Electronic Arts has announced a handheld version of its highly popular first-person shooter, James Bond 007: Nightfire.
The Game Boy Advance version will have all-new scenarios and will take you to the Austrian Alps, a Japanese highrise, an island in the South Pacific and even into outer space when you enter a space station to defeat the game's villain Raphael Drake.
With the arrival of convincing polygonal 3d on the GBA, the team behind Nightfire GBA is strictly sticking to the first-person view. It's even possible to use a sniper scope to take out enemies.
The game also includes both new and familiar characters, for example Zoe Nightshade from the previous Bond game Agent Under Fire. There are nine levels in total with various mission objectives.
James Bond 007: Nightfire GBA is scheduled for a Spring release and is being developed by JV Games.
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News source: Gamers.com