Agent Under Fire Coming SoonThe world of James Bond is brought alive on the next generation console systems with the release of James Bond 007 in...Agent Under Fire(TM) for the Nintendo GameCube(TM) and the Xbox(TM) video game system from Microsoft in North America. In partnership with MGM Interactive for the highly coveted 007-license, Electronic Arts is publishing the games under the EA GAMES(TM) brand. The games follow the top selling PlayStation® 2 version released last fall. The Xbox version will be available on March 26. Similar to the PlayStation 2 version, gamers of the Xbox and Nintendo GameCube systems will engage in a first-ever 007 experience on the respective platforms. The game delivers a unique and complete Bond adventure that immerses the player in the exciting world of secret agent 007 through 12 mission-based levels -- comprised of first-person action, covert stealth and fast driving -- spread out over 10 exotic worldwide locations. The action levels will give players the option of blasting their way through each area using high tech weaponry, quietly relying on spy-craft tricks and state-of-the-art gadgets as well as nerve tingling stealth to accomplish mission objectives or a combination of all three. The driving levels, developed by the team behind EAs award-winning Need For Speed(TM) series, will feature an array of 007 exotic cars and other vehicles inspired by the Bond movies, including the BMW Z8(TM), Aston Martin DB5(TM), as well as a MGF-34 combat tank. True to the Bond universe, the vehicles are filled with Q-lab weapons and gadgets including rockets, guided missiles, machine guns, oil slicks, smoke screens and more. Helping to enrich the game experience, both versions feature new enhancements including a more robust multiplayer mode -- specifically, the addition of Artificial Intelligence (AI) bots -- that is set in 12 unique arenas and five varying modes. In addition, players can select between three difficulty modes -- Operative, 007 and 007 Agent -- in between each level if they chose to do so. Agent Under Fire for the Nintendo GameCube and Xbox consoles was produced by Electronic Arts in Redwood City, CA and Electronic Arts Canada in Vancouver, British Columbia. More information can be found on the official EA product web site www.007.ea.com. Both versions carry an ESRB rating of ``T (Teen) and MSRP of US$49.99.