No One Lives Forever’s ’60s Mod Aesthetic Was An Absolute Masterpiece
When it comes to spy-centric fiction, all we typically get is James Bond, Mission: Impossible, or films and games of that ilk. Enter The Operative: No One Lives Forever, one of the most exciting video game series involving espionage of all time, and one that's unfortunately fallen by the wayside over the years.
The franchise practically embodied the sly style of the '60s, with a modern, independent woman as a protagonist, and some seriously funky action. Seeing it be swept under the rug feels nearly criminal.
Here's why it's worth rediscovering (or playing for the first time) in the new decade.