007 Tomorrow Never Dies (PS) Reviews
Description:Manufacturer: Electronic Arts / Shooter / Rating: T - (Teen) / Published by: EA - Electronic Arts / Expectations ran high for this game, due to its exciting, eponymous movie and the exceptional Nintendo 64 James Bond game GoldenEye 007. And while this game ... more
007 Tomorrow Never Dies (PS) ... presents the variety and intrigue one would expect from the beloved licensed-to-kill, martini-sippin' spy, it would have benefited from a bit more polishing. Don't expect this game to be on par with the games and movies that preceded it. In fact, if you're looking for a GoldenEye-like experience for the PlayStation, you'd be much better off with the WWII period piece, Medal of Honor.
Newest Review: ... of other similarly themed spy games like the brilliant Syphon Filter. Needless to say, the resulting game isn't so good. The ... more
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Customer 007 Tomorrow Never Dies (PS) Reviews (2)
by - written on 17/01/10 (Very useful, 3 readings)
Tomorrow Never Dies is a truly baffling game that attempts to mooch off the success of the brilliant FPS Goldeneye by...not being an FPS! You'd think the critical acclaim and general fanfare around Goldeneye would be enough for the developers to stick with formula, but instead they have attempted a third-person effort to replicate the success of other similarly themed spy games like the brilliant Syphon Filter. Needless to say, the resulting game isn't so good. The game has you attempting to take down a crazy media mogul, Elliot Carver, who is attempting to instigate a war between China and the U.S. for his own financial benefit. The various levels have you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/08 (Very useful, 16 readings)
It was with Rareware that James Bond finally found a company who could produce a great game based on his likeness for the N64 in the game based on the film "Goldeneye" and whenever I heard that they had been dumped in favour of EA for the playstation version I must say I was more than concerned for the quality of game we were about to recieve. Should I have been? Well the answer is yes, not a catergoric yes but a yes none the less. They decided to drpo the 1st person shooter idea that was so wondefully done on the N64 and went for a more imaginitve 3rd person game introducing the opportunity to take Bond on the road in cars and stuff. The ... Read the complete review