Posted on July 29, 2012 AT 05:49pm
Soon, the family tree of all the James Bonds’ that ever were will be available for game play this fall. Activision Blizzard’s subsidiary Activision Publishing, Inc. has announced that new game “007 Legends” will feature a number of Bond heroes many audiences have grown to know and admire. This variety of Bond characters see to include actors Daniel Craig, Michael Lonsdale, Richard Kiel, and other notable famed Bond movie personalities.
Already, the cast for the video game is intense and gratifying for 007 fans everywhere. Craig will voice Bond with Rory Kinnear (“Quantum of Solace”) who will sound the M16′s Chief of Staff, Bill Tanner. Bruce Feirstein, writer of movies “Golden Eye,” “The World Is Not Enough,” and “Tomorrow Never Dies,” tells the yarn through an intense storyline that promises to include notorious henchman Jaws and villain Hugo Drax. Combine that with the pairing of James Bond composer David Arnold, and TV composer Kevin Kiner (“Hell on Wheels”), and “007 Legends” looks to break new ground in the Bond video game series.
“007 Legends” follows a storyline based on the sixth installment of the Bond movies, “SKYFALL,” which is due in theatres later this year. The game will also feature new experiences for mission-based games that many players have been anticipating for years. There will be brand new gadgets, an immense amount of weaponry, as well as cool new stunts for Bond to pull off in taking down the bad guys.
The swag-infused class of James Bond promises to stays true in this game, by the way, just as it has in all the past Bond games.
Due out for XBOX 360, PlayStation 3, and Windows PC October 16, 2012, “007 Legends” also comes with an “RP” rating by the ESRB, meaning the game has not been given an official rating.
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