Here the Intro Sequence extended into the first mission intro to get the whole starting story down prior to the tutorial. This uses v3 of the Widescreen patch with maxed out settings in-game and in the Nvidia Control Panel. Running at 1080p and 60fps.
No One Lives Forever (aka The Operative: No One Lives Forever) is an FPS series with a 60’s Austin Powers-esque campiness and stars a female lead. They are two terrific games which are unavailable via any traditional means currently due to rights uncertainty and lazy gaming conglomerates.
@Copyright Monolith and Fox Interactive, build on the Lithtech engine (also used for the Blood games).
Additional info from Wikipedia: A story-driven game set in the 1960s, No One Lives Forever has been critically acclaimed for, among other things, its stylistic representation of the era in the spirit of many spy films and television series of that decade, as well as for its humor. Players control female protagonist Cate Archer, who works for a secret organization that watches over world peace. In addition to a range of firearms, the game contains several gadgets, which are disguised as ordinary female fashion items.
At the time of its release, many reviewers felt that No One Lives Forever was the best first-person shooter since 1998’s critically acclaimed Half-Life. After receiving several Game of the Year awards in the press, a special Game of the Year Edition was released in 2001, which included an additional mission. The Operative: No One Lives Forever was followed by a sequel entitled No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy in H.A.R.M.’s Way released in 2002, and a spin-off that takes place during the time between the first two games entitled Contract J.A.C.K. released in 2003, both developed by Monolith.