The World is not Enough (N64) Reviews
Description:The World is not Enough is published by Electronic Arts and developed by Eurocom.
Newest Review: ... by Eurocom and so it is distinctively different. In the single player, playing as James Bond you battle your way through 15 ... more
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by - written on 14/04/01, updated on 14/04/01 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Brief me history…… no I'm not Bond!…. Read on Years ago, or just a lot of months I fell in Love with the game Goldeneye, I loved everything about it. Already an avid fan of bond, idolism and all of that, you know the kinda thing you wanna do when your big. Well this game really had the playability, the annoyance of completing missions, the joy or completing missions. Throwing the controller on the floor and swearing blind that there is no way you should have got mullered by the really piterful bloke that appeared from nowhere. The game's advantages were simple: It was new, I mean there were games that rivalled it but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/01, updated on 30/03/01 (Very useful, 122 readings)
James Bond is back on the N64, but where have Rare gone? The answer is that they've moved on and made way for another company called Eurocom. You're probably wondering if they can rival the almighty Rare. The answer is that they have had a really hard go at it. James Bond is still in first person shooter style. He still has all of his usual gadgets with added extras. For example Eurocom have made a meal out of his wrist watch, something Rare never really concentrated on. Mr. Bond's watch now has a grapple hook, which can be fired on to specific surfaces, ceilings etc. He also has a laser attached to it, and a stunning device. He even ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/01, updated on 08/08/01 (Very useful, 29 readings)
TWINE or The World Is Not Enough is a shoot-em-up based on the recent Bond movie of the same name. The game has a good single player option with a large and challenging array of levels. You get to play through some of the great bits of the movie, such as the ski chase. There are plenty of single player levels to keep you occupied. Many of them follow the movie. The graphics are impressive with some nice scenery and guns. Unfortunately is doesn’t have as much in it as Perfect Dark does. It is not made by Rare, which may explain this. The multiplayer is good but nothing special. By far the best bit of the game is skiing down the mountain blasting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/01, updated on 21/03/01 (Useful, 18 readings)
TWINE on the N64 is the best multiplayer I have ever played. You can actually play it on your own because the computer plays as your opponents or allies. There are 14 arenas of multiplayer fun so it will be a challenge to choose which arena to play. The scenarios types for multiplayer are the same as Goldeneye with some extra scenarios. The extra scenarios are capture the briefcase, king of the hill, team king of the hill and uplink. Here are some explanations of the scenarios I have mentioned. Capture the briefcase is the as capture the flag but you have to steal a briefcase and you must have both briefcases in your capture point at the same time. In king of the hill ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/01/01, updated on 09/01/01 (Useful, 78 readings)
In the beginning there was Goldeneye - far and away the best spy based shoot em up - a title it retains despite numerous clones (Rainbow 6 etc). Then Rare lost the 007 licence and produced the excellent Perfect dark. Now from EA we have The World Is Not Enough. Upon first play the user interface is very similar to Goldeneye as is the layout (down to having the same style 'mission briefings' from Q and M etc). Good use of speech is made in the first mission and the scene setting segments are excellent.The missions are early on, very straight forward, gradually increasing in difficulty as you progress. One criticism would be they are perhaps a little too easy ... Read the complete review
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