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what surfaced from raven studios was a animation show reel to show off the capability of the motion capture they had to offer.
casino royal had 3 screenshots released of backgrounds.
so out of this there is one unfinished game and one game that never existed.
this thread much like that wiki page is just more speculation and disinformation I would think it would be better to continue your line of thought
where SPECULATION is served up and there is plenty of salt to go around.
If this is to be closed or not I leave to the mods
No its not. the kid is talking out of his @$$.
Risico ended up being scratched and what little remained of it became Bloodstone.
Its ashame because it looked promising . Bloodstones story and gameplay were very subpar . I enjoyed the Monte Carlo mission very much though in BS. The scenery on that level was beautiful
on your opinion I on the other hand find Blood Stone and Quantum of solace to be the best.
that is my opinion
Definetly. The gadgets, the exploration, the cool 3rd person moments mixed with 1st person shooting, the levels where you could choose between stealth and action, the driving.
What game was it that had the Bond moments? I think it was EON, but did NF have them too?
The game was developed by Eurocom for
the PlayStation 2, Xbox and Nintendo
GameCube video game consoles, Gearbox
Software developed the game for Windows,
JV Games developed the game for the Game
Boy Advance and TransGaming Inc.
developed the game alongside Aspyr who
published the game for the Mac. The
computer versions are substantially
different from the console versions,
featuring different missions and a modified
I never knew this before, I'm going to youtube the PC footage and see whats different
Indeed. The PS2 QoS is far, far, far superior to the consoles. Probably the best Bond game I have played.
@thelivingroyale and @Creasy47, I agree with you. I'd also like to add AUF to the list, because it was awesome as well. So, AUF, NF and EON are the best games ever.
Tell me about it, because
I think Agent Underfire had the best driving. You had this whole little sand box where you could take different routes, pick up gadgets, that was fun. And you could drive the Lotus, the DB5 and the Z8, 3 of my favourite Bond cars.