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007: Everything or Nothing is an action game from Electronic Arts using the James Bond movie license. It was the last game in the James Bond series to feature Pierce Brosnan. The game offers GameCube-GBA connectivity for additional content. The Game Boy Advance release differs from the console releases by having different graphics and an isometric view.

Plot summary

The story begins with Dr. Katya Nadanova, a nanotechnology professor at Oxford, being kidnapped by terrorists and taken to Egypt. James Bond is sent to rescue her and her new invention, a nanobot that can repair electrical wires. Bond finds her on a moving train, and is able to rescue her after a battle with the terrorist general, though most of the nanobots were destroyed. After Bond leaves her at a nearby military base, she meets with Nikolai Diavolo, a Russian businessman; he receives a vial containing a few of her nanobots.

Later, Bond is sent to look for 003, who has gone missing after being sent to investigate a Peruvian platinum mine. Bond enlists the aid of an American geologist, Serena St. Germaine, to help him find the mine. When he finds 003 in the mine, Bond discovers that he has been tortured and shot. With his dying breath, 003 tells Bond that something is going to happen in New Orleans.

In New Orleans, Bond discovers that the nanobots that Dr. Nadanova created have been altered by Diavolo to hold a chemical that can eat through any metal known to man, except platinum. Bond destroys the laboratory being used to make the nanobots, but finds out that a truck full of nanobots is being driven to the New Orleans levees, so they can destroy the levees and flood New Orleans. Bond destroys the truck before it can reach the levees.

Bond returns with Serena to Peru to learn more about Diavolo’s plans at the platinum mines. Once in the mines, he is captured by Nadanova and placed in a death trap by Diavolo. Diavolo explains that he intends to use the nanobots to destroy everything responsible for the destruction of his Soviet homeland. Bond breaks free of the death trap and escapes the mines in a helicopter piloted by Serena.

Diavolo travels to Moscow where he intends to use his nanobots to release toxic gas into Red Square. Bond follows him. After preventing the release of the gas, Bond discovers that there is a missile silo under the Kremlin. Diavolo has placed payloads of the nanobots on the missiles and plans to launch them at his targets.

Bond enters the silo and deactivates the missiles. He is then attacked by Diavolo and Nadanova in a Soviet jet. Bond shoots the jet down, killing Nadanova, but Diavolo ejects and manages to activate one of the missiles from a control tower. Bond shoots Diavolo with a rocket launcher, then destroys the missile with some well placed shots from a nearby rocket turret.

Gameplay

The Game Boy Advance version has deathmatch support for up to four players.

Vehicles

  • 2002 Aston Martin Vanquish
  • Ford E-350
  • Ford F-100
  • Tank
  • 1994 Honda Accord
  • Isuzu Elf
  • Jeep Hurricane
  • Kawaski Ninja
  • Motorbike
  • Maybach 62
  • Mazda 323
  • Nissan Hardbody
  • Semi-Truck (Tanker)
  • Seat Ibiza
  • Porsche Cayenne Turbo
  • Skoda Fabia
  • Subaru Impreza Rally Car
  • Toyota MR2
  • Trumiph Daytona Sportbike

Cast

  • Pierce Brosnan as James Bond
  • Shannon Elizabeth as Serena St. Germaine
  • Mya Harrison as Mya Starling
  • Heidi Klum as Katya Nadanova
  • Willem Dafoe as Nikolai Diavolo
  • Misaki Ito as Miss Nagai
  • Richard Kiel as Jaws
  • Judi Dench as M
  • John Cleese as Q
  • Vladimir Cuk as Jean LaRouge
Facts about "007: Everything or Nothing"RDF feed
CEROAll + and 15 +
ContentTypeVideo Game +
DeveloperEA Games +
DisplayName007: Everything or Nothing +
ELSPA15+ +
ESRBT +
FeaturesSingle-player +, Multi-player + and Co-op +
Franchise007 +
GameCatVideo Game +
GameCube Release17 February 2004 +
Game Boy Advance Release17 February 2004 +
GenreThird-person Shooter +, Third-person + and Shooter +
International GameCube Release17 February 2004 +
International Game Boy Advance Release17 February 2004 +
International PlayStation 2 Release17 February 2004 +
International Release17 February 2004 +
International Xbox Release17 February 2004 +
KMRB12+ +
MediaDVD-ROM +, GameCube Game Disc + and Game Boy Advance Cartridge +
Name007: Everything or Nothing +
NamePage007: Everything or Nothing +
Names007: Everything or Nothing +
OFLCAM +
PEGI12+ + and 12/12+ +
PageName007: Everything or Nothing +
PageTypeVideo Games + and Games +
PlatformPlayStation 2 +, Xbox +, Game Boy Advance + and GameCube +
PlatformTypeConsole + and Handheld +
PlayStation 2 Release17 February 2004 +
PublisherElectronic Arts +
RatingBodiesESRB +, OFLCA +, KMRB +, PEGI +, ELSPA +, USK + and CERO +
RatingsESRB-T +, OFLCA-M +, KMRB-A12+ +, PEGI-12+ +, ELSPA-15+ +, USK-12+ +, USK-16+ +, CERO +, CERO-All + and CERO-15 +
RegionInternational +
StatusReleased +
USK12+ +, 12/12+ +, 16+ + and 16/16+ +
Xbox Release17 February 2004 +
Year2004 +

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