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|007: Everything or Nothing|
North American GameCube box art
|Developer(s)|| EA Redwood Shores (GC)|
Griptonite Games (GBA)
James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing is a video game in the 007 series of games. The protogonist of the game, James Bond, is voiced by past Bond actor Pierce Brosnan. It was released on the Nintendo GameCube and Game Boy Advance. It is rated T for teen by ESRB, and was developed and published by Electronic Arts (the GBA version, however, was developed by Griptonite Games).
007: Everything or Nothing is a video game in the James Bond series and the second to be seen through a third person perspective, whereas most in the series are first person titles. In the game you'll travel to four different locations around the world including Egypt, Peru, New Orleans, and Moscow. There are a total of eight different weapons and a variety of different gadgets.
The following are a variety of different weapons in the game:
- Rappel gun: Can get James Bond to a higher areas when you shoot against a flat surface.
- Coin grenades: Appear to be coins though are actually explosives.
- Sleeper dart gun: Can dispatch enemies in one hit.
- Q-Spider: This small robot can find enemies and crawl into small spaces.
- Thermovision goggles: These goggles can allow you to see enemies in the dark.
- RC car: A small car that you can control to get places where you can't.
- Network tap: Special darts.
- Nano suit: A suit that'll allow you to be invisible. The faster you move, the more visible you'll become. The goal is to be as stealthy as possible when wearing it.
007: Everything Or Nothing for the GameCube has an average of 84.5% on GameRankings - better received than the Xbox version though slightly worse than the PS2 one. Take note, however, that all three games are basically the same, the scores are simply different since different critics created the reviews. The Game Boy Advance version of the game has an average of 70.5%, also on GameRankings.