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James Bond 007: NightFire is a first-person shooter video game based on James Bond. This marked Pierce Brosnan's fourth appearance as James Bond before the release of his fourth and final Bond film Die Another Day, however, in the video game, his likeness was featured, but not his voice, which was provided by Maxwell Caulfield. NightFire was developed by Eurocom for the PlayStation 2, Nintendo The Desert Eagle appears in the game as the "Raptor Magnum", and comes in .50 AE and .357 magnum in the console version while the PC version only has the .50 AE. The .357 magnum version has a two-tone pattern and fitted with a laser sight which when activated increases accuracy, but at the cost of a slightly slower rate of fire. 15:22 007 Nigthfire No comments. 007 Nigthfire. James Bond 007: Nigthfire es un Videojuego de acción en primera persona, es la continuación del videojuego James Bond 007: Agent Under Fire. NightFire es principalmente un juego de disparos en primera persona, con algunas secuencias de conducción mezclarla El jugador puede utilizar muchas armas, que son los siguientes: Wolfram PP7, Golden PP7 Raptor Magnum Clip Size: 8 rounds Ammunition: .44 Mag Description: One of the most powerful pistols in the game, a hit to the chest or head will almost always be a kill. Its alternate rate of fire adds a laser sight. RL22 Clip Size: 1 Ammunition: Missiles Description: A rocket launcher that fires a single rocket, very powerful with a long range. Seamaster Speargun Clip Size: 2 rounds Just like GoldenEye 007, the game featured three difficulty levels: Agent, Secret Agent, and 00 Agent. Completing missions on a certain difficulty would allow players to unlock additional multiplayer maps such as a dark Eastern European forest, a version of MI6's Scotland Headquarters and ski resort complete with working gondolas, and an airplane. The PlayStation version is known for lacking "Raptor Magnum" in Nightfire (2002, PC variant) The Desert Eagle also appears in 007: Nightfire as the "Raptor Magnum". A heavy calibre handgun, it is the most powerful handgun, aside from the Golden Gun. It comes in .50 AE and .357 magnum. The clip size on both is low but the .357 model (distinguishable by its two-tone pattern) is equipped Nightfire is a first-person shooter video game based on Ian Fleming's British secret agent James Bond. It was developed by Eurocom for the PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, and Xbox video game consoles. Gearbox Software developed the game for Windows, which Aspyr later ported to the Mac. It was published by Electronic Arts in 2002. In 2003 EA released Nightfire for the Game Boy Advance this The World Is Not Enough VG - James Bond 007 game by Electronic Arts for Playstation and Nintendo 64. Desert Eagle Mark XIX. The Desert Eagle Mark XIX, chambered in .50 AE and with a stainless steel finish, appears in the the PS1 game as the "IAC Defender" and in N64 game as the "Raptor Magnum", where it is fitted with a frame-mounted laser sight.The Desert Eagle present in the game is the Mark XIX variant (noted by the barrel-mounted rails) in .50 Action Express (noted by the non-fluted Raptor Magnum Raptor Magnum .50 Automatics SG5 Commando Assault Rifle Deutch M9K Storm M32 Sniper Rifle Winter Covert Sniper Rifle Winter Tactical Sniper Rifle Delta Repeater Crossbow Misc Frinesi Automatic 12 Korsakov K5 Dart Gun : Explosives/ Grenades Fragmentation Grenade Smoke Grenade AN M9 Flash Bang/Stun Grenade Satchel Charge Remote Mine

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