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- Product InformationPlayers take the role of the darker, grittier James Bond in Quantum of Solace, the first 007 game from publisher Activision. Following Daniel Craig's portrayal of a violent, driven Bond, the young MI6 agent's methods may be messy, but he is ultimately effective. Gameplay features plenty of gun-fighting and hand-to-hand combat, as well as surveillance and stealth sequences. The game is built on Infinity Ward's Call of Duty 4 game engine, and features similar graphical quality, third-person cut-aways, and enemy AI.<br><br>The setting and story of Quantum of Solace are based directly on the movies, both Casino Royale and its sequel, which shares the game's title and autumn 2008 release. Developers re-created locations from both films, based on thousands of photos. All main characters have the likenesses and voices of their cinematic counterparts, including Craig as Bond and Olga Kurylenko as Camille, plus Mathieu Amalric, Judi Dench, Eva Green, and Mads Mikkelsen in their respective roles.
- GameJames Bond 007: Quantum of Solace
- PlatformSony PlayStation 2
- ESRB RatingT - Teen
- ESRB DescriptorMild Language, Mild Suggestive Themes, Violence
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1
- Release Year2008
- Game Special Features<li>Cut loose as Daniel Craig's gritty, get-the-job-done Bond<br/><br/><li>Take out the opposition with stealth or superior shooting<br/><br/><li>Based on the films Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace<br/><br/><li>Built on Infinity Ward's state-of-the-art Call of Duty 4 game engine<br/><br/>
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- bigshot9999Feb 02, 2016by
Great game and Movie
Something about this game gives me a feeling of dejavu. I just keep playing it. 5 stars
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- aceeandrade81Apr 04, 2010by
Not really a Quatum Leap...
Quantum of Solace for the PS2 is a good 3rd person, over-the-shoulder shooter. The graphics are a little San Andreas-y, which is by no means a bad thing and the voice acting is A+. But, and it's a pretty big one, it doesn't really feel like a Bond game. It's similar in feel to 007:EON, but without the gadgets and the icoic Bond accoutrement. There is no real Q Branch input here. No laser watch, cell phone scrambler, or even knock-out dara cufflinks. Kinda lame. But it's solid. On par with any shooter for the PS2, but low on the Bond Game Totem, where Goldeneye still rules the roost, simply because you feel like James Bond. Here you feel more like a Blond Dude in a windbreaker and a silenced nameless gun (no Walther PPK?)pretending to be Bond. Before I forget, the music is A+. My review is a solid B. As for the Bond games, its maybe 4rd or 5th. Read full review
- aachamp717Dec 09, 2011by
Great Bond game. Does pretty good justice to the movie.
Good PS2 game. This one's in the 3rd person view, whereas the other versions of this game are in first person. First person is more my own style, but i think this view is good for this game. The controls are very complex, but once you master them, you have the ability to do so many different things and use so many different tactics that you really do feel like Bond. Like I said, though, the controls are pretty complex.
- 216158193@delet...Mar 02, 2009by
Quantum of Solace (PS2) - decent
I played the PS2 version and from what I know, the PS3, X360, and Wii versions are significantly different, and I know nothing about them. What I can tell you is that the PS2 game is a OK production. The game is limited to a one player story mode of 10 missions with cutscenes and tolerable load times. The fighting style is over the shoulder, in other words, Bond isn't centered on screen. The combat is largely based on stealth, but includes levels of automatic blaring action. The graphics and sound are decent to good. The AI is excellent; however, the animation is sometimes lame and unrealistic. The shooting and targeting system is really good, but silent kills and melee attacks are a joke. Basically all the action is based on guns (2 different pistols, 2 or 3 automatics, 1 shotty and 1 sniper throughout the game), with no gadgets or secondary weapons of any kind. The combat is fun though, with features like taking cover, pre-aiming for quick ambush, health regeneration, and worthy adversaries. Secrets and unlockables are rare or nonexistent. Also, sometimes the movement system is awkward and the view is difficult. I thought it was worth the price of about $20. Overall I found the levels fun and pretty engaging. Buy this game if you want a single player, linear game that can be conquered in 6 - 8 hours. Read full review
- patriotfire77Jan 28, 2009by
Quantum of Solace PS2 is a OK game.....
Graphics and sound for the PlayStation 2 is great considering the system has been around since 2000. Its difficult to compare the new generation systems in terms of graphics and game play. The duck and cover system doesn't work too well. Shooting is some times difficult when you have to aim. Also too many levels where you have to chase the enemy. As you are chasing the bad guy, enemies jump out and you have to take them out quickly or the bad guys get away and it game over. There is no multi-player whats so ever. Not even extras to unlock. Game can be finished in under 5 hours if your moderate to pro. To put it bluntly, pick up games like Everything or Nothing, NightFire, or Agent Under Fire. You'll get your moneys worth.
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