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Topic: James Bond Assisting the Police in the Computer Games?

As I'm researching James Bond's connections with the police and his sometimes taking on the role of a policeman in the novels and films I wanted to check out the computer games as well. My best friend has an Nintendo 64 (among other consoles) and we played GoldenEye on it many times.

A game that I would have played less was The World is Not Enough but I well recall (the last time I got to play it a good few years ago) there being a level on that game where Bond liaised with the Metropolitan Police to defuse a bomb on the London Underground.

As I'm not an expert in the field of James Bond computer games (I don't own any of them or the consoles) I was wondering if members here could help me out and if we could list any scenes like the one in TWINE where Bond liaises with the police. Any other examples of this from TWINE would be most appreciated as well of course.

Please try to tell me as much about each scene or level involving the police as possible.

Looking forward to your replies as always.

Last edited by Silhouette Man (12th Feb 2016 14:26)

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Re: James Bond Assisting the Police in the Computer Games?

Can anyone help me out at all as this is not my area of expertise?  ajb007/smile  ajb007/martini

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Re: James Bond Assisting the Police in the Computer Games?

I think he has more trouble with them then they help him. As far as I know in Nightfire and Everything or Nothing they're against him. There aren't any other games that Bonds helps the police I think, not that I noticed.

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Re: James Bond Assisting the Police in the Computer Games?

DutchJamesBondFan wrote:

I think he has more trouble with them then they help him. As far as I know in Nightfire and Everything or Nothing they're against him. There aren't any other games that Bonds helps the police I think, not that I noticed.

Thank you so much for that information, DutchJamesBondFan! I suppose his relationship with the police is very similar to that often portrayed in the Bond films such as LALD, DAF and AVTAK.

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Silhouette Man wrote:
DutchJamesBondFan wrote:

I think he has more trouble with them then they help him. As far as I know in Nightfire and Everything or Nothing they're against him. There aren't any other games that Bonds helps the police I think, not that I noticed.

Thank you so much for that information, DutchJamesBondFan! I suppose his relationship with the police is very similar to that often portrayed in the Bond films such as LALD, DAF and AVTAK.

They're corrupt in EON, in Nightfire they just don't like it that you're firing rockets.

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Re: James Bond Assisting the Police in the Computer Games?

DutchJamesBondFan wrote:
Silhouette Man wrote:
DutchJamesBondFan wrote:

I think he has more trouble with them then they help him. As far as I know in Nightfire and Everything or Nothing they're against him. There aren't any other games that Bonds helps the police I think, not that I noticed.

Thank you so much for that information, DutchJamesBondFan! I suppose his relationship with the police is very similar to that often portrayed in the Bond films such as LALD, DAF and AVTAK.

They're corrupt in EON, in Nightfire they just don't like it that you're firing rockets.

Thanks again! All additional detail is much appreciated!  ajb007/smile  ajb007/martini

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