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Submitted by Phil32 981d ago | opinion piece

Top Five James Bond Games

SuperPhillip Central writes, "The 23rd installment in the longest-running movie franchise has breached theaters in the U.K., and many are calling it a grand film. In celebration of that and the 50th anniversary of James Bond, comes what I call the five best James Bond video games on the market. Trust me -- this will be a better ode to Bond than 007 Legends, though that shouldn't be too arduous of a mission anyway. So lock and load your Walther PPK, take your drink shaken and not stirred, and get ready for these five terrific Bond games." (007: Agent Under Fire, GameCube, Goldeneye 007, James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing, PS2, Retro, Wii, Xbox)

ab5olut10n  +   981d ago
Everything or Nothing was hella fun.
Tokyo_reject  +   981d ago
Im not a video game hipster or anything.....but the only good 007 game was Golden Eye ^^

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