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Agent Under Fire


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ESRB Rating: Teen Genre: Action/ The first-person action title 007: Agent Under Fire delivers missions and levels filled with a well-balanced mixture of action and stealth, as well as a headlong driving mode. This being Bond, the game includes tons of techno gadgets and sophisticated spy craft. Agent Under Fire offers an immersive experience built specially for the GameCube, and a story line that builds on the Bond legacy with a combination of new and familiar villains and allies. The action takes place in fantastic, detailed 3-D environments seen through the eyes of Bond. The game is intended for up to four players. Product Description The whiplash speed of the new EA Bond title will leave you shaken but not stirred as it rips onto the GameCube system. Driven by a completely new and original story line, 007: Agent Under Fire delivers a red-hot first-person action title that mixes a dizzying array of missions and levels with furious action and stealth tactics. The cutting-edge driving action will make your heart pump and the state-of-the-art gadgets and sophisticated spy-craft will satisfy the most diehard of Bond fans. Review Who'd have thought that the exploits of a secret agent could be so underwhelming? Agent Under Fire isn't exactly boring. In fact, the first time you play you're sure to be impressed by the suave looks and immaculate presentation. But it soon becomes clear that this is no sophisticated vintage Bond homage. Instead, it's a fleetingly entertaining blast that just happens to feature a famous British secret agent--which isn't to say that there aren't enjoyable elements here. There're a couple of Crazy Taxi-influenced levels that work well, as well as some mildly diverting "on-rails" shooter stages. There are clever gadgets to amuse yourself with, as well as frequent set pieces in the form of "Bond moves" that will delight the casual fan. But more experienced players will find the lack of depth here distressing. The real problem, though, is the "intelligence" of the enemies. These are the dumbest bad guys you'll ever encounter in a video game. Coupled with the unerring accuracy of your auto aim, you could complete much of the game blindfolded. Consequently, it's difficult to feel much satisfaction, even upon saving the world. The developers have at least made an effort with different styles of play and a decent multiplayer mode, but Agent Under Fire is (at best) a goodish game in a genre full of great alternatives. --Steve Colton --

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UPC Number: 01463314436

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