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James Bond 007: The Duel

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Platform: Genesis
Genre: Action
Developer: Domark
AKA: 007 Shitou (JP)

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James Bond 007: The Duel review

Reviewed June 29, 2005

K T says: "Itís difficult to say which side of this battle is the more feebleminded; itís a close race. Enemy henchmen run on-screen and fire a shot at you within a second of appearing. Because they are unbelievably stupid, they can fire only on a line Ė they donít duck down or aim upwards or diagonally Ė just straight ahead."
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