User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)

007: Everything or Nothing (Game Boy Advance)

71
MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
3.5
MobyScore
5 point score based on user ratings.

Advertising Blurbs

Back of Box - Game Boy Advance (Germany):

    DAS SCHICKSAL DER
    WELT LIEGT IN DEINEN HÄNDEN

    • Verdiene dir Upgrades für besondere Fähigkeiten
    • Mehr als 20 actiongeladene Missionen
    • Brandneues Kampfsystem
    • Multiplayer-Action für 2-4 Spieler (Game Boy Advance™ Game Link™-Kabel benötigt)
    • Stelle eine Verbindung zu James Bond 007™: Alles oder Nichts™ auf deinem NINTENDO GAMECUBE her, um Bonus-Inhalt zu erhalten.

    Contributed by Patrick Bregger (115642) on Jan 29, 2010.

www.nintendo.com:
    The world's greatest spy is even greater on Game Boy Advance!

    James Bond swaggers onto Game Boy Advance in an all-new action-packed thriller from Electronic Arts. Employ espionage tactical skills, Q-Lab gadgets and your own quick wits to help 007 rise above seemingly insurmountable odds once again. Using a third-person isometric perspective, Everything or Nothing offers multiple ways to complete each mission and rewards you for completing objectives with finesse rather than force.

    Features

    • An all-star cast includes Pierce Brosnan as James Bond, Willem Dafoe as Bond's new nemesis, John Cleese as "Q," and Judi Dench as "M." Plus the return of Richard Kiel as Jaws!
    • Exclusive Game Boy Advance content includes new locales and cool Q-Branch gadgets not available in any other version of the game.
    • Use Game Boy Advance Game Link cables to hook up with friends and tackle the game's action-packed, arena-style multiplayer mode.
    • Link up with the Nintendo GameCube version of the game to access the "Q-Transceiver" -- a device which will help you throughout the game.


    Bottom Line

    Gadgets, guns, hand-to-hand combat and dangerous driving -- Everything or Nothing has all of the supercharged elements that you'd expect in a James Bond game, and they're executed in perfect 007 style.

    Contributed by Xoleras (66212) on Dec 21, 2004.

Electronic Arts UK website - Game Boy Advance:

    Think like Bond. Act like Bond. Be like Bond.



    What would James Bond do? That's the question players will answer in every dramatic moment of James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing, as the world's greatest secret agent returns in his fifth interactive adventure under the EA GAMES’ brand. First, you will think like Bond, using espionage, tactical skills, and gadgets from the Q-Lab to analyse 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 co-op missions and four-player multiplayer arena modes, all set in third person views and featuring multiple playable characters.

    FEATURES

  • New third person perspective that showcases Pierce Brosnan as James Bond.

  • Multiple ways to complete missions, with player rewards for completing objectives with Bond style by using disguise to temporarily take the identity of a defeated foe, misdirection, and other spy tactics rather than brute force.

  • New over the top hand-to-hand fighting that includes the use of environmental objects such as bottles, chairs, tools, boards, etc.

  • Original single player storyline that immerses the player in the world of James Bond with classic villains, exotic locations, beautiful girls, fast cars, and high-tech gadgetry.

  • Missions that span exotic locales in four continents, including the French Quarter of New Orleans, a mountain fortress in Peru, a secret facility in Egypt, and Red Square in Moscow.

  • Seamless transitions from on-foot exploration to piloting interactive vehicles including cars, motorcycles, helicopters, and tanks.

  • Over 20 weapons and gadgets including the ability to rappel up or down any wall.

  • New third person multiplayer modes including two-player co-op missions and arena-style combat with up to four players.

    Contributed by Xoleras (66212) on Jun 15, 2004.

Press Release:

    EA SHIPS JAMES BOND 007’: EVERYTHING OR NOTHING’ FOR THE NINTENDO GAME BOY ADVANCE



    REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – November 26, 2003 – Electronic Arts (Nasdaq: ERTS) announced today that James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing for the Nintendo Game Boy® Advance is now available in stores under the EA GAMES’ brand. From cutting-edge gadgets to exotic locations, James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing will add a new level of drama and excitement to the James Bond experience.

    James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing once again finds the world’s greatest secret agent fighting to save the world from a diabolical madman; former KGB agent Nikolai Diavolo. Armed with metal-eating nanotech, Diavolo’s private army will steamroll the forces of the free world, unless Bond and CIA agent Mya Starling can stop Diavolo’s forces in Egypt, Peru and New Orleans, culminating in a deadly battle beneath Moscow’s Red Square!

    Officially licensed by MGM Interactive, James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing for the Nintendo Game Boy® Advance is rated “T” (Teen) by the ESRB and has an MSRP of $29.95. James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing will be available for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, the Xbox’ video game system from Microsoft, and the Nintendo GameCube’ in early 2004.

    ABOUT ELECTRONIC ARTS Electronic Arts (EA), headquartered in Redwood City, California, is the world’s leading interactive entertainment software company. Founded in 1982, Electronic Arts posted revenues of $2.5 billion for fiscal 2003. The company develops, publishes, and distributes interactive software worldwide for video game systems, personal computers and the Internet. Electronic Arts markets its products under three brand names: EA SPORTS’, EA GAMES’, and EA SPORTS BIG’. EA's homepage and online game site is www.ea.com. More information about EA’s products and full text of press releases can be found on the Internet at http://info.ea.com.

    ABOUT MGM INTERACTIVE MGM Interactive, a unit of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. (NYSE: MGM), manages business development and production of interactive products for a variety of multimedia platforms, as well as talent and developer relationships. For more information about MGM, visit MGM Online at http://www.mgm.com.

    ABOUT EON PRODUCTIONS/DANJAQ, LLC Eon Productions/Danjaq, LLC is owned by the Broccoli family and has produced twenty James Bond films since 1962. The Bond films make up the most successful franchise in film history and include the recent blockbuster films, GOLDENEYE, TOMORROW NEVER DIES, THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH, and DIE ANOTHER DAY produced by Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli. Eon Productions and Danjaq, LLC are affiliate companies and control all worldwide merchandising of the James Bond franchise.

    ###

    Contributed by skl (1140) on Feb 26, 2004.