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Submitted by rpcdrag0n 628d ago | review

007 Legends Review - The Digital Fix

A shot rang out... Fifty years ago when the first James Bond film Dr. No was released 007 hit a nerve - and not just with his karate chop. Ian Fleming the author and Albert Broccoli the movie producer created a specific notion of cold-war era Britishness via a stoic, determined and sometimes downright unpleasant character. Bond, for all of his foibles, will willingly suffer injury, hardship and the risk of sexually transmitted disease for Queen and Country: what a hero. (007 Legends, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 6/10

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