(GB / Game Boy)

James Bond 007 (GB / Game Boy)

Game Profile

An arms smuggling ring threatens to create a new world order.

The peace and security of the entire planet is at stake. MI6 sent agent 008 deep in to Turkey to dismantle the operation. Soon thereafter, all contact was lost. M makes the decision to send their best agent, James Bond, to investigate the whereabouts of 008. As Bond carries out this latest order, he becomes entangled in his deadliest mission yet.

As James Bond, you must use all your expertise to unravel the sinister plot. It is up to you to determine friend from foe as you uncover clues. Along the way, weapons and items may be found to assist you in overcoming the many obstacles placed in your path. Be sure to keep an eye out for Q and his unique brand of help - you can't afford to rely on your wits and charm alone!

Game Review


Europe PAL Version

Posted by Dave Frear

Fun portable Bondage

As an MI6 agent with a license to kill, James Bond has obvious video game potential. One option is the first person shooter, as seen with the Nintendo 64's Goldeneye 007, but that's not the only choice. Released not long after Rare's classic, the simply...

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User Comments (8)



D33G said:

Shame that it was never released. It looked like a good game!



StarBoy91 said:

You know, I think I may have seen screenshots from this game in a magazine back when I was in elementary school, iirc.
Hello, deegan714, welcome to NintendoLife.



KeeperBvK said:

...which seems to confuse people quite a bit. Maybe you should make it say "to be added" or "..." or something like that before adding a date.



Zach said:

That would fall under the jurisdiction of our technical director Ant. If you'd like to write in to request this change, you can use the contact form.

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