First James Bond Videogame You Played
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I remember I was at my cousin's house and we started to play.. he has pwning me horrible! I didn't know how to reload (I kept presing Z when my ammo runned out because he tld me so!)
Such a dissapointment with Quantum of Solace vs Goldeneye.. yet QOS is an awesome game
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Posted 25 November 2008 - 10:28 PM
And its a excellent game. Hope QOS PS2 is good.
Everything or Nothing. I'm not too sure.
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Posted 06 January 2011 - 12:17 PM
Tomorrow Never Dies on the Playstation. Shortly after I got into Bond, I found the game so I brought it. As MHarkin said, bloody brilliant game!
Note: I suck at games (still do) and had to use cheat codes
TND was also the first Bond game I ever played and while I certainly thought it was the coolest thing of all time when I was 9 or 10, it was pretty obvious by the time The World is Not Enough came out on PSOne that I was dead wrong and that TND was a bit awful in a lot of respects.
I remember I had no bones about using cheats and frequently used the invulnerability code, the all-weapons code and the troublesome walk-thru-walls code which occasionally led to Bond getting trapped in phantom dimensions of blackness from which he had no hopes of escape and you'd have to restart the console.
I remember one time I muddled up the game so much with this cheat that in the penultimate in-game video where Carver is taunting Bond, the game accidentally turned Carver into Stamper for some reason. Pretty funny, really although at that point I was worried that I'd actually broken the game.
TND was just a rent, mind. The first 007 game I actually owned was The World is Not Enough for PSOne which I dearly, dearly loved and played to its absolute death. I loved how the game featured all the gadgets that hadn't been in TND (cellphone stunner and scanner) as well as the ones in the TWINE movie (I my pants when I got to use the grappling hook watch in a game). The voice-alike for Brosnan was both impressively good and hilariously bad at times. Man, I really loved that game. It's a bit dated now, not to mention it has the shadow of its GoldenEyed predecessor looming over it, preventing any likelihood of nostalgic gamers wanting to discover it again. Apparently there was an even better version of TWINE for N64 with more levels and a multiplayer? Has anyone played this?
The next 007 game I played was 007 Racing and while I dearly, desperately wanted to love it or even like it, it just wasn't possible. A game that comes damn close to being utterly unenjoyable. I stuck it through to the end using cheats, but I'm really not sure why I bothered.
I don't think I ever played Agent Under Fire. Was Pierce's likeness even used in it? I certainly played multiplayer Nightfire in my friend's house a lot. It almost seemed to be the new GoldenEye for my generation as everyone seemed to have it and multiplayer sessions were always a must. When I finally bought it a few years ago, I was bitterly disappointed by it. It didn't seem at all Bondian. Just a generic, American shoot-em-up game with a silly, unplayable ending in space.
I bought FRWL shortly after and it was decent enough. Then I bought EON and my dreams of truly feeling like James Bond truly came true.
Edited by Gothamite, 06 January 2011 - 12:18 PM.
Posted 15 January 2011 - 08:54 AM
Prior to that, I had heard of James Bond, but knew absolutely nothing about the franchise. I had seen tiny random parts of a couple of the older films on TV in the past, but had never known what I was watching or ever watched one fully. (I was 10..) I soon went and saw GoldenEye and the rest is history.
At that point I couldn't wait for the TND game. Unfortunately, Rare (developers of GE) turned down the offer to make the game in favor of making Perfect Dark.....and we got an EA made TND that was a complete dissappointment in every way possible. It's a mediocre game at best.
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