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Pierce Brosnan to star in Nightfire

Electronic Arts has signed a contract with Hollywood star Pierce Brosnan to use the famous Bond actor’s likeness in their upcoming video game, James Bond 007: NightFire.

Electronic Arts has signed a contract with Hollywood star Pierce Brosnan to use the famous Bond actor’s likeness in their upcoming video game, James Bond 007: NightFire. The game, which uses an original storyline created exclusively for the interactive project, is based on the Bond universe and will be released worldwide the same month as the newest 007 film starring Brosnan, “Die Another Day” produced by Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli. NightFire is currently under development and is scheduled for a simultaneous release on the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system, Xbox video game system from Microsoft, the Nintendo GameCube and the PC-CD as well.“Pierce Brosnan and Bond have created an unbeatable combination for the franchise over the past few years, so we’re excited to have Pierce aboard to help deliver to fans the ultimate Bond experience,” stated Chip Lange, VP of Electronic Arts marketing. “I am confident that together, Pierce Brosnan, EA and NightFire will make for the most dynamic and appealing Bond game yet.”NightFire promises to stay true to the tradition of the James Bond property. The game will feature more than 10 stunning exotic locations from around the globe and outer space, as well as offer an all-star cast of villains and allies, including Bond women, both new and familiar to the 007 universe.

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