The Total Recall DUD OF THE MONTH COLLECTION!
TOMORROW NEVER DIES
(EA, 1999)

In the theaters during the late 90's Tomorrow never Dies was the highly anticipated sequel to the popular Goldeneye 007. When Rare did Goldeneye the game for the N64, is was one of the most critically acclaimed and best selling games on the Nintendo 64 and gamer's everywhere really wanted a sequel! In a shocking move both Rare and Nintendo lost the 007 license to the huge game publisher Electronic Arts and they would release a Tomorrow Never Dies game by themselves. You would think with all the money EA had to buy the 007 license you would think they should be able to create a great game as well, eh? Sadly, this choppy 3D third person shooter has loads of problems.

Sure, this game has some great musical scores and the game is easy enough to control but there is no multi-player here, the stages are boring plus why is this only on the Playstation? I thought EA was a multiple platform company?

I guess N64 owners are lucky that they never got a chance to play this but we are all losers here when a lack luster sequel gets made. This was was suppose to be the sequel to Goldeneye, one of best First Person Shooters of all time wasn't it? "EA, you guys may be one of the biggest third party company in the world sometimes but you guys make some horrible decisions!"

Conclusion:

 

 

Overall rating for Tomorrow Never Dies: 51/100
Look for another game on eBay here!

For 1 player only
graphics: 5/10
sound: 3/10
gameplay: 5/10


-StarSoldier1 (Ryan Genno) 2005

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