Tag Archives: Pierce Brosnan

In 2023, a deal was finally worked for for re-releasing GoldenEye on the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One/Series. While the occasion of releasing GoldenEye again should have been met with some effort and enthusiasm, what was got was….just acceptable. On the Swich, it…

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1964GEPD is a version of the 1964 emulator which has been configured specifically for two games: GoldenEye and Perfect Dark, aiming to make the best experience of playing the original N64 games on a PC, running in HD, but not modifying the game…

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In 2007, Rare were working on a remastered version of GoldenEye: it was going to be the same game, with new graphics, and updated control scheme and online multiplayer. There are lots of rumours about why this got cancelled, but nothing concrete. The…

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EA went all out with the story and presentation of Everything or Nothing, using writers that worked on the Brosnan Bond films as well as getting Pierce Brosnan to actually provide the voice of James Bond, and Willem Dafoe playing the main villain.…

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While the Game Boy Advance version of Nightfire came out after the home console version, the GBA’s version of Everything or Nothing came out a few months earlier than the main version. This time, it’s an isometric third person shooter. The game throws…

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In the 2000s, you would seemingly expect that the PC version of a game like this would be a port of a console version. However, the PC version of Nightfire was developed separately by Gearbox. While they had access to some of the…

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Returning after the N64 version of The World is Not Enough, Eurocom make the next EA Bond game with another unique story. This time, it stars Pierce Brosnan’s face (but still not his voice), although is still a sequel to Agent Under Fire,…

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This one of the most difficult ones to track down, I found lots of low quality imagery, and most of that was from the French version – I eventually managed to convince someone on Board Game Geek to send me images of the…

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After the Nintendo 64 and PlayStation version of The World Is Not Enough comes the Game Boy Color version, which is very obviously different. It takes a top down view with Bond shooting, punching and sneaking his way though levels. Graphically, the game…

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The must surprising thing about 007 Racing is the complete lack of one thing: Racing. This is a vehicle combat game with missions you need to complete. With the game utilising multiple famous Bond cars, you might then expect to be a “greatest…

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