007 promises everything or nothing

The latest instalment in the tireless series of James Bond computer games has been unveiled, with the tuxedo-clad cad promising 'everything or nothing' in his quest for action and adventure.

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By  Andrew Picken Published  December 21, 2003

The latest instalment in the tireless series of James Bond computer games has been unveiled, with the tuxedo-clad cad promising 'everything or nothing' in his quest for action and adventure.

James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing will launch in conjunction with the film during the winter of 2004 and EA has said it will be available on all major computing formats. EA claims that gamers will, more than ever, need to think and act like Bond in order to complete the 25 single-player missions. But fear not, you will have the usual array of Q-Lab gadgets to quickly get a handle on every situation (including a Q-Rappel and spider bomb) Naturally, you also have the choice of some stunning wheels to scurry around in, including a Triumph Daytona 600, Aston Martin V12 Vanquish, and Porsche Cayenne Turbo.

The new game will feature a third-person cinematic perspective that will let you enjoy the detailed backdrops as you set about completing missions across the world. EA has revealed that the streets of New Orleans, a mountain fortress in Peru and Moscow's Red Square are just some of the locations used in the game and the company also enlisted the help of veteran Bond screenwriter Bruce Feirstein (who's credits include Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World is Not Enough) to write the original script for the game.

German actress and model, Heidi Klum has been lined up as the latest in a long line of bond girls and in addition to her filming commitments, she has been involved in the creation of the computer game. "I spent a day in a recording studio in L.A. giving my voice to my character, the Russian scientist Katya Nadanova. It was an incredible experience for me to do this in English putting on a Russian accent" said Klum.

"They also did a scan of my face for a so-called 'cyber scanning'. I believe this will ensure that the character comes as close to look like me as possible within modern technology."

"It is an honour to be a Bond girl," added Klum. "I was very flattered when asked to be part of such a high-profile and prestigious cast."

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