007: Nightfire is a GameCube and Game Boy Advance video game released in 2002. In 2006 it was rereleased as part of the Player's Choice brand in both America and Europe. The game is a first person shooter developed by Eurocom for the GameCube and JV Games for the Game Boy Advance. The game was generally well received, though didn't move the series forward as did GoldenEye 007 for the Nintendo 64. Nightfire is the second 007 video game for the GameCube and the fourth to be published by Electronic Arts.
Before you begin your adventure, you'll have to chose between three different difficulty settings including Operative (easy), agent (moderate difficulty), and 00 agent (hard). At the end of each level you'll be given a list of various statistics, such as how many enemies you've dispatched, your accuracy when shooting, and so fourth.
The game has plenty of weapons in at least six different categories (one of them being micellaneous). In all, there are thirty seven weapons, eleven of which are unique gadgets that Bond can use. The categories include pistols, submachine guns, rifles, explosives, gadgets, and micellaneous.