Activision sent out a press release today confirming that several of the Bond characters we've seen so far in trailers and previews, including Moonraker's Jaws and Hugo Drax, will in fact be played by their original actors. Other actors from more recent Bond films will be reprising their roles as well.

Michael Lonsdale and Richard Kiel return as Moonrake villains Hugo Drax and Jaws, while Rory Kinnear returns as MI6's Chief of Staff from Quantum of Solace, Bill Tanner. Naomi Harris (from the upcoming Skyfall) will return alongside Daniel Craig (as Bond, of course) as well.

Furthermore, the game's "overarching story" is being penned by Bruce Feirstein, whose credits include GoldenEye, The World is Not Enough, and Tomorow Never Dies. Does that mean the game will have a story beyond those of the six individual films it recreates? We're not sure.

Finally, David Arnold and Kevin Kiner are composing.

Will all this returning talent make 007 Legends a better game? What do you think the game's "overarching story" could be? Tell us in the comments or on Twitter.