Monday, March 01, 2004

NanoRobots shake (do not stir) the world

Everything or Nothing: Overview:

    The recent theft of Oxford University's highly classified prototype nano-robot project and the disappearance of its overseer, Dr Katya Nadanova has casued in the global intelligence community. This nanobot project was a humanitarian effort intended to facilitate that remote inspection and repair of hazardous nuclear containment facilities. However in the wrong hands, this technology could be used for entirely more sinister purposes.

    This is where you come in, Bond. We've already identified the rogue political faction responsible for the theft and tracked them to a secret facility in Egypt’s Sahara Desert. Your mission, 007, is to destroy both the hardware and the facility. The fate of the world may very well rest once again on your success.

From UGO:

    The story is based around the sort-of sci-fi machinery that is nanotechnology. Brilliant scientist Dr. Katya Nadanova (Heidi Klum – Hey, if Denise Richards can play a nuclear scientist in a Bond film, this is no big stretch) is kidnapped, and her nano-work stolen, by the nefarious Nikolai Diavolo (Dafoe) who, natch, wants to use it to achieve world domination. More

And this from Wired News: James Bond: Great Game, Bad Movie James Bond 007:Everything/Nothing (Nintendo Games)


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