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Daniel Craig yet to play `Quantum of Solace` videogame

01-Jan-2009 • Gaming

Daniel Craig is desperate to play the latest James Bond computer game. The 40-year-old actor - who recently starred as the British spy in 'Quantum of Solace' - admits he is keen to get to grips with the video game based on the film, but has so far been too busy, reports STV.

He said: "I haven't had time to play the game yet but I have seen that it is very impressive. I'll get around to it soon, not that I'm very good at that kind of thing."

Daniel voices the character of Bond in the game.

The actor - who can soon be seen playing one of three Jewish brothers who escapes Nazi-occupied Poland in new drama 'Defiance' - recently revealed he is planning to take some time out from making movies.

When questioned about his future plans, he explained: "Taking a holiday. All I want to do is take a holiday at the moment."

Daniel has previously admitted he loves being an actor because he can don different costumes and take on new personas.

He said: "You get into acting for the chase. It's dressing up and showing off. Let's be honest about it, at its basic level."

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