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Computer Games

From the mid 1980s onwards James Bond computer games hit the market based on the films for the Spectrum and Atari consoles. Nowadays there are various Bond computer games on various platforms, perhaps the most famous is GoldenEye for the Nintendo 64 - classic Bond gaming!

A View To A Kill Spectrum 48K computer game (Domark, UK, 1985)
The Living Daylights Spectrum 48K computer game (Domark, UK, 1987)
Special The Living Daylights boxed edition of the ZX Spectrum computer (Sinclair, UK, 1987)
Live And Let Die computer game for the Amstrad computer (Domark, UK, 1988)
Licence To Kill Spectrum 48K computer game (Domark, UK, 1989)
The Spy Who Loved Me boxed computer game for the Spectrum computer (Domark, UK, 1990)
The James Bond Collection boxed computer game set for the Spectrum computer (Domark, UK, 1990)
GoldenEye electronic grip game (Tiger Electronics Ltd., US, 1995)
James Bond 007 The Ultimate Dossier 2 disc CD-rom set with bonus behind the scenes of Goldfinger and Thunderball video (Eidos Interactive/MGM Home Entertainment Inc., UK, 1997)
Agent Under Fire Playstation 2 game (Electronic Arts, UK, 2001)
NightFire Playstation 2 game (Electronic Arts, UK, 2002)
Everything Or Nothing Playstation 2 game (Electronic Arts, UK, 2004)
From Russia With Love Playstation 2 game (Electronic Arts, UK, 2005)
Quantum Of Solace Wii game (Activision Publishing Inc., UK, 2008)
GoldenEye 007 Wii game (Activision Publishing Inc., UK, 2010)
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