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James Bond: The World Is Not Enough (N64)

by Electronic Arts
Nintendo 64
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)

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  • Employ stealth, espionage action, and overwhelming fire power in each mission
  • Full arsenal of Q-lab gadgets including x-ray glasses, grappling hook watch, cufflink camera, and more
  • Over 10 exciting missions in exotic locations
  • Follow the plot through real-time 3D cinematics based on the movie
  • Stunning graphics and visual effects
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo 64
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B0000507U9
  • Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 13 x 3 cm ; 181 g
  • Release Date: 8 Dec. 2000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,204 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

The World is Not Enough is the highly anticipated sequel to the Nintendo 64's hugely popular first-person shooter, Golden Eye 007. Playing as James Bond, you'll accomplish mission objectives while using your License to Kill any bad guy in your sites. Crouch, jump, swim, climb and run through each mission. There are three difficulty settings, each one making the bad guys tougher while adding mission objectives. And, playing to Bond's particularly glamorous skills, there is a forced-scrolling skiing-and-shooting level. Get important game info from the good guys you meet, including Q and M.

As with its predecessor, The World is Not Enough's multiplayer mode is sure to be very popular. The game will have at least five multiplayer arenas for two-on-two, two-on-one, and three-on-one teams. Choose any character from the single-player mode, designate Artificial Intelligence controlled players, and customise the match's settings: starting arsenal, weapons available for pickup, health power-ups and match duration.

Amazon.co.uk Review

If you've played EA's previous James Bond game on PlayStation, Tomorrow Never Dies, you probably won't be looking forward to The World Is Not Enough. However, although it could most accurately be described as GoldenEye-lite, The World Is Not Enough (TWINE) offers a much more satisfying experience than the previous effort both graphically and gameplay-wise.

As you might expect you play the part of 007, and the action is viewed from a first-person perspective. As each levels begins you are given a set of objectives by M and these have to be completed before you can proceed.

These tasks mainly involve shooting as many bad guys as possible with a variety of satisfyingly chunky weaponry, but there are also skiing, driving, gambling (one of the most fun) and stealth levels. With the latter utilising some neat gadgetry provided by John Cleese's R (the only actor from the film actually voicing his character in the game).

The game follows the plot of the film very closely, with 10 levels being linked by extensive movie footage. An experienced gamer will not have too many problems finishing TWINE in a few hours, and the extensive violence makes this game unsuitable for younger players, but most James Bond fans will find much to entertain them in this diverting romp. --Michael Bartley


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Bond Game to end all Bond Games 2 Dec. 2001
Ah, Bond is back, and is it about time? Yes it is, but the question is, was it worth the wait? The answer, again, yes!
It may be annoying you need a controller pack to save it, and sure, some of the one player levels may be slightly tricky but it's the multiplayer that really brings this game to life.
Goldeneye may have been good and before I player TWINE I would have agreed that Goldeneye boasted the best Multiplayer out, but now I have changed my mind, TWINE beats Goldeneye hands down. There are loads of multiplayer options and also you can add bots to a match. This is good, but what's even better is that you can play the multiplayer on your own against three bots.
I remember playing multiplayer games on Goldeneye, and how long I used to spend plugging the opponents with bullets before they would go down. An advantage with TWINE is that the characters have less health and this speeds the whole game up, making the multiplayer a hectic experience.
Perfect for beginners as well, not that any of you are.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars There is only one bond 15 Mar. 2002
By A Customer
The cartridge has not been taken out of my console since i bought this on a whim. What a game. Not just shooting but genuine strategy. A brilliant mix of mindless violence when you go back to the simple levels and caution and strategy on the harder levels. The multiplayer is probably the best feature. Get this one set up on the widescreen and see the rapt attention on four faces as you attempt to kill each other. 2v2 team mode has shouts of co-ordination accross the room. Worthe every one of the five stars.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not a Goldeneye or Perfect Dark beater. 29 Mar. 2001
By A Customer
TWINE is a thrilling shoot em' up game, it's got good weapons and gadgets throughout the game. The levels are long and complicated, which keeps you thinking. The characters, cut scenes and speech are really well done and altough it's not as good as Rarewares Goldeneye or Perfect Dark it'll keep you on the edge of your seat.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By A Customer
After Goldeneye and perfect dark you will probably be expecting a little too much from this game. However it does please with more weapons, gadgets and some extremely fun levels. The scenery is much more active with cars passing and birds flying overhead. There is loads of good recreated speech and the difficulty curve is a perfect as Rares efforts. Clearly this is goldeneye copied with worse music and gun sounds, but I reccommend this as the third best shooter on the N64. You will be satisfied until james bond returns to the gamecube.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Ah!Mr.Bond I see you have RETURNED! 25 April 2001
By A Customer
I like them shaken not stirred and this is no exception.With great graphics and gameplay and all the ingridients of a Bond film.The levels are well crafted and challenging and the movie clips in between are so amazing,in fact I can't say a bad word about this game.Now bring me my dry martini.
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So,the rumers were true.Rare might have released their grip on the James Bond licence to work on Perfect Dark,but the talk of a The World is Not Enough game on the N64,developed by Duke Nukem:Zero Hour helmers Eurocom,turned out to be spot on despite the pitful denials from potential publishers. As predicted,Eurocom have cannily chosen to clone Rare's work on Goleneye,rather than risk wasting the licence on a multi-genre mess of a game-a la EAs Tommorrow Never Dies on the playstation. As a result,The World is Not Enough is effectively an unofficial sequal to GolenEye,with control of james bond from a first person veiwpoint,a selection of weapons and Q-built gadgets borrowed straight from Bond's murderous heritage and a variety of sprawling enviroments and brain blending missions which remain astonishingly faithful to scenes and set pieces from last years movie.This is set to be a big hit and with new stuff it is definately going to be in my N64 console for a while so if you want to buy a game in november i recomed this.
JAMES BOND has most definitely returned.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The game's Bond- James Bond 18 Dec. 2000
By A Customer
From running frantically around London's Tube stations to creeping stealthily through enemies' homes, it's all here in T.W.I.N.E. The levels are superb and follow the plot exceptionally well. There are a whole range of Q gadgets that keep you occupied during the levels and the weapons look and feel realistic. The company responsible have even included a brilliant multiplayer game in which you can battle it out against computer controlled bots. This game is truly marvellous and it is the reason you bought your N64. Yes, you really are the world's most deadliest agent, James Bond!
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3.0 out of 5 stars The World is not Enough Versus Perfect Dark 18 Dec. 2000
By A Customer
I am a keen 007 gamer, with almost every cheat and time beaten on Perfect Dark and the completion of Golden eye. I did purchase "The World is Not enough" on the weekend and I was very disapointed. It lacks all the original gameplay and story line of the film that I though would be included. The Levels seem smaller and rushed. The makers should never have relased this game if it was unfinished. Hats of to Rare, who not only made an excellent game "Golden Eye", but improved on it 10x with "Perfect Dark".
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars It's a great game and solid as all 90s video games were ...
We recently bought a used Nintendo 64. It didn't come with a game so we bought this. It's a great game and solid as all 90s video games were (which I like). Read more
Published 3 months ago by Tasha7453
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Very good game
Published 4 months ago by kieren
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Good
Published 6 months ago by Alan Barnett
3.0 out of 5 stars Good but no Goldeneye
ALTHOUGH a marked improvement from Tomorrow Never Dies, TWINE still falls short of any Goldeneye fan's expecations. Read more
Published on 17 Dec. 2001 by mattyr_1998@yahoo.com
5.0 out of 5 stars TWINE, borderline 4-5 Stars
The game offers a good balance between the simpleton's game Goldeneye and the complexity of Perfect Dark. Read more
Published on 19 Nov. 2001 by Michael Fingal O'Flaherty Brett
2.0 out of 5 stars Nowhere near as good as Goldeneye
When I bought this TWINE, I expected a high quality and polished Bond Game, about as good as Perfect Dark. What did I get? Read more
Published on 2 Sept. 2001 by Redmans Cobe
4.0 out of 5 stars This Game is not Enough.......
......to beat Goldeneye. It has very good graphics, and brilliant reload animations, but they take forever. Read more
Published on 22 Feb. 2001
4.0 out of 5 stars Adam's review of The World Is Not Enough
This game has alot of class, it's definetly a goldeneye beater,this title will keep you on the edge of the couch until you complete it. Read more
Published on 16 Feb. 2001
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