007: Tomorrow Never Dies
|Published By: Electronic Arts||Developed By: Black Ops Entertainment||Released: 1/1/2000|
|Barcode: 0 14633 09749 8||PSRM: 014800 (See Variants Below)||ID Tag: SLUS - 00975 (See Variants Below)|
|CDs: 1||Players: 1 Player||ESRB: Teen (Animated Blood, Animated Violence, Suggestive Themes)|
|Accessories: Memory (1 Block), Analog, Vibration||Size: 476 Megs||Digital Press Rarity: 1 out of 10|
As suave secret agent 007, employ your cunning wit and high-tech gadgets to survive multiple levels of espionage based on exciting situations from the blockbuster film, including challenging shooting, driving, and skiing game modes. Your mission will be dangerous, but you can handle it. After all, you're Bond...James Bond.
This game was released as Greatest Hits.
Of note on the Greatest Hits package is EA's revised logo, and the new serial of SLUS-00975GH and longer Copyright info on the disc.
Variations / Misprints
During the closing months of the PlayStation's lifespan, when it could still be considered having life, Sony authorized the release of "Collector's Edition" Bundle packs. There were 11 Collector's Sets and 2 'Twin Sets' sent out. 007: Tomorrow Never Dies was released in the Electronic Arts Collector's Edition: Action pack alongside Medal of Honor and 007: Racing.
The games are exactly the same content wise, but the packaging and artwork received makeovers. The CE version of the game will have the white CD face, the PS banner is white, and on the back the barcode is replaced by a small square that reads, "Part of Set. Not to be sold separately."
The CE also now has the ID of SLUS-00975CE and the PSRM is 014804. The 4 designates it as part of a set.
PlayStation 2 Compatibility
- Fast Load
All times are rounded up to the nearest second. Tests are performed on a PlayStation 2 Slim Line with 1.11 PS Drivers.
*NOTE: The Fast Load option causes the music to skip frantically, rendering it incompatible with this game.
Game loaded fine with both options turned on, but the music was still choppy and erratic.
Compatibility - Smooth
With the smooth option on, TND gets a somewhat decent new look, but holy heck does it help in the resolution. It becomes easier to see characters in the distance, especially with the sniper rifle.
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