James Bond 007: Everything Or Nothing (2004)
James Bond 007™: Everything or Nothing™ delivers
non-stop, Hollywood-style action and excitement from start
to finish. It's everything you want from Bond... and this
time you're in complete control. Think like Bond, using
espionage, tactical skills, and Q-Lab gadgets to quickly
get a read on every situation. Act like Bond, using your
stylish physical skills and bold personality to once again
save the world. With every Bond moment played out in an
all-new, third-person cinematic perspective, this action-packed
adventure is everything you want from a 007 blockbuster
and more!Everything's at stake, and you are in complete
control... you are Bond.
Writer: Bruce Feirstein
Producers: Scot Bayless, Scott Bandy, Joe Rush
Art Direction: Jay Riddle
Music: Sean Callery, Jeff Tymoschuk
What would James Bond do? That’s the question players
will answer in every dramatic moment of James Bond 007: Everything
or Nothing, as the world’s greatest secret agent returns
in his fifth interactive adventure under the EA GAMES™ brand.
First, you will think like Bond, using espionage, tactical skills,
and gadgets from the Q-Lab to analyze your situation. Then you
will act like Bond, using his stylish physical skills, clever
subterfuge, and bold personality to once again save the world.
Finally, you will see every Bond moment from the new third person
perspective that shows the Hollywood cast playing out a real-time
cinematic action adventure that could only come from the world
of James Bond.
Returning as James Bond is Pierce Brosnan, who will lend his
cyberscanned likeness and voice to the character. The rest of
the cast will include new Bond girls as well as old and new Bond
villains. The original script will take players through exciting
locales in four continents including the Valley of the Kings in
Egypt and the French Quarter in New Orleans.
To play out the challenge of thinking and acting like Bond, players
will make choices ranging from direct confrontation to subtle
misdirection when interacting with enemies. When it comes time
for combat, Bond can engage in hand-to-hand fighting, using objects
from game environments as weapons, as well as accessing a guns
and gadgets. The discerning player, however, may find a multitude
of different options ranging from disguise to distracting guards
to using cover -- and using these Bond-style tactics to outsmart
the bad guys will reward the player with special enhancements
including Q-Lab gadgetry.
Other new features include two-player co-op missions and four-player
multiplayer arena modes, all set in third person views and featuring
multiple playable characters.
"With everything at stake,
the world calls on Bond."
- New third person perspective that showcases Pierce Brosnan
as James Bond.
- Multiple ways to complete missions, with player rewards for
completing objectives with Bond style by using disguise to temporarily
take the identity of a defeated foe, misdirection, and other
spy tactics rather than brute force.
- New over the top hand-to-hand fighting that includes the
use of environmental objects such as bottles, chairs, tools,
- Original single player storyline that immerses the player
in the world of James Bond with classic villains, exotic locations,
beautiful girls, fast cars, and high-tech gadgetry.
- Missions that span exotic locales in four continents, including
the French Quarter of New Orleans, a mountain fortress in Peru,
a secret facility in Egypt, and Red Square in Moscow.
- Seamless transitions from on-foot exploration to piloting
interactive vehicles including cars, motorcycles, helicopters,
- Over 20 weapons and gadgets including the ability to rappel
up or down any wall.
- New third person multiplayer modes including two-player co-op
missions and arena-style combat with up to four players.
Back Cover Blurb
Once you've experienced the latest James Bond action-adventure on
PlayStation®2, take your well-honed spy skills online with the
PlayStation®2 Network Adaptor and a broadband connection.
James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing features 13 2-player co-op
missions (only available in North America) along with an unlockable
4-person arena-style death mode. Players can choose to play the
only co-op missions in any order, regardless of whether they've
been unlocked in the offline game.
- Get competitive at any level. Whether you're new to online
gaming or a seasoned pro, EA's partner search tool instantly
matches you up with the type of competition you're looking for.
- Create rivalries and friendships. Keep track of your friends
and favourite competitors by using the EA's Messenger service.
- Full-screen gameplay. Compete from your homestead without
having to use only half or a quarter of the screen to participate.
- Online play supports a USB keyboard and a headset for voice
- Co-Op Race: Who is the fastest, most accurate agent in 007:
Everything or Nothing history?
Players are evaluated by how long it takes to get through the
game. Time bonuses are incurred for “kills” along
the way, and penalties are incurred for player “deaths”.
Kill or be killed – but do it fast.
- Custom Mode: Set your own parameters for scoring: hand-to-hand,
weapons, disarms, stealth, and penalties for player deaths.
Each player has a separate score, and players can target and
harm each other.
- Statistics for players accumulated online during regular co-op
and co-op race modes will be tracked and viewable from the online
lobby and the official website, 007.ea.com.
- General stats will be available for different levels played,
including the following: number of kills, player deaths, accuracy,
efficiency, # of games played, ratio of kills to deaths.
Briefing (GameBoy Advance)
Total Bond Control... in 3rd-Person
With total control over the world’s greatest secret agent,
choose from multiple ways to accomplish each mission, and earn
rewards for completing objectives with style rather than brute
Stellar Bond Cast
Pierce Brosnan is James Bond. Also featuring Willem Dafoe as Bond’s
new nemesis, Nikolai Diavolo, John Cleese as “Q”,
and Judi Dench as “M”. Plus the return of Richard
Kiel as Jaws, Heidi Klum as all-new Bond girl Katya Nadanova,
and Mya Harrison as agent Starling.
Nobody Does It Better
Employ espionage, tactical skills, and Q-Lab gadgets to analyze
every situation; master an over-the-top hand-to-hand fighting
system; and dispatch your enemies with a variety of useful objects.
Exclusive Game Boy Advance Content
- This companion version to James Bond 007: Everything
or Nothing on the next-generation consoles features an
original parallel storyline with a Hollywood cast.
- Cross over to new exotic locales for explosive action
on foot and behind the wheel as you race to accomplish
an entirely new set of missions.
- When escape seems nearly impossible, choose from a wide
array of hi-tech Q-Branch gadgetry, including devices
exclusively for the Game Boy Advance version of the game.
Exclusive Multiplayer Features
- All-out, arena-style combat with up to four players
-- use the Game Boy Advance Game Link cable to hook up
with friends on other Game Boy Advance systems.
- Multiple game modes and new maps featuring both co-operative
and competitive play.
Special Link Features
- Link up with James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing
on Nintendo GameCube™ to access exclusive features,
including mini-games, gadget upgrades, and maps previously
unavailable on the Game Boy Advance version.
- When you link your Game Boy Advance game to your Nintendo
GameCube™, your Game Boy becomes a “Q-Transceiver”,
a device which provides assistance throughout your mission.
GameBoy Advance - Japan
GameBoy Advance - USA
Press Release - PlayStation
2 / Xbox / GameCube
Chertsey, UK - May 12, 2003 - Electronic Arts (NASDAQ: ERTS)
today announced an extension of the relationship with MGM
Interactive and Danjaq LLC to extend the exclusive worldwide
rights to develop, publish and distribute the ongoing series
of interactive games based on the world-renowned James Bond
franchise. The agreement, for one of the most popular video
game licenses in history, will be continued until 2010.
The agreement allows EA to create games based on the world
of James Bond, including the entire library of Ian Fleming
books, the existing 20 feature films produced by MGM and
Danjaq and all new James Bond films released during the
term of the agreement.
EA also announced details about the next Bond game: James
Bond 007: Everything or Nothing, which is scheduled for
a Winter 2003 release. The game's unique storyline features
James Bond driving, flying and combating terrorism across
the globe with adventures in such exotic locales as Peru,
Moscow, New Orleans and Egypt. The fifth in EA's Bond series,
the game is in development for the PlayStation®2 computer
entertainment system, the XboxTM video game system from
Microsoft, Nintendo GameCubeTM and Nintendo Game Boy®
Advance. The game will be unveiled this week at the Electronic
Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles.
Following the successes of James Bond 007TMin... Agent
Under FireTM and James Bond 007TM: NightFireTM, James Bond
007: Everything or Nothing marks the third video game in
the celebrated Bond series to feature an original storyline.
"EA produces some of the most popular and exciting
video game titles on the market today," said Travis
Rutherford, Senior Vice President of MGM Consumer Products
and Interactive. "There's no better partner to carry
on the Bond legacy in the interactive space."
"James Bond is one of the most popular and enduring
figures in the history of video games," said EA President
and Chief Operating Officer John Riccitiello. "The
action and intrigue of the James Bond character is a perfect
fit for the interactive genre and the generation that loves
video games. This agreement guarantees that the Bond world
- all the characters, gadgets and action - will continue
to thrill players on this generation of video game console
technology and the next."
"Our hands-on process in collaborating with EA every
step of the way - throughout production, marketing, and
the sales cycle - ensures that we create compelling, world-class
product for the interactive video game marketplace,"
said Neil Haldar, Vice President of Production and Business
Development of MGM Interactive. "We are extremely pleased
to continue this successful partnership with EA for a long
time to come."
"EA's development team enjoys a reputation for understanding
and working closely with the film and television industries,"
said David Pope, Chief Operating Officer of Danjaq LLC.
"This knowledge and experience has been essential in
carrying the essence and integrity of the Bond franchise
into the video game arena."
Last year, James Bond 007: NightFire was among the top
10 best sellers worldwide on both the PlayStation®2
console and XboxTM.
Press Release - Casting
Chertsey, UK – Electronic Arts (Nasdaq: ERTS)
announced today the cast for the upcoming videogame James
Bond 007TM: Everything or NothingTM under the EA GAMES brand.
Pierce Brosnan as James Bond 007 leads a stellar cast of
talent that includes both actors reprising their Bond film
roles and actors creating new roles specifically created
for the game.
Returning along with Pierce Brosnan in their film roles
are John Cleese as "Q", Dame Judi Dench as "M",
and Richard Kiel as legendary henchman Jaws. In the role
of Bond's new nemesis Nikolai Diavolo is Willem Dafoe, joined
by Shannon Elizabeth as new cyber Bond girl Serena St. Germaine
and Heidi Klum as the malevolent Katya Nadanova. All cast
members will contribute voiceover for their roles as well
as accurate likenesses provided through EA's electronic
"I look forward to returning as James Bond in Everything
or Nothing," said Mr. Brosnan. "Playing the role
in the interactive realm lets me bring my interpretation
of the character to a new generation of Bond fans."
In James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing, players will
answer the question: "What would James Bond do?"
as they encounter classic villains, exotic locations, beautiful
women, fast cars, and high-tech gadgetry. The original script
from veteran Bond screenwriter Bruce Feirstein immerses
the player in the world of James Bond with missions that
span exotic locales in four continents, all set in a third
person view that showcases the Hollywood cast playing out
a real-time cinematic action adventure.
PlayStation 2 - Japan
PlayStation 2 - France (prototype)
PlayStation 2 - Germany
Above: Cover art for
the European Microsoft Xbox and Nintendo GameCube releases.
The estimated production budget was $3,000,000.
The company that Harry Saltzman and Albert R. Broccoli, the original
producers of the James Bond series, set up to produce the films
was called "Eon", which was rumored to be an acronym
for "Everything or Nothing." However, sources inside
the Bond camp over the years have denied that "Eon"
stood for anything.
This game featured the long awaited return of Jaws, a villain
from The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and Moonraker (1979).
In the "Mardi Gras Mayhem" level, at the beginning
part when you are driving to the park to meet Mya pay attention
to the buildings on the road, one of them is a Phoenix Corporation
building (from Nightfire). Similar to the Malprave Industries
(from Agent Under Fire) boat in Nightfire.
After Bond has tried to save 003 he returns to his safe house
and 003's bike is parked in the yard (it was not there before).
003 cannot move the bike as he is dead, but Q says that 003 did
park the bike.
|James Bond 007: Alles Oder Nichts
|James Bond 007: Todo O Nada
|James Bond 007: Quitte Ou Double
James Bond: "Nice day for a drive. Why don't you show me
James Bond: [rescuing a goon from a burning car crash] "I
don't think you have the burning desire to kiss your life goodbye."
Q: "Congratulations. You saved the girl, and destroyed most
of my equipment. I hope you're happy, 007."
James Bond: "Better than saving the equipment then losing
the girl, don't you agree?"
Q: "Oh, 007, I give up."
French Quarter in New Orleans; a mountain fortress in Peru; a
secret facility in Egypt; and Red Square in Moscow.
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2004 saw the release of the most cinematic James Bond videogame to date. MI6 looks back at the storyline to Pierce Brosnan's final digital adventure
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MI6 takes a look back at the GameBoy Advance version of the 2004 James Bond videogame Everything Or Nothing
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