James Bond for Game Cube

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by LarryDavenport, Apr 3, 2002.

  1. LarryDavenport

    LarryDavenport Cinematographer

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    I rented this over the weekend and will probably buy it payday.

    Anyone know how to defeat Bloch (?) when he's flying around with the jet pack?
     
  2. Dave Bennett

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    I should tell you that: You're on the last level. Just wanted to point that out if that would influence your buying decision. The game is short but I found it fun and the multiplayer is a blast.

    Anyhow, to beat Bloch, use the SSR-4000 Sniper rifle. Snipe him and strafe. He'll fly away through an opening and you'll have to jetpack up and climb up a ramp. Then a CG will occur, after you regain control DON'T MOVE AT ALL(you'll die if you do). Just hit him once withe the MRL-22 and you've won the game.
     
  3. Donnie Eldridge

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    Just out of curiousity, how many hours of gameplay are we talking about here?
     
  4. LarryDavenport

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    I got to that point in the game (in Agent mode) after about 22 hours (spread over 5 days). The first 4 (or 5) missions I easily got Gold, got silver on the next 2 levels, and barely qualified the last few. I'd rate it better thatn TWINE, almost as good as Goldeneye, but I still yearn for Perefct Dark for the Cube.
     
  5. Donnie Eldridge

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    Do you have the option of turning off the auto-aim during the single player portion of the game?
     
  6. Rob TT

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    I know if you play as 00 Agent, the auto aim is turned off,

    also, you can turn it off in multiplayer.
     
  7. Donnie Eldridge

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    Looks like I'll probably pick it up on the Xbox then.
     
  8. Steven_V

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    For those who own multiple systems, IGN just ran a head to head comparison between the Gamecube and Xbox versions of 'Agent Under Fire'. According to IGN, the Gamecube version features a better framerate and faster load times over the Xbox version.
    IGN wrote:
     
  9. Donnie Eldridge

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    I picked up the Xbox version last week. It was somewhat of a let down. The graphics look good and the sound is great, but the game play is a tad on the easy side. Coupled with really short and simplistic levels it only took me a day and a half to finish the game. I went back to replay it on 00 Agent, but the controls are so bad without the auto-lock that I quickly lost interest. I'll be listing it for trade shortly.
     
  10. Andrew Grall

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    I picked up the X-Box version the day it was released and returned it the next day. I was disappointed....
     

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