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Album name: James Bond 007 - Nightfire
Number of Files: 9
Total Filesize: 45.47 MB
Date added: Nov 10th, 2006
Released on: Playstation 2 Xbox Nintendo GameCube Game Boy Advance


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TrackSong NameMP3
1.paris by helicopter3:144.44 MB
2.rescuing nightshade2:313.45 MB
3.escape from drake's castle4:376.35 MB
4.enemies vanquished3:495.24 MB
5.ignore that sinking feeling5:357.67 MB
6.jungle assault3:405.04 MB
7.ultralight3:405.05 MB
8.the finger of death1:432.35 MB
9.mr bond, i presume (demo)4:175.89 MB
Total:33m 7s45 MB

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Submitted by Guest
Rating: 10/10
I like James Bond 007 Movies, Games and Music. I always have liked 007 movies, games and music.
Thank you for having the soundtracks.

Submitted by JonAri
Rating: 5/10
wish it had the theme song in it

Submitted by Guest
Rating: 5/10
Too bad this is incomplete. Missing a ton of songs!! Chain Reaction,CountD own Night Shift etc.


Platforms:PC, Mac
Publisher:Electronic Arts
Developer:Gearbox Software
Genres:3D Shooter / First-Person Shooter
Release Date:November 28, 2002
Game Modes:Singleplayer / Multiplayer

No deal, Mr. Bond.

Don’t let the James Bond license fool you into thinking Nightfire is a classy stealth game. It’s not, nor is it a very interesting shooter. For whatever it’s worth you do play as James Bond, Britain’s MI6 playboy superspy. James is sophisticated, suave and resourceful – or at least that’s how we remember him from the movies, since he’s none of these things in Nightfire. Here you play as a gun valet, a stunt double who shoots ridiculously unintelligent (even for a Bond game) enemies in uninteresting levels rife with buggy AI and a forgettable story stringing it all together.

Before starting your first mission, you’re treated to a very cool intro sequence. It’s a promising start that will have you expect a memorable cinematic adventure, but in actuality the nine missions are a clichéd collection of shooter romps. True, these are the clichés we’ve come to expect – guns, girls, even some gadgets – but they’re presented with a half-hearted yawn. Comparisons with No One Lives Forever are unavoidable, but the truth is that game pulled off this kind of spy gameplay with much more class.

The head of Britain’s secret service, M (obviously not voiced by Dame Judi Dench), has entreated you to investigate Rafael Drake, a slick industrialist and utterly forgettable evil super-genius who heads the Phoenix International Corporation. He’s acquired some nuclear missiles, but you’ll probably never really care. Nightfire isn’t big on coherent storytelling. What I do know is that you have to stop him by attending a fancy dress party, infiltrate his secret underwater lair, and predictably blast off into outer space for a final end-all battle.

You wield a variety of gadgets throughout the game, such as pen-darts, a laser-watch, and very cool X-ray specs. Including his trusty Wolfram P2K pistol (with optional silencer), Bond can carry up to four firearms at one time — machine guns, sniper rifles, missile launchers, and a massive shoulder cannon among them. You can also load up on frag and flashbang grenades, tripmines, and body armor. You’ll find the latter lying on desks or in stairwells, and sometimes inside padlocked chests and lockers that can be broken into using your laser watch.

S o what is there to like about Nightfire? Well, if it was a movie, the set design would win an Oscar. Well, if it was a movie, the set design would win an Oscar. Missions take place in a variety of minutely detailed environments, from a countryside paper-walled Japanese estate to cluttered rocket-ship hangars to Drake’s opulent chandeliered. Download the game James Bond 007 NightFire USA ISO for Nintendo GameCube / NGC. Free and instant download. James Bond 007 NightFire ISO Nintendo Gamecube / GC GCN NGC ISOs How to Play this Game?

Objectives are relayed to you by M or by lovely allies like the alluring Alura McCall and secret agent Zoe Nightshade, a holdover from Agent Under Fire, a console game that never made its way to the PC. Unfortunately, these goals — blowing up a computer, setting charges on the base of a bridge, and so on — seem pretty straightforward and arbitrary. You have a license to kill, but little license to exercise creative problem-solving as you would in NOLF or Splinter Cell.

So what is there to like about Nightfire? Well, if it was a movie, the set design would win an Oscar. Missions take place in a variety of minutely detailed environments, from a countryside paper-walled Japanese estate to cluttered rocket-ship hangars to Drake’s opulent chandeliered inner sanctum. A few sequences showed promise, such as one part where you’re trapped inside a dangling elevator and have to snipe enemies before they can shoot through the cable that’s holding you up. A few levels do offer some passable stealth, and the game can be fun.

The appeal of a James Bond game, Bond being Bond, is in the rendered cinematics: trading double-entendres with the ladies, parachuting out of danger, and driving your Q-rigged Aston Martin. Unfortunately, a driving mode was jettisoned from Nightfire’s PC version. What’s left – a half-hearted shooter peppered with cosmetic spy gadgetry and questionable AI – can’t begin to help this game.

System Requirements: Pentium 700 MHz, 128 MB RAM, 675 MB HDD, Win98

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