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James Bond 007 (Game Boy)

73
MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
3.5
MobyScore
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Bond as a Zelda escapade, with surprising success RussS (781) 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars

Our Users Say

Category Description MobyScore
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 3.7
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.3
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 3.6
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.2
Overall MobyScore (11 votes) 3.5


The Press Says

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80
Total! (Germany)
Wenn Ihr Euch für das Spiel interessiert, solltet Ihr allerdings der englischen Sprache mächtig sein und Kontakte nach USA haben, um überhaupt erst in den Besitz des Moduls zu kommen. Soweit Euch diese Umstände nicht stören, sichern Euch gelungene Animationen, gutes Scrolling, die einfache Handhabung und eine saubere Steuerung einen spannenden Geheimagentenauftrag auf dem Game Boy.
80
Nintendo Life
There are a few problems such as invisible barriers blocking bullets, and visually it's not the most ambitious Game Boy game, but the simple look works well as does the music. Overall, James Bond 007 is an exciting, fun game that should provide players with plenty of entertainment.
80
Mega Score
O nome é Bondinho. James Bondinho. Encolhido à medida da mais pequena consola da Nintendo, o famoso agente secreto de Sua Majestade está aí pronto para destruir os piores vilões de sempre.
70
Retroage
Podsumowując James Bond 007 na Game Boya to z pewnością pozycja obowiązkowa dla fanów agenta Jej Królewskiej Mości jak i graczy, którzy oczekują dopracowanego tytułu z ciekawą fabułą, postaciami i dialogami znanymi z filmów o przygodach 007.
70
IGN
One refreshing aspect of this game is the way in which it expands the RPG genre into the modern-day world of high-tech espionage. For whatever reason, the James Bond mystique has a powerful hold on the public's imagination, and this game provides a miniature glimpse into the glamorous world of 007. Playing the game will leave you stirred, maybe shaken, and quite reasonably entertained.
70
Nintendojo
This game is about par: Most RPG fans will enjoy it, but if you're buying it strictly for the action elements don't. The Bond license, while being used as a cash cow, genuinely helps the game. Overall, it's not great, but a lot better than some of the other crap out there.
62
Nintendo Power Magazine
James Bond 007 features an original plot, but characters like Odd Job and Jaws are familiar. It feels like a Bond adventure, which means that it's heavy on the fighting and shooting. Players will also have to use their heads to solve puzzles. Bond and adventure fans will have hours of fighting, searching and wry dialogue to keep them up at night. But if you're expecting Goldeneye on the Game Boy, don't.