James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing (Original Xbox) by Electronic Arts

James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing (Xbox) by Electronic Arts Box Art



North Amercian Release Date: February 17, 2004.

Region(s) Released: North America, Europe

High Definition Resolutions Supported: 480p
Widescreen Supported (16:9): Yes
Average Overall Score:
8.60 / 10

Our favorite ?00? agent is back, this time on the trail of a missing scientist and her high jacked nano-technology."

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James Bond 007 is back and this time EA has him driving, flying and combating terrorism across the globe with adventures in such exotic locales as Peru, Moscow, New Orleans and Egypt. Stellar Hollywood Cast - PIERCE BROSNAN IS JAMES BOND, lending his cyberscanned LIKENESS AND VOICE to the action. Also featuring an A-list Hollywood cast of Bond allies and villains old and new, PLUS new, stunningly beautiful Bond girls.


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User Reviews

Score: 86
Overall User Average: 8.62 / 10 (86.0%)
Gameplay User Average: 8.00 / 10
Graphics User Average: 9.00 / 10
Sound User Average: 9.12 / 10
Date reviewed: November 9, 2005.

Overall: Overall Everything or Nothing is no slouch in the Bond series. It is fun to play and will be a great title for any Bond fan. They put the money into getting professional casting from authentic Bond actors and it pays with the cutscenes. This is a fun and immersive Bond game which I personally found to have some control and camera issues with. I still would highly recommend this game for any avid action fan or Bond fan.

Gameplay: This is a shame because the game provides such a thrilling Bond experience. Some of the most enjoyable levels are the vehicle levels and these are just a blast to play because there fast and get your adrenaline pumping. The regular Bond levels left something to be desired. Many of them for me simply became frustrating to play in a stealthy manner. Most of the time id just run aim shoot because killing guys that way was much easier. The aiming is too good however, the controls and camera caused some major havoc on me. Locking on sometimes would not work and id be left with a much closer battle than i wanted. Movement wasn't as smooth after playing games like splinter cell Bond seemed really awkward to play with in a stealth like manner. Bond moments were fun to try but most of the time I just couldn't be bothered to try to discover them. In the end i still have lots of fun with the vehicle chases but to complete the rest to grab gold or platinum will be a test of my will. I have not yet played multi player however with the controls taking a while to get used to this could be a frustrating endeavour.

Graphics: The graphics are some of the best Bond has seen for a long time. The cinematics are very impressive with lifelike personalities and CG. They put the time and money into getting the character models right and it makes the experience that much better. The explosions are great looking and the vehicles are sharp. The only real drawbacks are the gun models are not that great and some of the terrain and building modeling can be quite blocky.

Sound: Bond i must say has never sounded so good. The voices are true to the actors and are done remarkably well. You have Bond's witty puns and this turns the game into feeling like the movies. In game sounds are well done, rockets flying, voices are loud and gun shots sound very authentic. This is some great audio and even the theme song is produced at a high quality with professional singers.

Overall: 80 %
Gameplay: 70 %
Graphics: 90 %
Sound: 100 %

Date reviewed: August 26, 2005.

Overall: Bond is back!?like every year. This game proved EA?s further skills at game presentation and marketing. James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing provides a whole new style of ?Bond? gameplay together with a full ?Bond? cast. The storyline, as could be expected, is very Bond-ish. Simply put, you (as James Bond) must thwart the evil plans (something to do with nanotechnology) of Nikolai Diavolo. The game is a must-own for any hardcore Bond fan, nevertheless, provides an great action-gaming experience for anyone.
Gameplay: The style of gameplay is very different to EA?s previous Bond game, James Bond 007: Nightfire, or even to EA?s following ?Bond? game, GoldenEye: Rogue Agent. Those games are played through a first-person perspective. James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing, meanwhile, is played in third-person. The drawback of this is that you don?t ?feel? like Bond anymore, however, the game seems more like a Bond movie now. Yet it isn?t just shooting and fighting in third-person. You?ll be riding motorcycles, cars, and other vehicles too. A new and unique addition to the game is this ?Bond sense? thing. I must say I liked it, even though it is weird. The controls and camera seemed reasonable during gameplay. The game also has a multiplayer aspect. One part of this is co-operative multiplayer, where two players fight through these missions. Another part of multiplayer is the Arena, where up to four players can fight against each other in a ?free-for-all?-type mode. The multiplayer in the game is good enough, though for some reason, was not as fun to play as the multiplayer in other Bond games like Nightfire.
Graphics: The graphics of James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing are remarkable. All characters look and feel realistic. The environments and vehicles have been beautifully designed. The cut-scenes of the game are particularly impressive. All the actors who have contributed to this game (Brosnan, Dafoe, etc.) have been modeled well. There are no major problems with the visuals.
Sound: Sound is very important to Bond games. EA, like with this game, maintains a high standard for audio. Most impressive is the amazing voice-over work: Pierce Brosnan, Willem Dafoe, John Cleese, Judi Dench, and so on. It really makes this game seem like a real Bond movie. It is also great to see improvement. One might remember that Nightfire had Brosnan?s face, but not his voice, which was quite annoying. The sound effects have been nicely implemented, as has all the typical Bond music. The sound, certified with a THX label, is certainly exceptional.
Suggestions: Next time, try to make a Bond game that blends both this game together with the first-person Bond style (i.e. both first- and third-person). Try to work on the multiplayer experience as well.

Overall: 90 %
Gameplay: 90 %
Graphics: 90 %
Sound: 100 %

Date reviewed: July 17, 2004.

Overall: Fantastic. Im honestly believe that this is the best Bond game yet (yes, better than Goldeneye)and it will take some beating.
Gameplay: Fantastic. Bond has been switched to 3rd person and it really works for the franchise. Fantastic gameplay makes for a superb game.
Graphics: excellent graphics. Bond, along with all the other characters are created to perfection. The maps are perfectly layed out too, 10 out of 10.
Sound: Pierce Brosnan, Judi denche, John Cleese, Heidi Klum, Willem Dafoe and Shannon Elizabeth all lend their vocal talents to this game, making the sound stand out.
All the guns/gadgets sound perfect too!
Suggestions: Make a new one with another all star cast!, really gr8 game, well done! ;)

Overall: 100 %
Gameplay: 100 %
Graphics: 100 %
Sound: 100 %

Date reviewed: May 7, 2004.

Overall: Overall...this is a great game. It is very different from all of the other Bond games which was much needed considering that last few games were very lacking.
Gameplay: The gameplay was awsome except for the targeting. It can be very frustrating when you targeting system target a guy that is far away instead of the guy two feet in front of you.
Graphics: This is the very best part of this game. The visuals are sensational! A great inprovement from the last couple of Bond games.
Sound: The sound is only surpassed by the visuals. The computer yell and screams when you shoot them which makes the game that much more fun.
Suggestions: Fix the targeting system.

Overall: 90 %
Gameplay: 80 %
Graphics: 100 %
Sound: 100 %

N Y R 2 0 0 5
Date reviewed: April 6, 2004.

Overall: This game is most different from the previous bond games on the xbox. The Graphics are outstanding for a game that was not created by microsoft, and the jump-cuts make u feel as if your watching a moive. Also the 3rd person adds to it. However if you where a fan of nightfire as i was it is a bit dissappoointing.
Gameplay: The gameplay is ok. Its liek watching a movie, and therefore isn't as much skill as Nightfire. The auto-aim in third person both makes the game much easyier and hell of alot more annoying. You can't chose who to target, so as 3 people are running at you, it aims on some retarded walking the other way, and ur getting killed and can't even shoot them. Third person works in splinter cell, 1 because you can manual aim, and second its a slow pace game, in this game its shoot everyone, and third person dosne't work for it. It would be much better had they made it a first person. The weapons, gadgets and lvls are all good, and besides the manual aim its a great game.
Graphics: The graphics are outstanding. As i was driving in my cyanne, or however you spell the !&%$@#* thing, i had a small reminder of PGR2 wiht the reflections, of course then i started shooting the missles and forgot about it, however the graphics are great. The jump cuts, and characters are all realistic looking, and give you the impression of wathcing a movie. Very well done indeed!
Sound: The sounds are good. I mean the music is great, as all james bond music is, and the sounds work well. Your average shooter with the james bond theme, and keeps it exciting. Also noticed as it seems to me that as you get closer to completeing an objective the music gets mroe intense, but thats just me..very good here as well.
Suggestions: Next time make it a FPS, its ok, it dosen;t have to be a movie, just fun to play.

Overall: 90 %
Gameplay: 60 %
Graphics: 90 %
Sound: 90 %

Date reviewed: March 10, 2004.

Overall: I had heard that EA decided to change the 1st person view to 3rd person before i bought it... but i am a great fan of fps' games, and am not convinced that it was a smart change... there is alot of variety in this game, missions are small enough... but it boasts very good cut-scenes... it reminds me of EA's ''tomorrow never dies'', bond game, back on playstation... it is a difficult game to rate... it is very good in some ways... but repetative and not so good in others... overall it is a good game... and i think that it deserves 3.5
Gameplay: in this game, unlike nightfire... you cant jump up... you can roll and dive... but you cant jump over things... or up onto things.... so it feels a bit limited in that way... controls are easy enough to get used to, but i dont like the auto aim/ third person gameplay...one of the reasons why i like first person shooters is because... there is more skill involved... because you have to scan for your targets, and manually aim... and there is just more satisfaction in making a kill...but in this game, you just pull the left trigger, a big yellow circle appears on a target, which half the time is not the one that you wanted to shoot in the first place... and then you shoot... but it can also get frustrating... because sometimes there could be a person running at you, and you pull the trigger, and it aims at the wrong person... and while you are having the crap kicked out of you, you are trying to turn around to face him, so you can pull the trigger, and then s. but having said all that, this game boasts a very good driving system, great handeling, which can be a rarity in shooting games, and very nice looking cars... but multiplayer is a huge let down in this game, unlike nightfire, which was very good... this game is not... it just gets confusing, and i hate the auto aim!! it just doesnt work in multiplayer... it's a pity the game couldn't have included an alternative 1st person view... oh well......
Graphics: graphics are very good in this game... the cars are very shiny and reflective... character models are very good... and cut scenes are also very nice... i dont think there is anything wrong with the visuals, and they hold up well against the latest games
Sound: this game boasts the real james bond actors, including pierce brosnan... it also has all the music from the movies, and shots and explosions sound good.... overall, sounds good to me
Suggestions: please, go for an fps aporach!!!

Overall: 70 %
Gameplay: 60 %
Graphics: 80 %
Sound: 80 %

Date reviewed: February 21, 2004.

Overall: Everything or Nothing is the best Bond game on X-Box. The multiplayer is a lot more fun than previous games. EON is a must but for fans of shooters/racing.
Gameplay: The controls are great whether ur shooting/driving or fighting. The fighting could have had some more moves, but i like shooting more anyway. It a little easier to kill guys in EON than in Nightfire since the 3rd person u can lock on an enemy. It was a smart move 2 have the guys who made Need For Speed to help with the driving levels.
Graphics: a lot of the stars they created for this game really look like in real life. the maps, guns & cars also look pretty good.
Sound: all the stars lend their voices 4 this & i find that awesome. Pierce Brosan, William Dafoe, Shannon Elizabeth, Heidi Klum, Mya, John Cleese & Richard Kiel as Jaws all lend their voices.
Suggestions: XB live would b awesome.

Overall: 80 %
Gameplay: 90 %
Graphics: 80 %
Sound: 90 %

Date reviewed: February 20, 2004.

Overall: Compared to the other two Bond games which E.A. has released this bond game is easily the best. I personally thought the other two were total crap, lame boring and un-inspired. But 007 Everything or Nothing is a great game. Worth the rent and even worth the buy... Read on to see why. (Note, I hate E.A.'s guts)
Gameplay: It's a 3rd person shooter, and does a good job with it! At first i was surprised that they decided to go 3rd person. But it grows on you real fast. This game didn't necesarily need to be 3rd person, but it does help from time to time. Shooting the bad guys to death isn't as easy OR as hard as you would assume; thanks to some good aiming tecniques. Driving the cars and helicopter is pretty fun. This game incorporates a lot of "stratagy," as to weather you choose to use it is up to you! Multiplayer is great, very cool. You can fight any enemy any time, with punches, blocks counters, and more! I'm too lazy to type anymore...
Graphics: Despite being a PS2 port, the game looks pretty good. About !&%$@#* ing time E.A. put some work into one of their games. I'm so sick and tired of lazy game developers making !&%$@#* ty textures and models for the PS2. This game looks great!
Sound: Actually has the actors voices, Pierce Brosden, and "Q"... And that British Intel chick... Voice acting is good. Gun sounds are fine. Music is good. Nothing wrong here.
Suggestions: SUPPORT XBox more you E.A.-holes!

Overall: 90 %
Gameplay: 90 %
Graphics: 90 %
Sound: 70 %

James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing News

Everything or Nothing Gold
EAGames sends word: "We are proud to announce that James Bond 007™: Everything or Nothing™ has gone "Gold" on all three platforms: Sony PlayStation™ 2, Microsoft Xbox™, and Nintendo GameCube™. The game ships on February 17, 2004."

Mya Sings Bond.. James Bond That Is.
Mya will perform the original theme song, Everything or Nothing, for the latest videogame in the Bond franchise - James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing.

More Screenshots from Electronic Arts.
EA is pumping out the screenshots from CAMP EA. A lot of goodness from these EA titles. Too bad NONE are Xbox Live.

007 Will Be Himself in 007: EoN
EA unveils cast of the new videogame James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing.

007 Is Back
James Bond 007 is back and this time EA has him driving, flying and combating terrorism across the globe with adventures in such exotic locales as Peru, Moscow, New Orleans and Egypt. Oh boy, let's give EA a cookie!

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