From Russia With Love, EA's interpretation of the classic Bond film starring the original 007 Sean Connery (who authorised his likeness and voice to the project) makes its way onto the PSP. Now you can experience what it is like to fight for Her Majesty's Secret Service whenever and wherever you want.
From Russia With Love for the PSP is more or less a direct port of the home-console games released in November 2005. The storyline is based on the well-known film, but also includes new plot twists, gadgets and characters (like the lovely Natasha Bedingfield). Most of your time will be spent running around on foot (third-person, floating camera) but there are various levels where you get the opportunity to drive the Aston Martin from the movie at breakneck speeds, as well as flying around outrageously in a jet-pack with both machine guns and missiles attached.
The control system for the PSP version accommodates the fact that there is only one analog stick. All the weapons that were available to Mr. Bond on the console games, which included the sniper rifle, pistol and hand grenades, make their way over to Sony's handheld. For the enjoyment of playing against your mates, the multiplayer mode is the PSP version's main selling point, accommodating up to six players wirelessly. It will also offer four different game modes: Classic (a deathmatch); Domination (the player who dies the fewest times); Dogfight (a deathmatch with missile-firing jetpacks); and Flying Ace (Domination with jetpacks).
So, now you can experience classic Bond action on the move with your PSP.