007 Racing Playstation Game Logo

007 Racing is a mission based racing game with the James Bond License, developed by Eutechnyx for Electronic Arts. The game was an exclusive title for the Playstation released in 2000, a sequel was planned for the PS2 but was cancelled in the stage of early development already.  The game is loosely based on some James Bond Movies, maybe worth mentioning is that John Cleese lend his voice for “Q”

007 Racing was a quite good game, fans of Twisted Metal might like its Multiplayer but the Single player Missions are good and have interesting objectives sometimes.  It was released in the USA and localized into French and German in Europe

 

Promotional render art of the cars in 007  Racing

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007 Racing Playstation Game Promotional Render

 

007 Racing german deutsche werbung german advertisment for the playstation game

German Ad for 007 Racing

 

007 Racing Cover Art & Variations

007 Racing Playstation Game NTSC USA Front Cover

USA

007 Racing Playstation Game PAL French Front Cover

French

007 Racing playstation game pal german deutsches front cover

German Re-Release / Platinum Version

 

Title, Main Menu, Options, Mission, Car and Weapon Select

 

007 Racing gameplay Screenshots

 

I still have the original Playstation, but to make Screenshots i usually use the different Emulators and try out different settings to see how they can change the graphics of a game, take a look at this comparison i made between the original playstation graphic and the same situation with highly raised settings in EPSXE

 

It is only my personal opinion of course, but i wished Sony would have added resolution settings and more for the PsOne Classics on PSN..they could look a lot better there. 

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