According to ESRB, this game contains: Suggestive Themes, Violence
Parents can rest easy that this game is not graphic, though it is violent. Essentially, it is just like the Bond films: action, some sexual innuendos, and some mild adult themes.
Fans of previous Bond games, and there are quite a few now, know what to expect and Nightfire delivers. Graphics and performance are comparable across all three platforms.
Multiplayer fans get some decent, not outstanding, multiplayer (be prepared to wade through some confusing menus, though).
Fans of the Bond films should take a shine to Nightfire—it plays its connection to the film better than any of the previous games.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers will miss out on some banter, dialogue and audio cues, but the game will still be very playable.
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