- Platform: PlayStation2
- PEGI Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Bond 007: Everything Or Nothing Platinum (PS2)
- Master an all-new, over-the-top hand-to-hand fighting system
- Dispatch your enemies with a variety of useful objects
- Immersive and original single-player storyline
- Seamless transitions, from on-foot exploration to piloting a range of interactive vehicles
- Use a wide array of hi-tech Q-Branch gadgetry, including the Q-Rappel
- Missions span exotic locales on four continents
- For 1 to 4 players
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In James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing the world's greatest secret agent returns in his fifth interactive adventure. 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.
Returning as James Bond is Pierce Brosnan, who will lend his cyberscanned likeness and voice to the character. The rest of the cast will include new Bond girls as well as old and new Bond villains. The original script will take players through exciting locales in four continents including the Valley of the Kings in Egypt and the French Quarter in New Orleans.
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 objects from game environments as weapons, as well as accessing a guns and gadgets. The discerning player, however, may find a multitude of different options ranging from disguise to distracting guards to using cover--and using these Bond-style tactics to outsmart the bad guys will reward the player with special enhancements including Q-Lab gadgetry. Other new features include two-player coop missions and four-player multi-player arena modes, all set in third person views and featuring multiple playable characters.
Billed as the first James Bond film in video-game form, Everything or Nothing certainly doesn't lack in cinematic presentation. For starters it's got a cast of A-list Hollywood stars that most real movies would be jealous of, including Dame Judi Dench, John Cleese, Willem Dafoe, Shannon Elizabeth, Heidi Klum and, of course, Pierce Brosnan. There's even a title song from Mya and fully licensed Q-enhanced vehicles such as the Aston Martin V12 Vanquish and the Triumph Daytona 600 motorcycle.
In terms of gameplay though Everything or Nothing is far less extravagant. In contrast to previous Bond games it's viewed from a third-person perspective and looks and plays not unlike a more action-packed version of Splinter Cell. There are problems with the entirely manual camera system though--particularly the lock-on for the aiming system, which is frustratingly random in choosing which bad guy you target.
The vehicle sections, which use the same graphics engine as Need for Speed Underground, are less obstreperous and offer some of the most genuinely enjoyable moments as you hurtle in pursuit of bad guys riding heavily armed cars, motorbikes and helicopters. Additionally, both on foot and when driving, the game gives you the chance to trigger "Bond moments" when you find shortcuts or dispatch bad guys in particularly imaginative ways.
Everything or Nothing is perhaps the ultimate example of style over substance in video games, but there's just enough of the latter to ensure that everyone but the most pernickety of gamers will find something to enjoy. --David Jenkins --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Top Customer Reviews
Playing in James bonds position is always a good choice for the boy insdie us. Playing with guns in the spy situation has undoubtibly pleased generations since the console was invented but everything or nothing gives us that bit extra!
Guns, gadgets and fast cars create a world that although wasnt shown in the movies should be its story line is belivable, its game play is un matched and its difficulty challenges the player throughout.
Using helicopters, DB7 vanquishes and countless weapons to fight numerous baddies including the players favourite Jaws brings light to the james bond era. this game is a must have for all formats and if you dont own it or havent played it i suggest you do cause your missing out!
The games strength is certainly in its atmosphere. No bond game since goldeneye has succesfully recreated the male fantsy of being james bond as this game does. The game is full of exotic locations, high thrill motor bike chases, intense gun fights, and engrossing plot developments. It is very much like taking part in your own bond movie.
The graphics are great, and the gameplay smooth. My only complaint with the game is that some of the levels are overly short, and in places the game is far too easy. However the atmosphere of the game will keep you coming back for the ultimate bond experience on the PS2.
BUY IT IMMEDIATELY IT IS AMAZING.
Then there is the multiplayer mode. For PS2 standards this is extremely good. My favourite multiplayer mode is the cooperative, which to my surprise has a completely different story to its 007 counterpart. In cooperative mode, sometimes you are required to charge in all guns blazing but i prefer to stay back in stealth and eliminate enemies one by one (either way is accessible and efficient).
This game has incredible replay value with 3 different difficulty levels (Operative= Easy, Agent= Medium and 00 Agent= very hard). As mentioned earlier on the review i got this game the day it came out, but i have still only completed a few levels on 00 Agent. Despite the optional intense difficulty, your efforts do not go unrewarded, as the right amount of Platinum medals (the symbol of your achievement) will reward you with cool unlockables.
The targeting is excellent and allows you to shoot your opponent in any place e.g. if i was to shoot his leg then he could not walk. The vehicle scenes were great and boasted a wide array of weapons such as smoke screen, missiles, electromagnets and many more.
If you are hesitating to buy this game, then i urge you not to. Get this game now or you will regret it for the rest of your days!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The last, Pierce Brosnan-connected James Bond title - only for PS2 - and it looks pretty good!Published 7 days ago by Jayke1981
Very good classic James bond game. Action throughout with excellent missions full of entertainment and electrifying cars, bikes, weapons and cut-scenesPublished 8 months ago by Courtney Oudit
Was in great condition and I am thoroughly happy with my purchase of this product. I would recommend it to anyone else who wants to remember old times.Published 20 months ago by John
good graphics, good gameplay, i also like that you can do a coop mode in multiplayer although it does not follow the same storyline as 1 player mode i would have to say this is my... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Djharty
This game is loads of fun and has a really descent multiplayer modę
Co Operative or Versus, has a good variety of guns and gadgets to choose from.
I got this for my son but find i have played it more as a great fan of Bond , maybe getting a bit dated now but still worth playing as good funPublished on 21 Feb. 2012 by chaz
i really enjoyed this game its more interesting as you have to use a veriety of gadgets frequently and a selection of vehicles to drive around in. Read morePublished on 25 Nov. 2011 by budgie