MyGaming's Jeremy Proome writes: "With 007 Legends being a bit of a mixed-bag in terms of international reviews scores, we sat around wondering why Mr. Bond just can’t seem to find his feet in the video game world."
lol, it's nice that the crappy 007 Legends has everyone instead recommending 007 Everything or Nothing, Golden Eye and Blood Stone.
But Nightfire for the PS2 is definitely better than Goldeneye. Anyone who disagrees is either a blind N64 fanboy or someone whom has never played Nightfire to its fullest extent.
To be honest, Goldeneye was only good when it released. It doesn't hold up well at all. Nightfire had awesome multiplayer modes but the single-player was quite bland. I thought Nightfire was the perfect evolution of the MP that started in Goldeneye, though. And 007 Everything or Nothing was just like the pinnacle of everything Bond. To me it was the perfect Bond game combining everything that worked and left out everything that didn't. It was extremely hard but had a ton of replayability and stuff to unlock (slo-motion driving FTW). 007 Blood Stone was okay but I was disappointed that they removed the fighting system, you just tapped a button and Daniel Craig did a pre-choreographed fight for you. No skill required. The graphics were good and the driving scenes were okay. It would be awesome if we could get all the gameplay mechanics from Everything or Nothing but the PVP multiplayer from Nightfire.
Nightfire is another good one.
I recommend 007 Racing, its an awesome Bond/Race game.
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