
  • FUN!
    *Begin Transmission*

    M BREIFING:
    Listen up,007!word has it that a good game called "007:everything or nothing" is out!In this game:car chases,Booming explosians and everything you need for a great video game.

    Q BRANCH:
    Now pay attenian,007!In this game you will get lots of new weapons.The weapons are like this:
    If you shoot a wall with a rocket launcher(concrete),it colapses.
    If you shoot a vehicle,It explodes.

    Also that a neat "spider bomb" is a cool gadget made by me:It detonates when it reache something

    MONEYPENNY:
    Good luck playing this great game,James!(...)...more info
  • Fun Game, But Haven't I Played It Before?
    "Everything Or Nothing" looks great and sounds great, but beneath the flashy surface, it's just another third-person shooter, not very different than a dozen other games in the genre. There are some standout moments, like when you're chasing after a train in a suped-up Porsche or free-falling over a cliff to catch a screaming Shannon Elizabeth. But the rest of the game is pretty standard stuff, ie: duck-n-shoot, mow down three bad guys, reload, mow down three more, yawn. There's even a "stealth" mission near the end that feels completely tacked-on, like the designers said "You know what this game needs? It needs a stealth mission. Yeah, yeah! A stealth mission!" Completely uninspired.

    "Everything Or Nothing" isn't a bad game, don't get me wrong. A lot of work has obviously gone into it and I'm glad that EA has finally let go of it's "Goldeneye" fixation. But it's not the ground-breaking, jaw-dropping, awe-inspiring game that it could've so easily been....more info

  • This is the latest James Bond movie...
    ...masquerading as a video game and allowing you to lead Bond through his missions. Action-packed prelude that throws you into the mix without a pause? Check. Cheesy theme song? Check. Scenery Chewing Villain? Check. Bond hooking up with the easiest girls this side of wild kegger? Check check and check. Yup, we got a James Bond movie here! And a pretty decent game too.

    I haven't played any other Bond games so I can't compare them to it; nor did i have the chance to check out the multiplayer. I can say that this is a very entertaining game in the single player mode, quite creative and interactive with various weapons and vehicles depending on what stage you're in. Graphics were good, the xBox version would probably be a lot sharper. I dig vehicles, so I was happy that you have to fly a helicopter, drive a Cayenne and the good ol' Aston Martin as well as a SWEET crotch rocket during the course of the game. Too bad there was no water action, but i'm not picky :)

    There are a wide range of weapons for you to choose from, as well as a lot of cool gadgets to play with. I didn't find myself using a lot of the gadgets, but then I was playing it on easy. I'm sure that i'd need that strobe grenade on harder levels...The aiming system is adequate but needs refining. Too many times i've been trying to peek around corners to take out a guy, when someone comes around and is shooting at me; yet the automatic aim continues to focus on the guy around the corner instead of the guy in my face.

    I played this game as a rental on the PS2, took me about 3 days including breaks to beat it on the easiest level. The replay value for me is quite small, since I now know what the story/movie is, though they do try to add some life to it by having two combat simulators available after the last mission. I don't like the Tron setting of it though, couldn't they have created a theme setting?

    All in all, i recommend this game strongly as a very good rental. Buying it is your choice, since I don't think it would hold up well over time for me even if it is a good game....more info