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James Bond 007 in...Agent Under Fire Reviews

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Electric Playground 74% Nov 21 '01
ESCMag 7/10 Dec 12 '01
EuroGamer 7/10 Dec 18 '01
Game Revolution C+ Nov 30 '01
GameSpot 6.8/10 Nov 16 '01
Gamespy 75/100 Dec 02 '01
IGN PS2 7.9/10 Nov 12 '01
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Computer and Video Games Jul 30 '01
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"The most interesting feature at present is the different ways in which you can approach the FPS levels, either by use of stealth, or by full on, English-football-hooligans-on-tour, hardcore violence."
"Agent Under Fire’s single-player game is too short and too easy, with limited replayability. It’s fun while it lasts, and the game does successfully combine a first-person perspective shooter with third-person perspective racing game."
"Agent Under Fire is a fun game, but not necessarily that impressive for a second-generation PS2 game. Everything here has been done before, and done better by other games this season, but if you're a fan of Bond you could do a lot worse than Agent Under Fire."
"Agent Under Fire is a good looking and sounding Bond adventure with a splendid multiplayer side to it. The single player game is well worth playing through once, even if you find yourself a mite unimpressed from time to time by the events unfolding on-screen. Repetitive? Okay. Predictable? Sure, but it’s still a Bond adventure, and thanks to the multiplayer mode there’s some real longevity here."
"While it's got some good moments and fun multiplayer, the short, bland single-player game makes this better suited as a rental than anything else."
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