5 The game is all you need for the man called Bondno1moviefan | 14/12/2010 | See all no1moviefan's reviews (17)I am no fan of any of the Bond films, as I've read the books and they're far better, but when I saw this game advertised in a game store, I simply had to give it a try, and I wanted to try something better than the disappointing Nightfire, another Bond game. This game was far superior on all levels.The third person design, (Nightfire was first person and nowhere near as good), was much better and the pacing was electrifying and you really felt as if you were taking part in an epic James Bond adventure. It was amazingly atmospheric, with some exhilirating levels, and a few spooky ones too; if you get it, watch out for the level when you are up against a cremator and it's set in a graveyard during a thunderstorm. Classic horror show stuff!There are a lot of levels as has already been pointed out in another review, but I think it only adds to the pleasure, it needs a lot of levels and they all feel different and they get tougher!! But it's a Bond game, it's meant to be tough!! Anyway, the final level is a real tough one and a worthy final challenge for a game such as this.As before, I have no time for any of the films, except for obviously Casino Royale, but this could be a great film if they were to adapt it and make into one, but maybe the game is all you need.I only ever owned two games when I had a PS2, The Getaway and this, and it's all I needed. This was almost as good as the Getaway, but The Getaway was totally different and darker. This however came a close runner up and it was well worth it. I played it several times and it never got tedious. If you ever fancied finding out what it's like to be James Bond, this is the game to get into.The game is all you need for the man called Bond.