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James Bond 007
James Bond 007

Publisher: Parker Bros
Platform: 2600
Release Date: 1983 (US)
James Bond
James Bond

Publisher: Capcom
Platform: C64
Release Date: 1984 (US)
007: License To Kill
007: License To Kill

Publisher: Domark
Platform: PC
Release Date: Apr 20, 1989 (US)
James Bond: The Stealth
James Bond: The Stealth Affair

Publisher: Capcom
Platform: AMI
Release Date: 1990 (US)
James Bond Jr.
James Bond Jr.

Publisher: Capcom
Platforms: NES | SNES
Release Date: 1992 (US)
James Bond: The Duel
James Bond: The Duel

Publisher: Domark
Platforms: Genesis | Sega Master System
Release Date: 1993 (EU) (EU)
Goldeneye
GoldenEye 007

Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: N64
Release Date: Aug 25, 1997 (US)
GoldenEye is the type of game N64 owners have been waiting for since they finished Mario 64.
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5.7
mediocre
007 Tomorrow Never Dies
007: Tomorrow Never Dies

Publisher: EA Sports
Platform: PS
Release Date: Nov 16, 1999 (US)
Tomorrow Never Dies isn't a particularly bad game, but it's definitely one you might want to consider renting instead of buying.
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7.4
good
World Is Not Enough
The World is not Enough

Publisher: Electronic Arts
Platforms: PlayStation | Game Boy Color | Nintendo 64
Release Date: Nov 1, 2000 (US)
The World Is Not Enough provides an engaging experience but fails to match the gameplay finesse of GoldenEye.
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5.3
mediocre
007 Racing
007 Racing

Publisher: Electronic Arts
Platform: PS
Release Date: Nov 20, 2000 (US)
Overall, 007 Racing isn't polished enough to fill the needs of objective-based driving game fans.
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6.8
fair
007: Agent Under Fire
James Bond 007 in Agent Under Fire

Publisher: Electronic Arts
Platforms: PlayStation 2 | Xbox | GameCube
Release Date: 2002 (US)
Agent Under Fire isn't a horrible game, but its lackluster level design, poor enemy AI, and easy level of difficulty pile up to detract from what it does offer greatly.
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6.8
fair
007: Agent Under Fire
James Bond 007: Agent Under Fire

Publisher: Electronic Arts
Platforms: PlayStation 2 | Xbox | GameCube
Release Date: Mar 13, 2002 (US)
Agent Under Fire isn't a horrible game, but its lackluster level design, poor enemy AI, and easy level of difficulty pile up to greatly detract from what it does offer.
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7.9
good
007: NightFire
James Bond 007: NightFire

Publisher: Electronic Arts
Platforms: PC | PlayStation 2 | Xbox Best | GameCube | Game Boy Advance
Release Date: Nov 18, 2002 (US)
While NightFire is hurt by its relatively short length, the game's single-player mode is well constructed, and its multiplayer mode is good too.
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7.1
good
007 Everything / Nothing
James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing

Publisher: EA Games
Platforms: PlayStation 2 | Xbox | GameCube | Game Boy Advance
Release Date: Nov 17, 2003 (US)
Everything or Nothing is a brief yet satisfying action game that faithfully captures the look and feel of a typical James Bond movie.
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6.3
fair
GoldenEye: Rogue Agent
GoldenEye: Rogue Agent

Publisher: EA Games
Platforms: PlayStation 2 | Xbox | GameCube | DS
Release Date: Nov 22, 2004 (US)
An uninteresting story and lackluster gameplay, both online and off, leaves Rogue Agent feeling rather flat.
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7.0
good
From Russia With Love
From Russia With Love

Publisher: Electronic Arts
Platforms: PlayStation 2 | PSP | Xbox | GameCube
Release Date: Nov 1, 2005 (US)
Inspired by the 1963 movie of the same name, From Russia with Love lets you play as the classic James Bond as portrayed by Sean Connery. You can drive in classic cars and use upgradeable weapons and gadgetry to complete the game's nonlinear missions.
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GoldenEye 007

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