007: Quantum of Solace - Wii

Release Date:

31 October 2008

Viewing UK:

Also on USA.


007: Quantum of Solace blends first-person shooting and third-person action while putting you in control of Bond's greatest weapon - his mind. Feel what it is like to be the ultimate secret agent as you use stealth, precision shooting, and lethal combat skills to progress through missions. Immerse yourself in the Bond universe with superior high-definition graphics, reactive AI, and visually stunning locations inspired by locales portrayed in the films. Use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk or take aim with the Wii Zapper as you enter the ruthless world of international espionage in single-player mode. For an unparalleled multiplayer experience, take the battle online or challenge three friends in split-screen local multiplayer - an exclusive Wii mode.

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Quantum of Solace is a James Bond game for the Nintendo Wii that was released in 2008 after the release of the James Bond movie under the same name. The game however, is based on both the movie Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace. First person shooters such as this are among the most popular games for Wii, and this is no exception. This game includes the voices of Daniel Craig as well as other popular characters in the franchise, such as Eva Green and Judi Dench.

Quantum of Solace follows the continued story of James Bond. We begin the game by kidnapping Mr. White who is a member of the group Quantum. He later escapes due to the attack of an MI6 agent. We then find James Bond in Bolivia, and we meet Camille Montes who is trying to overthrow the Bolivian government to get revenge on the death of her family. James Bond then recounts the events of Casino Royale, which we play through, then flash back to the present. The final battle takes place at a hotel in the Bolivian desert and eventually leads to the explosion of the hotel, from which Bond and Camille narrowly escapes.

The weapons in Quantum of Solace are based off of real weapons, such as the AK47 in the games which is based off the AKS-74U. There are also a number of weapons in the game that are given there real name and real logos, and in the game all weapons can be equipped with an array of attachments, from a scope to a silencer. While playing the game in multiplayer, or online, points are acquired from playing online with which you can buy upgrades, new weapons, or attachments to your weapons.

There are a number of multiplayer modes in the Wii version of Quantum of Solace. Firstly, there isConflict, which is basically a death match, where the most kills at the end wins. The second multiplayer mode is Rush, which is another kind of death match, but with a mission involved. The third multiplayer mode in Quantum of Solace is Team Conflict, where you are in a team, and must get as many kills possible for your team in a time limit of 15 minutes. The last multiplayer mode in the game is Team Rush, in which you have to complete your missions before the other team does, again within a limit of 15 minutes.

Quantum of Solace is a classic shooter style game for the Wii and those who enjoy classic James Bond games will enjoy this one. While it is new, and there are features to it that prove that, it also retains some of the appeal that has long made James Bond games famous. It takes a different spin on the Wii compared to other platforms, and it is interesting playing on the Wii shaped controller, but quite easy once you get the hang of it. Overall, Quantum of Solace is a great game!

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