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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 905d ago | review

StructureGaming: 007 Legends Review

StructureGaming: With the 50th anniversary of James Bond this year, Eurocom and Activision released 007 Legends. Taking a cue from Goldeneye Reloaded, 007 Legends brings 5 classic Bond films to the gaming world. Those films being Goldfinger, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, License to Kill, Die Another Day and Moonraker. A 6th film is also in the works via DLC, which is set to be Skyfall. The Skyfall DLC however, won’t be released until mid-November. One key aspect that Bond fans will immediately notice, is that Eurocom took one film from each Bond actor. Sadly though, instead of being portrayed by their respective actors, they are all portrayed by a 3D model of Daniel Craig. While I am a huge fan of Craig’s Bond, not everybody seems to agree and it is incredibly odd to see Craig in the place of Sean Connery during the iconic scene in Goldfinger. (007 Legends, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 2/5

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