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Bond 007: Quantum of Solace Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:High-impact action comes shaken, not stirred in this game that lets you become the world's most famous secret agent. James Bond was reborn in Casino Royale. Now, Bond is back with a score to settle. Quantum of Solace combines the best of Bond, bringing together locations and scenarios from both new films, first-person action, and third-person cover combat. Use Bond's unique blend of strength and stealth as you engage the enemy in close-quarter one-on-one showdowns and large-scale firefights. Unscripted battles are built on the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare game engine, giving enemies truly unpredictable AI. It all unfolds with theatrical camera angles, split-screens, picture-in-picture, and other dizzying special effects.
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Bond 007: Quantum of Solace News

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  • 'Guitar Hero World Tour' Getting 'Quantum of Solace' Song As DLC

    In a brilliant stroke of corporate synergy, Activision will be releasing Jack White and Alicia Keys' song "Another Way to Die", which will be featured in the upcoming James Bond Film Quantum of Solace, as a downloadable track in Guitar Hero World Tour. The news comes out of the invitation to the Quantum of Solace midnight launch event...

    Posted October 31, 2008

    'Guitar Hero World Tour' Getting 'Quantum of Solace' Song As DLC
  • Quantum of Solace Review

    Posted: November 11, 2008

    25,925 Views | 02:46 | 21 Comments

 


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