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Revenge of A License: A View to A Kill

Michael Crisman writes, "While Goldeneye on the Nintendo 64 is likely the first title to pop to mind when someone brings up James Bond video games, it’s far from the first game to make use of the license. And while A View to a Kill doesn’t hold this distinction either (that goes to the more simply-named James Bond 007 on the Atari 2600), it does hold the title for earliest home computer version of a Bond adventure. Starting on June 7th, 1985 ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64 owners in the UK could don the tuxedo of Ian Flemming’s infamous secret agent for the first time. And surprisingly enough, for a licensed title it’s not that bad."

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