[[caption-width-right:320:Give me everything, or nothing at all...]]

TheOneWith James Bond returning to a third person shooter.

''[[Franchise/JamesBond James Bond 007]]: Everything or Nothing'' is a ThirdPersonShooter released in 2004. Bond is [[InksuitActor played]] by none other than Creator/PierceBrosnan, marking his 5th and final appearance in the role in any medium.

The plot of the game follows DirtyCommunists Nikolai Diavolo (Creator/WillemDafoe) and his associates plotting to take over Russia using metal-eating nanotechnology developed by Dr. Katya Nadanova. James Bond travels all over the world in typical fashion to stop his various plots before confronting the madman in his home base. Surprisingly, the final product is better than it sounds.

''Everything or Nothing'' was the result of EA attempting to move the Bond licensed games out of the FirstPersonShooter genre and hopefully out of the vast shadow of Rare's legendary ''VideoGame/{{GoldenEye|1997}}''.

The move proved to be well-received among gamers and critics, despite the game's flaws, due in part to the huge effort put into the game and something fresh for players having grown tired of a series of mediocre (with [[VideoGame/{{Nightfire}} one exception]]) shooters.

!!''Everything or Nothing'' provides examples of the following tropes:

* AKA47: ''Finally'', {{averted}}! All the guns are known by their real-world names.
* AppliedPhlebotinum: The Nanotechnology. Also the invisibility cloak.
* BagOfSpilling: Averted, Bond actually retains the same health and inventory in immediate missions provided you don't die afterwards.
* TheBigEasy: One of the stages.
* BondOneLiner: Numerous ones obviously, one of the funnier ones being "We played bridge together. He lost," in reference to Zorin from ''Film/AViewToAKill''.
* BrickJoke: In the mission "Mardi Gras Mayhem", you can take a shortcut over the Mardi Gras parade, freeing an enormous balloon of the sun. Several missions later, the balloon shows up floating over the causeway in "The Pontchartrain Bridge" mission.
* ContinuityNod
** Diavolo is a student of [[Film/AViewToAKill Max Zorin's]], mentioned in the above example. The premise of a mission in New Orleans seemed like it was going to be a nod to ''Film/LiveAndLetDie'', but this sadly wasn't the case.
** One of the buildings in the driving mission "Mardi Gras Mayhem" features the Phoenix Industries logo from VideoGame/{{Nightfire}}.
** The "Kiss Kiss Club" may or may not be a reference to ''Film/{{Thunderball}}''.
** At the end of "A Long Way Down," during the "Drop your weapon!" scene, not only does Bond pull the "destroy the floor" trick from ''Film/DieAnotherDay'', but one of the guards' guns makes the "picked up ammo" sound effect from ''Nightfire.''
* CoolCar: Not only do you get to drive the Aston Martin Vanquish, you also get a Porsche Cayenne Turbo SUV and a couple of ''sweet'' [[CoolBike motorbikes]].
* CutsceneIncompetence: A rare example that [[KaizoTrap harmfully affects the gameplay]]. If you are attempting to beat the Platinum mission ([[NintendoHard use no ammo]]) in "The Kiss Kiss Club", you '''must''' skip the cutscene halfway through where Bond enters the bar. During it, Bond fires two rounds of P99 ammo, which counts as ''you'' pulling the trigger and failing the mission!
* DirtyCommunists: Diavolo's motivations are to restore the Soviet Union.
* DisneyVillainDeath: [[spoiler: Both Diavolo and Nadanova. Nadanova falls down an elevator shaft in a jet, and Diavolo is thrown down a missile silo. As Bond put it: [[BondOneLiner "They fell for each other".]] A careful glance at the cutscene after the hoverjet comes down reveals that Diavolo managed to eject just in time. The bastard.]]
* {{EMP}}: In (coin) grenade form.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Diavolo was so ruthless that the KGB tried to have him killed while he was working for them.
* EvilGloating: Diavolo can't resist this.
* FaceHeelTurn: Katya Nadanova.
* FairCop: Agent Mya.
* FallingChandelierOfDoom
** A falling lighting rig this time, but still.
** There is an actual chandelier in the plantation manor [[spoiler: underneath which Diavolo and Yayakov manufacture their nanobots]]. You can shoot it down and kill the enemies below just like in the above example.
** The big sphere that falls and crushes Yayakov at the end of "Machinery of Evil."
* {{Fanservice}}
** The Bond Girls. You can earn more fanservicey outfits for each of them.
** The woman that you must massage in order for you to sneak by undetected when infiltrating the Kiss Kiss Club can also count. Her bare back is shown and is very much enjoying a personal back rub from the hands that are about to snap a few necks in the next couple of rooms.
* GameBreakingBug: In the final mission, with the use of a cheat to have infinite battery life, one can use the nano suit to maneuver past every single guard even though your cover has already been compromised by the start of the mission. Doing this however, will cause the game to fail to spawn the rocket launcher guard that must be defeated in order to progress through the mission.
* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: The end of the helicopter chase in Egypt. A fairly straightforward flying sequence ends up with Bond slugging it out with a hyper-futuristic base hidden in the middle of the Nile. It's got ''shield generators'' and looks like a leftover piece of concept art from ''VideoGame/RogueSquadron''. Completely forgotten immediately after its defeat. Wait, what?
* GoryDiscretionShot: Not so much visual as auditory. When Bond infiltrates the platinum mine he is discovered by [[spoiler: Dr. Nadanova]] and wakes up [[ControllableHelplessness restrained to a wall with a drill machine advancing towards his chest]]. Failing to disable it before it pierces Bond will cause the screen to fade to black and Bond lets out a grunt with nothing on the screen but the words MISSION FAILED.
* GrapplingHookPistol: Bond's Rappel Gun, which allows him to walk up and down walls.
* GuideDangIt: It's not mentioned in the in-game tutorials, but running straight without the slightest tilt will cause Bond to run much faster than he would at an angle. This is required to do in order to complete the Platinum objective for "A Simple Exchange", which challenges you to wrap up the whole stage in ''[[SpeedRun 40 seconds]]''.
* HeroOfAnotherStory: Bond himself is this in the game's coop mode. The coop campaign takes place before the main story, with the last chapter of that crossing over with the opening Egypt chapter. The playable agents will briefly encounter Bond near the end as he provides them with some means to escape before resuming his mission to rescue Dr. Nadanova.
* HollywoodAcid: The Vanquish's acid slick is lime-green. Its upgraded formula [[IncendiaryExponent catches fire]].
* HotScientist: Twice!
* HurricaneOfPuns: Par for the course in James Bond.
* HyperspaceArsenal: A tradition for Bond since ''Goldeneye 007''. It's somewhat plausible whenever he's wearing his stealth suit, which is covered in clips and holsters. Whenever he's wearing a business-suit or tuxedo, he literally pulls weapons from behind his back, as if he were in a cartoon.
* IncendiaryExponent: All over the place, from a flaming acid-slick to Jaws' flamethrower.
* InkSuitActor: Practically every main character. Pierce Brosnan, Judi Dench & John Cleese are a given. But the game also features Willem Dafoe & the original Jaws himself, Richard Kiel, as villains and lastly Creator/ShannonElizabeth, Heidi Klum and Mya as the game's "Bond Girls".
* ImplacableMan
** Jaws, making his third appearance in the ''Franchise/JamesBond'' franchise. Diavolo also does this as he survives increasingly impossible confrontations with Bond.
** Getting far enough into the survival mode will get you melee-specific enemies that only die from headshots. You can shoot a rocket-propelled grenade into their chests and empty your shotgun within their attack range and they will just get right off the floor and jump you. Oh, [[BolivianArmyEnding they're also spawning everywhere]].
* InstantSedation: The sleeper dart will bring any generic enemy to the ground in a second. It's explicitly stated that it only knocks them out for several hours but inspecting the enemy while in Bond Sense will register him as "dead" anyway.
* ItsAlwaysMardiGrasInNewOrleans: The mission is even called "Mardi Gras Mayhem".
* ItsAWonderfulFailure: Failing certain objectives during the course of the game will result in an alternate cutscene showing what you failed to prevent from occurring usually with M calling for Bond to return to MI6 after said failure.
* LargeHam: Willem [=DaFoe=] as a Bond villain? Yes please!
* MythologyGag: The Bond films are produced by Eon Productions. Cubby Broccoli, the founder, said Eon was an acronym for "Everything or Nothing" -- the cost of acquiring the rights to Bond would have bankrupted him if the first film had flopped.
* {{Nanomachines}}: A major part of Diavolo's plot.
* NintendoHard: The Platinum-rank mission objectives in each stage. Just to play one of them, you have to first achieve a certain high score in a stage to obtain Gold rank, and then the Platinum objective only comes up when playing on the hardest setting, "00 Agent" difficulty. The objectives run the gaumut from {{Speed Run}}s to [[SheatheYourSword limited ammo or melee-only runs]] to {{No Damage Run}}s and more. Fortunately, enduring all this (addictive) cruelty rewards you with some really powerful cheat codes.
* OneManArmy: Bond in almost every level kills hundreds of mooks, especially in the final one, where around every single corner there's at least ten armed guys ready to fight, culminating in a ''massive'' shootout within a maze of shipping containers.
* OptionalStealth: Most shooting levels are like this. It is almost always possible to complete the levels all-guns-blazing, but it's often very punishing on the highest difficulty setting. You do carry silenced and non-lethal weapons, however, and you also have a few EMP grenades which can disable security cameras and alarm systems. Sneaky actions, such as disabling the alarms or killing the guards so it seems like an accident, often give you "Bond Moments" which unlock extra content.
* PuppetGun: The Network Tap allows Bond to take over enemy turrets. It's only useful about twice in two of the last four levels.
* RacingTheTrain: Here, you have to race a train that carries the kidnapped [[HotScientist Dr. Nadanova]]. You can choose between the [[CoolCar Porsche Cayenne Turbo]] or the [[CoolBike Chimera]].
* RedRightHand
** Jaws' metal teeth (naturally).
** Yayakov's Terminator-esque right hand, which may or may not be made of platinum.
* RefugeInAudacity: What else do you call a scheme that involves ''platinum-plated tanks''? And platinum, metal-eating nanobots upgraded with spores from the Louisiana bayou, all of which is made in a high-tech plant concealed under a dilapidated plantation manor?
* SequelDifficultySpike: Harder than Nightfire, as Bond can be very fragile, stealth isn't as easy, and there are plenty of obstacles in the way!
* ShinySense / BulletTime: The Bond-Sense mode, which slows time to a crawl and illuminates callout points for Bond moves, and is handy for switching equipment in a pinch (you can normally do it on the fly, but that's in real-time).
* ShoePhone: Coin grenades. Penny = frag grenade; Fifty Pence = EMP grenade; Two Pound = strobe grenade.
* SpyBot: The Q-Spiders, which are subject to NewPowersAsThePlotDemands.
* TakeCover: Bond can take cover behind walls and pop out to shoot enemies.
* TakeAThirdOption: The whole point of (many of) the Bond Moves.
* ThemeTuneCameo: Agent Mya sings the game's theme song while undercover as a nightclub singer. [[spoiler:You have to show up in the bar before she finishes the song, though, or you'll be too late to save her life.]]
* ThirdPersonShooter
* TitleDrop: "Yes, Katya... ''Everything... or nothing.''" Also the final level is called "Everything or Nothing".
* TwoShotsFromBehindTheBar: After Bond crashes the Kiss Kiss Club, he automatically takes cover behind the bar and acquires a shotgun.
* UnwinnableTrainingSimulation: A literal example unlocked after you complete the game. It comes in two flavours; rounds with a single enemy type, and an early version of "Horde mode". [[BolivianArmyEnding They are both never-ending and increasingly brutal.]]
* WhyDontYouJustShootHim: Diavolo does this to 003.