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Designed to complement its companions on the 128-bit generation consoles, the Game Boy Advance version of this James Bond game follows a story line that runs parallel to that of other Everything or Nothing releases, and finds the famous super-spy in a variety of dangerous situations set around the globe. Players control Bond from a third-person, isometric perspective, and may employ both stealth and strength to accomplish objectives.
Bond may eliminate opposing agents with martial arts, or use objects he finds in the game to remove enemies that would keep him from his mission goals. True to form, a number of amazing gadgets, some exclusive to this version of the game, are also available to help the hero out of the especially tight spots. Certain missions also find the super spy behind the wheel for demanding racing sequences.
James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing offers deathmatch-style multiplayer battles for up to four combatants through a link cable connection. Special content, including mini-games and gadget upgrades, becomes available when this GBA version of Everything or Nothing is connected to the GameCube version of the title with a GameCube to Game Boy Advance Link Cable. ~ T.J. Deci, All Game Guide