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Good afternoon, James. We hate to spoil your return with more bad news, but we have just received word that an MI-6 agent was killed in action before delivering a report from the Russian Atomic Energy Department. Our friend Sir Robert King purchased this report with the assumption that it would contain information on the attackers of his oil pipeline in Kazakhstan. Right now banker Lachaise has the money in Spain, so your mission is to meet him, find out who killed our agent, and return the money to King.
This game is a port of the wildly successful N64 title, originally released in the Fall of 2000. Based on the 1999 movie starring Pierce Brosnan as renowned secret agent James Bond, The World is Not Enough is a first-person shooter that spans 14 levels, each with multiple objectives. Using an array of special gadgets and weapons, you must thwart a terrorist attack on MI-6 headquarters, free hostages held inside an underground train station, and complete various other goals as you try to find and confront the man or woman behind all of this mayhem.
As you make your way through hallways, corridors and outdoor environments, you'll have to keep an eye on your health meter, which will gradually deplete with every hit you take from enemy soldiers. Picking up body armor will help you sustain more damage, but if your health meter falls to zero, the game is over. Certain underwater missions also feature an oxygen meter that will diminish the longer you stay submerged; return to the surface before it disappears or you'll permanently end your career.
At your disposal are the following 13 gadgets: bomb disposal kit, digital camera, covert modem, cutting laser watch, data scrambler, fingerprint scanner, flash bang gun, grapple hook watch, keypad decryptor, night vision glasses, phone tap, safe cracker and x-ray glasses. Using these gadgets is a matter of moving up to a specific object, selecting the gadget from your inventory, then pressing a button to activate it. ~ Scott Alan Marriott, All Game Guide