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The new James Bond game `Everything or Nothing` ships to stores throughout North America

17-Feb-2004 • Gaming

James Bond returns today in Electronic Arts` "007: Everything or Nothing", which has shipped to retail outlets nationwide in the USA and Canada under the EA GAMES brand. "Everything or Nothing" is a stunning mix of action, espionage and high-speed driving that marks Bond`s fifth mission for Electronic Arts.

The title is available for the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system from Sony, the Xbox video game system from Microsoft, and Nintendo GameCube.

Players will encounter dangerous villains, exotic locations, beautiful women, fast cars, and high-tech gadgetry. The original script by veteran Bond screenwriter Bruce Feirstein immerses the player in the world of James Bond. The real-time, cinematic action-adventure is set in a third-person view that showcases an all-star voice cast featuring Pierce Brosnan as James Bond, Judi Dench, Willem Dafoe, John Cleese, Richard "Jaws" Kiel, Heidi Klum, Mya, and Shannon Elizabeth.

All versions of the game feature both action and driving levels. The PlayStation 2 console version adds online play so that two agents can play together, a Bond franchise first (online play requires the PlayStation 2 console, a broadband connection, memory card and network adaptor for the PlayStation 2).

Officially licensed by MGM Interactive, "007: Everything or Nothing" was developed by EA Redwood Shores and EA Canada. The game is rated "T" (Teen) by the ESRB and has an MSRP of $49.95 on console platforms ($29.95 for Nintendo Game Boy Advance, which also is available).

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