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  • Summary: Think like Bond, act like Bond, and experience an entirely new Bond adventure. James Bond, the world's greatest secret agent, returns in Everything or Nothing with new guns and gadgets, combat skills, and clever tricks--and it's up to you to put them to good use. Travel through four exciting continents including the Valley of the Kings in Egypt and the French Quarter in New Orleans. The game also features two-player co-op missions and four-player multiplayer arena modes. Expand
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  1. You can also race through a shitstorm of artillery fire in a Porsche Cayenne Turbo (complete with “Q-cloak” invisibility feature) or missile-firing Triumph Daytona 600.
  2. Where "Goldeneye" was an incredible FPS dressed in a tux, Everything or Nothing is pure, 100 proof Bond.
  3. Offers an intense, action packed experience that ties in a nice selection of varied gameplay aspects to ensure the game never gets tired.
  4. The driving (and flying) sequences keep the game fresh, with cars that are an absolute dream to drive.
  5. 85
    Just a medley of solidly-executed gameplay ideas; stealth, explosive driving, shootouts, and huge boss fights come together to make it almost more compelling than some of the most recent movies.
  6. 83
    Action addicts still get their share of mayhem, however, as EON delivers some spectacular levels, including a breakneck highway chase on a flamethrower-equipped motorcycle. Her majesty would definitely approve. [13 Feb 2004, p.L2T 18]
  7. 50
    With just as many levels where you'll pray for it to be over than where you're actually having fun, the game turns out to be a mixture of styles that don't meld together as solidly as they should, as well as having several frustrating joypad-throwing moments and often demanding extraordinary feats of memory from the player. [Mar 2004, p.114]

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  1. RyanK.
    May 17, 2005
    "EVERYTHING OR NOTHING" is the best 007 game with explosive controls, riveting car/chase sequences and enough dialogue to charm non-fans of the action-hero and this is what you call dynamite-action!!! Expand
  2. JoeElK.
    Feb 6, 2004
    It Rocks!!!!!!!
  3. DennisvanT.
    Mar 8, 2004
  4. ProfessorFrink
    Mar 5, 2004
    This easily outstrips all the other disappointing 007 games (cough...ahem...agent under fire...cough..). For some reason though, I always get the feeling that the missions are too short, but that may just be me. I'm glad that EA has finally stopped making the fancy looking crappy excuse for gadgets and gave you just what you need. One criticism I would have to be the helicopter level (lv. 6?), that level sucks and the car level after The Ruined Tower, the time limit just isn't that fun. Still, excellent game. Expand
  5. Oct 13, 2013
    Even though this was not the first third-person bond, it felt like a brand new franchise. The lock on aiming felt like an improvement over Nightfire's clumsy first person mechanics. The fighting is pretty well done. It is simple enough that you can usually accomplish your counter attacks and strikes. The multiplayer is only good for two people. The co-op campaign is great, the death matches are awful. Expand
  6. Uter
    Apr 13, 2004
    Multiplayer and aiming are very poorly done. But the single player is fun, and has high production value. Nightfire is a better game though.
  7. Apr 29, 2013
    This game sounded mint, and it was the first 7 or 8 levels (very short levels). You go on a bike, in a car, helicopter, and a tank in the first 5 or 6 levels. The gadgets r great.
    But it eventually gets extremely hard.
    The graphics r good and the levels fun anough u want 2 do them again (and u can). The multiplayer is a bit dissapointing but is fun if u can actually do it.


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