007: Agent Under Fire
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007: Agent Under Fire is a James Bond based video game with an original plot. For two decades, it was the only 3D James Bond video game to not feature the likeness of any particular movie Bond, even in advertising. Here Bond's face is based on Andrew Bicknell's and he is voiced by Adam Blackwood, who previously voiced a Pierce Brosnan faced Bond in 007: The World Is Not Enough. Infamously, both the PlayStation 2 and Xbox versions were instrumental to softmodding their respective consoles.
The following weapons appear in the video game 007: Agent Under Fire:
Smith & Wesson SW99
Called the "Wolfram P2K" in the game, the Smith & Wesson SW99 is Bond's standard sidearm throughout the whole game. It starts with a (rather small) 6-round magazine and can be fitted with a silencer. A special version called the "Golden Gun", which is a gold plated SW99 that holds 12 rounds, replaces it if the player earns a Gold Medal in the 1st level, and further upgrades improve the rate of fire, power, and magazine capacity of the gun when unlocked. The gun in game is clearly the Smith & Wesson and not the Walther version as in reloading animations you can clearly see the round insert for the S&W Logo as well as having the same slide, textured grip, and rounded trigger guard.
What appears to be a Colt Anaconda appears in the game as the "Viper".
Desert Eagle Mark XIX
A Desert Eagle Mark XIX appears in the game as the "Defender". It has a rather small magazine of only 6 rounds.
Pneu Dart Model 179B CO2 Pistol
The Pneu Dart Model 179B CO2 Pistol appears in-game as a tranquilizer gun. Despite being only single-shot in real life, this one has a 3 shot magazine.
Heckler & Koch MP5A1
An MP5A1 appears in-game as the "Koffler & Stock KS7". Correctly holds 30 rounds.
A MAC-10 appears in-game as the "Ingalls". It inaccurately holds 40 rounds.
The Calico M960 appears as the "Calypso". It's fitted with a 100 round magazine, but only holds 80 rounds.
The FN P90 appears in-game as the "Munitions Belgique PS100". It incorrectly holds 60 rounds instead of 50, but at least that's 20 less than the 80 round magazine it had in Goldeneye 007.
Two different versions of the AKM appear in-game. The standard version, called the "Kazakovich KA-57", holding 30 rounds and can be found in most of the normal missions. The other has lower-detail model, called the "KA-57S", and appears in the on-rail shooting sections, holding 50 rounds and has a faster fire rate.
Steyr AUG A1
A Steyr AUG A1 rifle with a muzzle brake appears in-game as the "Meyer-Westlicher UGW". It incorrectly holds 40 rounds.
Heckler & Koch G11 K2
The Heckler & Koch G11K2 appears in-game as the "Koffler & Stock D17". It holds the correct 50 rounds, but erroneously ejects shell casings despite firing caseless ammunition in real life.
The Franchi SPAS-12 appears in-game as the game's only shotgun. Like the AKM, two different variants of the weapon exist. The main one available is called the "Frinesi Special 12" and the on-rails version is simply called "Shotgun". Strangely, the on-rails version uses a box magazine like on the SPAS-14 prototype.
SIG-Sauer SSG 3000
The SIG-Sauer SSG 3000 appears in-game as the "SWZ SSR 4000". It holds 4 rounds.
General Electric M134 Minigun
A usable M134 Minigun appears mounted on a tank. It's modeled with no sight of any sort.
Mounted Browning M2HBs appear in a few places.
Mk 153 SMAW
Called the "MRL-22", the Mk 153 SMAW rocket launcher appears in certain levels.
Mk 2 hand grenade
Mk 2 hand grenades are usable in-game.