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Submitted by kragg 958d ago | review

007 Legends Review | Splitkick.com

Splitkick: There’s something consistently appealing to me about James Bond as a videogame license. Goldeneye always gets brought up in discussions about the history of 007 in games, but I’ve played plenty beyond the realm of Rare’s classic. The grossly underrated Everything or Nothing. The Bizarre Creations-ending but still pretty good Blood Money. Been there, done that, got the achievements. It’s also taken me into some decidedly less enjoyable territory. (007 Legends, PC, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360) 4/10

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