At the suggestion of a listener, Andrew Grech, Nick and I decided to revisit (for the first time for both of us) the cult classic FPS, No One Lives Forever.
The game has a great reputation for its clever parody of spy thrillers and for its forward thinking game design. We decided to put that reputation to the test and see if No One Lives Forever has anything to offer gamers over a decade after its initial release.
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