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"James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing" is a video game released for the Gameboy Advance console in 2003 by EA Games. It is based on the popular "James Bond" action hero. In the United States, the game received a rating of "T" by the ESRB panel which deemed it suitable for teenage years and above due to its violent content. The gameplay pits James Bond against Dr. Diavolo. Beginning in a collapsing building, Bond must first escape and receive information from M regarding what has just happened. It is revealed that Diavolo has been involved with nanotechnology theft and plans world domination through nano enhanced soldiers. It is up to Bond to stop this from happening. The game features 12 missions which are each based in geographically realistic cities. Bond must gather clues from these cities in aims of destroying Diavolo's plans. Each missions features a set requirement which tends to involve object gathering or elimination of a certain amount of enemies. While Bond has access to a healthy amount of pistols, machine guns and gadgets, Bond must use his stealth so as to not alert other enemies in the area of his presence. The player will find him or herself quite easily navigating throughout the levels without having any unnecessary enemy encounter. The game features some difficulty in that one must exercise restraint in enemy confrontations. It is much like Konami's Metal Gear Solid in that firing a weapon will attract excessive attention from the enemy and could lead to Bond's early demise. The graphics are presented from an isometric perspective which focuses on James Bond. Each of the characters features acceptable amounts of detailing but are not particularly noteworthy in their appearance. While each character reflects his or her intended appearance, for example Bond sports a fancy suit and black hair, the finer details are missing. These details are supplemented by the excellent soundtrack. Voice snippets are inserted throughout play and are taken directly from the appropriate voice; for example M as Dame Judi Dench. Overall, Everything or Nothing is not an extensive play and can be completely in a relatively short period of time. Nonetheless it is a good game for the brief duration it lasts, and I would recommend it to prospective buyers.