Stylistically, From Russia With Love basically nails it, but falters at times. This is the first Bond game to feature the voice and likeness of Sean Connery, and recaptures the unique look and feel of the many varied locations from the 1960ís movie of the same name. However, there are portions when the style is replaced by a more generic feeling. Iíve seen enough ďgenericĒ warehouses and laboratories. Itís not a big issue, but serves notice that the game doesnít keep up its high levels of quality throughout the entire experience.
Technically, the game's graphics are quite impressive. The old adage is that graphics arenít that important, but they should matter a bit more when youíre making a game based off a visual medium like film, especially now that current hardware can do so well in recreating it. Thankfully, From Russia With Love does not disappoint and with few exceptions maintains a high quality of presentation throughout.
The sound effects and voice acting are quite good. Again, coming from a source material with such a rich heritage, it was important for the sound to reflect that same high quality and does a great job. Musically, the game presents the classic Bond montages and musical elements superbly.