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SummaryA boring repetitive shooter.
The GoodBeing the bad guy for once was an interesting touch. Working for the villain (Auric Goldfinger) was an interesting touch as well.
The BadThis game is quite possibly the worst Bond game out there. Well, A View to a Kill is probably the worst so this is #2. Being the villain sounds like an interesting touch at first but after I beat the first mission of the game (Which is the MI6 training simulator mentioned in the plot outline) I felt like a critical element was missing from the game. A critical element that makes the game...fun. But, sadly, this game does not seem to have it. Throwing enemies off cliffs and taking them hostage to use against other enemies seems like an interesting concept at first but here - it basically...fails horribly. The missions have very little variety in them - they're all the same colors - just a dull gray and sometimes brown if you're lucky.