007 Legends gets Goldeneye's writer, plus Jaws and Drax actors
Activision has attached a few more names to the upcoming 007 Legends, which follows a virtual Daniel Craig through several old James Bond movies. The game is written by Bruce Feirstein, who wrote the film versions of Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies, and The World is Not Enough, and worked with Activision on Bond remakes and adaptations in the past, including 007 Everything or Nothing and 2010's Bloodstone.

Richard Kiel joins the cast to reprise his role of Jaws from Moonraker, while Michael Londsdale appears as Hugo Drax, the villain whose aim is to destroy humanity. It was previously announced that Skyfall's Naomie Harris and Rory Kinnear will both appear in the game as well, as Bond's love interest and the MI6 Chief of Staff, respectively. We'll probably hear about even more cast and crew announcements for 007 Legends on the way to its release on October 16.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.