James Bond 007: Quantum of Solace
• You are the new Bond - Employ all of your Bond skills in high-octane combat,
chaotic gunfights and precise stealth takedowns
• Take cover - First person shooting with third person cover combat allows you
to adjust your gameplay to meet each challenge. Hide behind cover, fire from
protected positions and use suppressing fire to distract enemies
• Fight worthy adversaries - Advanced AI systems allow enemies to react to you
in intelligent and tactical ways. Think quickly, because they'll seek cover and
• The new world of Bond - Using the likenesses and voices of actors from both
films including Daniel Craig and Judi Dench, the game immerses you in the
story of how Bond becomes the ultimate 00 agent. Each mission will take you
through the exotic locations such as Casino Royale in Madagascar, the deserts
of Bolivia and the streets of Austria
• Become the world's premier MI6 agent - Bond gets online with standard 12-
player multiplayer mode plus unique Bond modes such as Bond VS which pits
you against other opponents in an intense race to complete objectives, and
Golden Gun mode, which lets you perform one hit kills using the coveted
007 Quantum of Solace PS3
"Excellent Bond Game!" 2010-08-07
This game worth the price. The first levels are kind of crappy but as I went further
into the game I really started to enjoy it. There are a few parts that are really
"Bond-Like" and their attempts to make the game feel like the movie were so cool
that I had to chuckle at it. You will definitely recgonize the parts when you see
them. Overall, I give this game 5 stars for fun.
"Good game." 2010-08-04
By Wes C (hagerstown, MD)
This game is pretty good it has good online multiplayer. But this game would be way
better if it had offline multiplayer. The best part of this game is the single player.
The single player levels are fun but after you play a couple of levels in the game
you'll start to notice that the levels objectives are almost the same as the other
levels you had already done. Although the levels are kind of the same they're all still
fun to play and they get harder as you go along.
By L. Cabrera (Miami)
My husband had a blast with the video game cause he liked the movie very much. It
was a very good gift.
"Old Bond games were better." 2010-07-23
I was really disappointed with this game. I've played older Bond games on the Ps2,
and I though those were much better with better production value and such.
The control scheme is easy to use, just like 007 Nightfire.
Cons: (Where do I start)...
-The graphics are subpar for the power of the PS3. Many times the animation looks
very robotic, and they could have done a lot better job on the lighting. The graphics
on the cut scenes (which is extremely minimal) is literally comparable to graphics on
the PS2, especially the cars. The cars in this Bond game hold nothing to the cars in
GT3 or GT4.
-Barely any cut scenes. There are literally 3-4 legit cut scenes after you've played to
the Venice chapter. And if there are cut scenes, the production value is horrible. You
don't even get to see M's face during briefings of missions, it's just a computer
screen shifting around photos and data and such. Extremely poor production value.
Makes me think that the developers were too lazy to render M and other people in
MI6 for real cut scenes.
-The story is hard to follow. It jumps all over the place, and very incohesive. I'd
attribute the incohesiveness to the lack of cut scenes. For example, at the end of the
barge stage, Bond gets knocked out. But it doesn't show you how he gets out of it
and you're just sent to the next level.
-Gameplay is repetitive. Cover, duck and shoot. There is also a ton of gas canisters
lying around, which makes no sense in real life as to why they would be where they
are. There is no driving the Aston Martin or snipping off bad guys in cars on a
helicopter. There also are no gadgets. This isn't the kind of Bond game that Bond
games are known for.
-Extremely linear. You can't open doors or shoot crates to see what's inside. You just
follow one path through to the end of the level. There's no alternate routes to the
final destination that might have different enemies. Nope, just one straight road to
the end. You really can't do anything with the environment either. Extremely bland.
The only things that are "active" in the environment are the enemies and explosives.
-Where's the hot Bond chicks?
This game really does nothing for me. Surprised that it got the okay to be published.
It has pretty bad production value in my books, especially for the PS3.
"Best Multiplayer Game - takes you back to N64's GoldenEye" 2010-06-10
By A. Lasu
At first I wasn't too impressed with the game until I went online for multiplayer
mode. That's when I realized this game was meant for multiplayer. There are a
variety of scenarios from you playing Bond with everybody else trying to kill you, to
playing in a team protecting the briefcase, to everyone for himself. Best things about
the online play:
1. Players - 12 players
2. Movements - you can hide behind objects standing or crouched and shoot the
enemy. You can run, jump, climb, walk, etc.
3. Best move - you can bounce grenades off walls to change direction towards the
enemy and watch their bodies go limp as it falls. The body shakes shivers. If you hit
them on a roof, their body slides off the roof to to the ground.
4. Explosives - you have a choice of a regular grenade, poison gas, smoke grenade,
flashbang (stun grenade) and proximity mines.
5. Guns - handgun, sniper rifle, shotgun, semiautomatics and a variety inbetween
6. Scenes - fight on a roof top, in a basement (chemical plant), in a parking garage,
7. I love the multiplayer because you're not fighting aliens but real people and they
use the laws of physics - in an explosion, a standing person falls on their knees then
on their face or side;