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A history of Bond girls

Dominique is a smoking hot French intelligence agent who is not afraid to use her sensuality to get the job done.  As Nightfire was another game sans film, we have no actresses for Dominique or the other Nightfire girls.

 

Nightfire again pushed the envelope on the rendering of sexy ladies by capturing the feminine charms of sinister bodyguard Makiko. As long as you stayed away from multiplayer, Nightfire’s ladies were a treat to behold.

 

No Bond girl before or since has abs like Alura. The cute Aussie spy takes a backseat to Dominique and Makiko, but we’d still happily join her there.

 

Pussy Galore, from the film Goldfinger, has the most memorable name of any Bond girl. While we’d love for Pussy to get her own game someday, we were happy to see her featured prominently in Goldeneye: Rogue Agent and included among the retro characters available in Nightfire’s multiplayer mode.

   Nightfire followed by Rogue Agent

Her multiple game appearances bring up an important point in the game vs reality debate: game girls always look better with age, but Honor Blackman (who played Pussy Galore in 1964) is now an octogenarian.

 

Even though there was no film counterpart to Everything or Nothing, the babes were based on real actresses. The luscious Shannon Elizabeth lent her voice and likeness to the character of Serena St. Germaine, a sexy geologist studying sexy rocks in a sexy mine while getting covered with sexy soot. Not as good as a warm apple pie, but we’ll take what we can get.

 

Supermodel Heidi Klum was the basis for Dr. Katya Nadanova, Oxford professor and nanotech specialist. Thanks to advancements in 3D scanning technology, the game finally starts to approach an acceptable level of realism…

…though it still misses the delicate interplay of water, fabric and nipple that make the real Klum so enticing.

 

Misaki Ito, the lovely Japanese actress/model, is the inspiration for Miss Nagai. We have no idea how Bond gets any work done with her around.

 

Rounding out the multicultural babe-fest that is Everything or Nothing, R&B star Mya performed the title song as well as taking the role of curvaceous NSA agent Mya Starling.

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