The Next Bond Movie Is Probably Getting a Video Game

The recently announced Bond film Skyfall will probably be getting a video game tie-in, and anybody with a brain would expect that to be the case. But it’s about more than our mere expectations right now, as Empire Magazine says the following in regards to the “celebrations” that will take place this year given that Skyfall will be released in the 50th anniversary of the original Bond film, Dr. No.

The celebrations include a documentary on the Bond franchise, a Bond-car exhibition at Beaulieu, a new video game and the re-release of Dr. No itself.

So is that video game a Skyfall game or a Dr. No game? Probably a Skyfall game. You know.

Skyfall is coming this year, and it’s been a bit since the last Bond movie, but that hasn’t stopped Activision from pumping out new games like Blood Stone and Goldeneye Reloaded. Perhaps the new game will actually be good. Ha!

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4 Comments on The Next Bond Movie Is Probably Getting a Video Game


On January 3, 2012 at 7:33 pm

Daniel Craig is a terrible Bond. No charm, too serious. Sean Connery and Pierce Brosnan will always be the best.


On January 3, 2012 at 10:52 pm

I agree with Mozer. I find Daniel Craig made Bond’s personality and the way he performs the character, wooden or dry compared to the previous guys.
Pierce Brosnan was my favorite Bond but originally being brought up was Sean Connery vs the other 3. Roger Moore was clich̩. Lazenby was just a no go mistake Рespecially as he is Australian which dont help. Dalton had something not right for the character Рmaybe he should have done more bond Movies to fit the character.

Ron Whitaker

On January 4, 2012 at 5:33 am

@ScrewTheConsole Oddly enough, Craig and Dalton are probably the two actors who played Bond as close to how Ian Fleming wrote him in the original novels. He wasn’t one for wisecracks, he was a grim, serious man going about a deadly job. The Connery and Moore movies added a lot of the wisecracking and sarcasm to the character, and in my mind detracted from it.

Man Wall

On January 6, 2012 at 2:22 pm

Will anything ever top GoldenEye?

Probably not.