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Haing owned both the PS2 and PC ports, I can say that I preferred it by far on the PS2.
I like it though, even now and wish we'd get something at least this good today.
Agreed! Except for GoldenEye for the Wii, the more recent Bond games have been somewhat lacking in depth, originality, and a good multiplayer that doesn't require online connection.
NightFire was awesome on every platform and is rated No. 1 in my gaming list.
Nice to see that someone agrees with me! Also, @DaltonCraig007: I agree with you about FRWL. It made the movie very confusing for me, because I played the game before I saw the movie, which was a horrible mistake. In the game, SPECTRE is now called OCTOPUS, Red Grant has a henchwoman, Rosa Klebb was killed before Grant, Morzeny, Kronsteen, and Blofeld all do not appear, Grant escapes the battle on the train, "OCTOPUS" has a secret missile silo on a deserted island, and the Aston Martin DB5 makes an appearance. Once I saw the movie, I was really confused and slightly disappointed by how many action scenes in the game did not appear in the film.
But Nightfire is indeed an awesome game, and I'm glad I kept it after all these years because I often go back to play it on a lazy rainy day. Did you know the voice for Brosnan's Bond is the British dude from Grease 2? Talk about getting better work! lol
But as good as Nightfire is, I think I like EON a bit better- it's really Brosnan's 5th movie when you think about it! Just as over the top as DAD and with a complete cast of actors (and it even has the damn invisible car...)
Maybe there's something wrong with my taste. I happen to like QoS and BS infinitely more than I do NF. Yes, I kinda like those COD based games. Sue me. ;;)
I know, you're gonna mention GE2010 that it is also developed by Eurocom. Only the first "reveal" trailer footage was the development of the respective Eurocom. They quit the project because Activison (or Craptivsion) wanted to COD-ise it. So, Treyarch secretly re-developed the game on the same level-concepts that Eurocom worked on. This is the true story, believe me.