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Great and innovative; the best Bond game yet.

5 Rating: 5, Useful: 27 / 38
Date: June 15, 2003
Author: Amazon User

James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing is by far the best James Bond game yet. The graphics are great, although it is viewed from a 3rd person view (where you see yuor entire character, not just the gun). At first, this might not seem great. However, it ends up working very well.

James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing has great varity. The third person view makes stelth easier. The manual aim feature (like in Nightfire) puts you in frist-person ofr precies aiming. There is a fairly forgiving auto-aim feuture, as well. There are driving levels, with a better variety of cars. There are also more explosions, more opportunities to use tight-ropes, and the levels have multiple ways of being beaten.

James bond 007: Everything or Nothing is one of the best games around. There, unfortanutely, is no Xbox Live support, but the offline mode more than makes up for it. The split screen play (up to 4 players) is great, and fast. There are a wide variety of maps to choose from. This is the best offline shooter on Xbox.

Simply Awesome

5 Rating: 5, Useful: 4 / 4
Date: November 26, 2004
Author: Amazon User

i must say that this game was simply outstanding I love the storyline,the weapons,and the characters(including singer Mya & Nadia from Apple Pie). This game is similar to splinter cell as far as the smooth movement of the characters and diffcult of levels.Every level is very detail and layout perfectly. This definitely a must have for any 007 fan.

Graphic - 10/10
Sound - 10/10

Co-op is Frustrating

1 Rating: 1, Useful: 5 / 7
Date: March 18, 2004
Author: Amazon User

I bought Nightfire last year and most parts of the game are pretty fun. Nightfire did not offer co-op play and I considered that to be a limitation. When I found out that EA Games was coming out with Everything or Nothing and it offered co-op play, I knew it was a "must buy" for me. My wife and I really enjoy playing co-op games and we were really looking forward to EON's release. Unfortunately, the co-op feature turned out to be a big disappointment. It is certainly the most frustrating game I have purchased for my Xbox system thus far. There is no difficulty level (i.e. easy, medium, or hard) in the co-op portion of this game and ultimately it just seems nearly impossible to complete. You and your partner only have a combined total of 12 lives for each level and the likelihood of making it through the first level is limited. Perhaps the game gets easier after the first level...however, we gave up before we got that far. Additionally, I thought the game play was pretty repetitive and boring (although we didn't get that far into the game). It probably seemed extremely repetitive because you are forced to play each level over and over again until you're able to master it enough to go onto the next level. If you want a truly frustrating co-op experience, then this is the game for you. If you're looking for an enjoyable co-op experience, try Conflict Desert Storm (I and II) and Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance (now a Platinum Hit). EON is a major disappointment for co-op play.

Bond is Back; in co-op!

4 Rating: 4, Useful: 11 / 24
Date: October 24, 2003
Author: Amazon User

James Bond 007 Everything or Nothing is going to blow the gaming world away. It will have a ton of all new vehicles, including a dirt bike (you can even tilt it to the side to slide underneath obstacles as you're moving), a helicopter, and a sports car. You even have a choice as to which vehicle you would like to use in some missions. The feature I think I'm most excited about is the all new cooperative mode. I've always wanted something like that in a Bond game, and the closest I've ever gotten to it was in Golden Eye, where you could have one person control Bond and the other could shoot. Besides that, there are a bunch of new weapons and gadgets, as well as a hand-to-hand combat system. On one of the trailers for this game, I saw Bond sneak up behind someone and pull off a Splinter Cell/pro wrestling style move. He jumped up and grabbed the guy's face and neck and slammed him backwards on the ground (almost how you can do that in the Matrix game). One thing I hope is kept in the game from Nightfire is the bot feature. Playing against six bots by yourself was always a good way to train. I also liked the helicopter in multiplayer Nightfire, but instead of the tank they should put something else, or at least allow the tank to climb up stairs! I also liked how in the second to last Bond game (forgot the title) you could use your Q-claw anywhere and everywhere, and even hang from high ceilings to surprise your opponents. The only bad thing about this game is that it won't be out until next year; and I can't wait!

Everything or Nothing has Everything

5 Rating: 5, Useful: 3 / 3
Date: February 25, 2004
Author: Amazon User

This is what true Bond fans have been waiting for. It blows all other Bond games away, best since Goldeneye. It starts out with a typical intro serquence just like in all the Bond movies, only you actaully control this intro sequence! The 3rd person view may seem like a bad idea at first, but once you play, its surprisingly easy to use. The control configuration is very simple and easy to get used to. You get a very good assortment of weapons, some of my favorites like a Walther P99, Desert Eagle, MP5K, SIG 552, AK-74, SPAS 12 Shotgun, Rocket Launcher, If theres more, I havent got to them yet. Theres also an innovative hand-to-hand combat system, ever wanted to bash someones face in with there own gun then knee them in the stomach and watch them fall to the floor? You can even peek around corners and pick the guy off before he knows what hit him. The evasive roll is a good way to quickly move in on an enemy and take him out with a good move if your out of ammo or just wanna do something fancy to the eye. You even have a repel chord cord you can use to scale up or down flat surfaces. If all this sounds to confusing, not to worry, the game makes you take a MI6 training course that teaches you these skills quite well. The levels for this game are not very hard either and there not too long. They are very creative and action packed though. In some levels you get to choose which vehicle you would rather drive. Some vehicles include a motor cycle, SUV, V12 Vanquish or "Vanish", Army Tank, Cargo Truck, even a helicopter! The entire video game actually makes you feel like your watching a Bond Movie. You even get Q briefinggs at MI6 headquarters in Scotland. What perhaps makes this game is the use of actual actors and there voices. Yes, that means Pierce Brosnan actually does the voice in the game, John Cleece as Q, and some other well known actors such as Shannon Elizibeth, Heidi Klum, and an old friend, Jaws is back! Played by Richard Kiel. With all this great stuff what could be wrong with this game? Maybe its just me, but the story line seems kind of vauge. And the way the cars drive, its difficult to control sometimes. Ammo shortages are another problem, maybe thye'd rather you use the combat system sometimes though. Overall id give this 4.5 stars out of 5. This wont be a waste of money!

Everything or Nothing? It is has everything.

5 Rating: 5, Useful: 3 / 3
Date: June 14, 2004
Author: Amazon User

Everything or Nothing is the newest and most diverse edition to the James Bond video games. Instead of being a first person shooter it's more like Syphon Filter. You lock on to your targets and shoot. You can duck, hide behind objects, use multiple vehicles, rapel onto and off from buildings, knock out opponents without switching weapons, use a wide variety of weapons and gadget, and much more. There are over thirty levels, some of which are vehicle levels. EoN has a multiplayer campaign mode and an arena mode, in which up to four players can face off. This new edition to the James Bond series is both challenging and entertaining. I recomend this game to pretty much anyone. I preffer ninja games and I loved this game.

Bond's best since Goldeneye on the N64!

4 Rating: 4, Useful: 3 / 4
Date: March 22, 2004
Author: Amazon User

Wow this game was fun the first thing that I noticed that kind of took me by surprize was this game is in third person! Though the third person is a bit choppy and hard to move around sometimes it works pretty well. The big thing that I found about the game was how great the vehicles come into the game! They were the best part!

First Triumph for a 007 Game After Goldeneye!!!!!

4 Rating: 4, Useful: 3 / 4
Date: July 16, 2004
Author: Amazon User

First time ever there is a game that combines the playness of halo, the weapons of goldeneye, the gadgets of a 007 movie and the killing spred of splinter cell in the 007 movie that doesn't really exists but you'll feel like the movie maker and you play the role of James Bond himself with the original voces of the actors and actress who sould be in the movie. You even have the chance to play with a beautiful Bond candy girl.

Everything Or Nothing.

5 Rating: 5, Useful: 2 / 2
Date: August 03, 2004
Author: Amazon User

This is the best Bond game so far. Between the gadgets,guns and cars I don't know what I like best about this game. they even use real names of guns unlike other games, i love it how you get the aston martin and the cayenne suv and a motorbike. the controls are simple enough that you can easily pick it up and start playing and after twenty-thirty minutes of high octane playing you have beaten a level or two. Everything Or Nothing is one of those games where some levels are easy but the ones that are hard...are hard but not so hard to where you just can't beat it and try over and over again. this is an incredible game.

Great Game

5 Rating: 5, Useful: 2 / 2
Date: November 26, 2004
Author: Amazon User

This game was good allround. The Multiplayer fetuer was very good and indepth. It evan had it's own story line wich was cool. Afrter playing this game I went and put in 007 Nightfire and EON blew the fire out of the night. Very good game

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