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Unless you're a big Bond fan, stay well away from this below-average and instantly-forgettable game.
adequate but the player’s main weapon, the pistol, is so severely
underpowered that it takes at least a dozen shots to take out even
common enemies, and the tougher “boss-like” enemies will take
what seems like 50 before going down. This slows the game to a
crawl in many places, and makes the necessary exploratory aspects
of the level seem more of a chore than an adventure. Combine that
with timer-based levels and inane and unnecessary “hacking”
mini-games and you come up with a game filled with good ideas
that tries to do a little too much and falters in the process.
Despite the absence of fun, humor, and the presence of pixelated young hotties looking to mack on James, James Bond Jr. is most certainly a video game that I played this evening. Not many other games can say that.