We conclude our initial series of James Bond 007 videogames by looking at JAMES BOND 007: THE DUEL for the Sega Genesis. Released in 1993, THE DUEL stars Timothy Dalton as the British super spy, four years after Dalton last played the role in the 1989 film LICENSE TO KILL.
What we got was a fairly generic early 16-bit platformer.
I am very pleased to announce THAT WAS A GAME – the newest show on the All My Friends Network!
THAT WAS A GAME is our first video series, specifically looking at odd uses of classic IPs and licenses in videogame form. On our first episode, we look at 1998’s “James Bond 007”, a Game Boy game made in the wake of the Nintendo 64’s “Goldeneye 007”.
James Bond 007 is a very odd game, and it shares more in common with The Legend of Zelda than Goldeneye. On THAT WAS A GAME, we explore what makes the game so odd and recommend if it’s worth your time.
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