007Gaming reports on what you can expect later this
year in the next Bond game by EA - "Everything
"Everything or Nothing" Preview
11th May 2003
Hot off the press following yesterday's announcement that
the title of the next Bond gaming adventure will be "Everything
or Nothing", 007Gaming files this report on what you
can expect from EA later this year.
Brosnan, Pierce Brosnan
The first exciting announcement came with news that Pierce
Brosnan will lend his voice as well as his likeness to the
upcoming Bond game 'Everything or Nothing'.
Many fans felt disappointed that Bond's "Pierce Brosnan"
model in EA's latest game "NightFire", was voiced
by an actor and not Brosnan himself.
reported back in February, EA hoped to have more involvement
from Brosnan with the next game, and their wish has come
true with "Everything or Nothing".
Fans will also see the return of some familiar faces from
previous games and also a range of new Bond girls and villains.
The original script is being written by three-times
Bond movie scribe Bruce Feirstein, and will contain
locales from four continents including the French Quarter
of New Orleans, a mountain fortress in Peru, a secret facility
in Egypt, Red Square in Moscow and the Valley of the Kings
Strategy, Stealth & Action
The gameplay will involve much more interaction with the environments
than seen in any Bond game before - the player will be able to
use objects such as bottles, chairs and tools as weapons and will
feature exciting hand-to-hand combat with enemies for the first
For those who prefer stealth than brute force, nothing is being
left out in "Everything or Nothing"... Bond will be
able to sneak into disguises, use cover and distract guards to
try and outsmart the enemy. 007 will also have the ability to
rappel up or down any wall in the game, and will not be restricted
with the Q-Claw like in previous gaming adventures "NightFire"
and "Agent Under Fire".
Other new features will include two-player co-op missions,
never seen in a Bond game before, and four-player multi-player
arena modes which will feature many different playable characters
to choose from.
"NightFire" paved some way into recreating the
legendary multi-player battles of the immensely popular
Rage title "GoldenEye", and "Everything or
Nothing" is set to make more headway with these new
Much like the famous "GoldenEye" N64 game, "Everything
or Nothing" will feature seamless transitions between missions,
from on-foot exploration to controlling interactive vehicles such
as cars, motorcycles, helicopters, tanks and more!
Once fans have completed the game a clever reward system is in
place to unlock new enhancements such as new weapons and gadgets.
Along with the Co-op and multi-player missions, "Everything
or Nothing" promises to be the best Bond game yet.
The game is due out this autumn and is being developed at EA
Redwood Shores where the production is currently underway.
Title: "James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing"
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Developer: EA Redwood Studios
Expected: Autumn 2003
Platforms: PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, Gameboy Advance