JAMES BOND 007: NIGHTFIRE review for PlayStation 2 - CGR Undertow
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James Bond 007: Nightfire - PlayStation 2

Lord Karnage will describe this when he's good and ready!! All hail Lord Karnage, the Vectrex and his magic El Camino.
  • Release date: 2002
  • Genre: First Person Shooter
  • Developer: Eurocom
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Rating: Teen (T)
  • Players: 1-4 Players
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A very top game. The multiplayer is the heart of this game. Whether playing against bots or friends, hours of fun can be found with Nightfire, no burning required. Ah ah see what I did there? No? Darn. Anyway, very fun game. Lots of selection in terms of characters and modes. Favourite thing to do is playing against my fiancee and 4 bots and turning the ninja to full aggression. Haha fun times.

Nightfire is a solid game that tries to get the James Bond feel and it mostly succeeded. The Single-Player Campaign is great in the first half, however half way it becomes something else that gets boring. The real meat though is in the Multiplayer, with so many options to pick from, you'll be kept busy with this. Since this game has A.I Bots, you don't need a second player either(Although it does add to the fun.) Overall, Nightfire is an awesome game and a nice alternative to Goldeneye.

Good review

I liked this Bond game better than the other one on PS2 because the controls aren't as bad and graphics are great.


JAMES BOND 007: NIGHTFIRE review for PlayStation 2
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