Activision has managed to get near enough all of the major actors on board from Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace for its upcoming James Bond game.
The once condemned, now celebrated Daniel Craig will obviously take up the voice of Bond himself, with backing from Judi Dench and M, as well as Eva Green and Mads Mikkelsen who'll play their roles of Vesper Lynd and Le Chiffre from Casino Royale.
From this, we're guessing there will be a bit of an overlap with Craig's first outing as Bond, but the game is certainly more focussed on the new film and therefore have Mathieu Amalric as Dominic Greene and Olga Kurylenko as Bond's mandatory new bit of fluff.
That's a pretty impressive line up for a game, something developer Treyarch's big boss Mark Lamia, puts down to being given "unprecedented access to the key talent from the movie".
You can expect to see the game released alongside the new film on October 31st in the UK. Treyarch is devleoping the PS3 and 360 versions, while Beenox Studios tinkers away for the Wii and PC versions. Vicarious Visions is working on the DS, and finally Eurocom on the PS2. All are Activision developers though, so hopefully all versions will get the pros behind their characters.