|Release date:||27 November 2002|
The world's no.1 spy is back in an all-new adventure.
NightFire pits 007 against the popular environmentalist Raphael Drake who is secretly bent on world domination (of course). Track Drake across the globe and beyond through a series of nerve-wracking first-person missions and intense driving sections, each calling upon all your HM Secret Service skills to ensure you may be shaken, but not stirred. Utilise inventive Q-lab gadgets and exercise your License to Kill via a variety of weapons in order to put an end to Drake's nefarious plans and once again save the world for Queen and country.
NightFire follows hot on the heels of Bond's previous PS2 mission Agent Under Fire, and once again Electronic Arts has delivered an original Bond story that shows the movies a thing or two about action. As Commander Bond you'll need to be on your toes as you pursue Drake to the depths of the South Pacific, the snowy peaks of the Austrian Alps and beyond into the reaches of outer space. Bond wouldn't be Bond if along the way you didn't have close encounters with a bevy of stunning women and your fair share of evil henchmen, and NightFire doesn't disappoint. You'll also see the handsome features of Pierce Brosnan staring back at you as NightFire features the scanned likeness of the Irish actor. Don't get distracted by that though as the fate of the planet rests in your hands, not his (the big show-off).
As well as the thrilling single-player game, the four-player split screen mode makes a welcome return allowing would-be 00 agents the chance to try out some Kiss-Kiss Bang-Bang on their friends. With all the action, all the romance and all the far-flung locations that made James Bond a household name, Nightfire is the closest thing to slipping on that tuxedo yourself. "Do I expect you to talk? No Mr Bond, I expect you to play".
- Sneak, drive and shoot your way through 10 exotic locations
- An original storyline in the tradition of Ian Fleming's suave hero
- Familiar Q-lab gadgets return such as the Q-laser as well as all new hi-tech gadgetry
- Heart-pounding multiplayer split-screen mode for budding agents and villains
- James Bond now looks just like his movie incarnation, Pierce Brosnan