"No beating around the bush here; Eurocom produced a Goldeneye clone of epic, almost plagiaristic, proportions. Yet if one ignores this, TWINE is still an enjoyable FPS: objectives vary and increase with difficulty; AI is decent; locations represent the film faithfully; and it?s well-animated throughout. A return to form for the Bond franchise but a lowly third to the superior Goldeneye and Perfect Dark. "
User Reviews (3)
"Graphics enough (but struggled in hi-res), gameplay enough (nice variation in missions stealth, shooting, skiing). Sound not enough (no Bond theme, annoying speech samples, “Bond is here!” Repeated backing tracks.) Multiplayer enough (but not enough Bonds,) challenge enough (in fact horrible on hardest setting where guards would shoot you before you could even see them). Overall not enough to beat Goldeneye but still enjoyable."
"You just can't talk about this game without comparing it to Goldeneye. But not enough of those comparisons focus on what TWINE actually did better. In single player, for instance, the levels featured much more detail than some of the blank walls found in Goldeneye. And then in multiplayer, they included Bots, so you were never again caught one player short for a session."
"I have never played Goldeneye 007, but I played this game to death. It's an extremely good First-person Shooter. The single player missions were fun until you got to the last level, which was so painful I never finished it. The multiplayer is among the best ever found in any game to date. A game I played as a child and still play today."
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