Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Sifter3000, 4 Mar 2010.
I had this on PS2; the multiplayer was OK but the rest of the game was a bit of a dog, even with the driving sections I can't believe they didn't put in the PC version...
I had this on Gamecube. I loved it so much. My favourite part had to be the multiplayer mainly because I'd always have 3 friends round to play it. There was always one who went as Oddjob which meant they had the hat and that was scary as f*** when you're only limited to a PP9 or whatever it was.
I probably enjoyed it so much because I was only 12, I'm sure if I went back I'd being limited to 4 players haha
I had friends that really enjoyed the multiplayer on this one.
I found out some years later that the guy who designed Dust and Dust2 worked on a couple of multiplayer maps for Nightfire.
fantastic game, i loved it to bits, still have the full large box somewhere..........
(not some crappy DVD case for today's games, full large box cardboard casing, probably was designed for floppy disks)
I had it on PS2 until a friend broke the disc... a sad day The multiplayer was awesome (there was a badass rocket launcher I think?).
I don't think I ever completed the singleplayer though >.>
guy who made dust and dust2 made the multiplayer maps for nightfire.
I had this on the PS2, it was quite fun, although the missions were hit/miss.
With that said, there were quite a few things to do on the single player and it was the first 007 game that I know of that had Oddjob's hat as a weapon!
I rather enjoyed it on the PS2 but I was only ~12. I seem to remember the mini-helicopter and the guided missiles being good fun.
I had this on Gamecube! You really missed out not having the driving levels, they were brill.
Like many other people here, I was about 11/12 at the time.
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