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MGM Interactive was a unit of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer that distributed video games based on the studio's films and properties. Established in 1994, its first James Bond content was the CD-ROM reference guide James Bond 007: The Ultimate Dossier, released in November 1996 in North America for the Windows 3.1 and Windows 95 platforms.[1][2] After almost a decade of Bond releases, its final 007 game was the 2005 adaptation of From Russia with Love. After 2007, MGM Interactive folded, with subsequent MGM licensed games released using the standard MGM logo.

Software released

References

  1. The Ultimate James Bond: An Interactive Dossier, ‎C-NET television, Sci-Fi Channel, 1996
  2. Newsweek, ‎Newsweek Media Group, December 9th 1996, p.10
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