"Only you can help him save the world!" That's all it took to convince me that this game was going to be awesome. At the time, I hadn't played a game that had the mature feel that this offered. From late night hotel rendezvous' to sudden informant murders, it was like a James Bond movie in video game form (and better than the actual James Bond games we got on the Atari). Were the controls a little off? Yes. Was the story a bit ridiculous? Sure. Were the graphics a little sub-par? Affirmative. And none of that mattered because this game had everything. Even the names of the different chapters were based off of famous classic movies.