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The actors behind Hugo Drax and Jaws are coming back in the upcoming Bond game, which is written by the man behind GoldenEye.In 007 Legends, the current Bond actor, Daniel Craig, takes on the roles of his predecessor as he goes through some of the most memorable missions in the film series’ history. Richard Kiel is lending his voice and likeness to the hulking, steel-toothed Jaws, and Michael Lonsdale is reprising his role as the maniacal Hugo Drax. The two actors will be working in close collaboration with the game's writer,who is none other than Bruce Ferstein. Ferstein is known for his work on the films, GoldenEye and Tomorrow Never Dies, as well as the GoldenEye game reboot and Everything or Nothing.We'll see if this dream team can work magic when the game debuts on consoles and the PC on October 16.
[Source: MTV Multiplayer]
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Cool, it's always nice to take on the role of James Bond.
I haven't played any 007 games except for the N64 so this might a nice buy so I can get more into this, but that's if it can actually pull through. I see potential with this, but I don't really enjoy Daniel Craig being the ONLY James Bond. Just personal opinion, though.
Yes. Yes. Yes. and Yes.
I love Daniel Craig as Bond.
Well, I for one will definitely be getting this around Christmastime. It will not, however, be taking away any time from Borderlands 2, Dishonored, Assassin's Creed III, or Halo 4. Sorry, but outside of the multiplayer on the N64 Bond games, 007 gaming doesn't scratch any particular itch of mine.
hopefully this doesn't suck
Day 1 purchase for me.
and.... back stab!