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GoldenEye 007: Reloaded

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Teen
3.7 out of 5 stars 99 customer reviews
Metascore: 72 / 100
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  • Refined. Recharged. Reloaded.
  • True Next Gen - Experience GoldenEye on the next gen platform with stunning visuals, fast frenetic action, covert stealth gameplay and unforgettable characters.
  • Upgraded Multiplayer - Replay the multiplayer game that defined a generation but, now, with all new enhancements:
  • Customize your gameplay with more modifiers and weapon loadouts than ever before in BOTH the single AND multi-player campaigns. Play with standard controllers, Playstation Move, the Playstation Sharp Shooter, or the Top Shot Elite. You decide
  • Personalize and enhance your gameplay with more modifiers and weapon loadouts than ever before in both single- and multiplayer campaigns
  • Blast more classic Bond villains away using an impressive arsenal of powerful weapons
  • Play Covert, Elimination, Defense and Assault game modes across 11 unlockable challenge areas in the new MI-6 Ops mode
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Product Description

Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard

Product Description

Experience the GoldenEye game updated for the X360/PS3 with beautiful graphics, upgraded multiplayer capabilities, multiple controller types, and enhanced gameplay customizations.

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You've got your weapon out but the screen tells you that you're fresh out of ammo. You're frantically running in circles, waiting for an ammo box to reappear but luck is not on your side. After a quick peek at the screen, you know that your opponent has full health, powerful weaponry and is hot on your trail. Where's the ammo when you need it? Gunshots ring out and your character winces as your health flashes onscreen. Oddjob's on the upper level and he's shooting at you like fish in a barrel.

Goldeneye007 Reloaded
All new features
All new features
Play classic multiplayer modes
Play classic multiplayer modes

Synopsis

The classic shooter is back with all-new features. With more legendary characters, upgraded multiplayer capabilities, numerous controller options and stunning graphics, GoldenEye 007: Reloaded is here to quench your thirst for James Bond action. Unlock 11 challenge areas in the new MI-6 mode, and play Covert, Elimination, Defense and Assault game modes. Paintball, Melee Only, Golden Gun and other classic multiplayer action returns for split-screen and online fun. Blast classic Bond villains to smithereens using signature weapons. Take the action online and relive your favorite multiplayer shooter with up to 16 players. Take advantage of everything you remember about the classic multiplayer maps, and get to know four all-new layouts. Bond's back — and he'sReloaded. Are you?



Key Features:

  • Personalize and enhance your gameplay with more modifiers and weapon loadouts than ever before in both single- and multiplayer campaigns
  • Blast more classic Bond villains away using an impressive arsenal of powerful weapons
  • Play Covert, Elimination, Defense and Assault game modes across 11 unlockable challenge areas in the new MI-6 Ops mode
  • Enhance your single-player gameplay for the first time ever with campaign modifiers, including Infinite Ammo, Golden Gun, Paintball, RPG and more
  • Actively compete and compare your scores in unlockable and expanded time trial modes on time trial leaderboards
  • Play classic multiplayer modes for split-screen and online fun, including Paintball, Melee Only and Golden Gun, and discover all-new modes yet to be revealed
  • Engage in private bouts with classic health, classic weapons and more
  • Relive the legendary multiplayer maps and explore four all-new areas
  • Take out your enemies in classic multiplayer modes with brand-new characters, signature weapons, gadgets and abilities
  • Compete with up to 16 players online

Product Details

Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B005DKMC6M
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 1, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,559 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Standard Verified Purchase
This game more than partially satisfied N64 nostalgia, but it is in no way a replacement. The missions have been elaborated, the weapons have been modernized, and there are dramatic sequences of cinematic cutscenes. Personally, I really liked this game. It was fascinating to see how the developers elaborated and expanded on the player experience from Nintendo 64's Goldeneye. Fairly challenging achievement catalog, too, if you're into that.
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First of all, I've had this game on pre-order since mid-year. The N64 version constituted my childhood. This was the first person shooter that we came home from school on Friday's just waiting to play. This was the all night pizza party/sleep over game. This was grade school bliss. To this day as a college grad we still sit down once every other month or so to play N64 Goldeneye. I couldn't WAIT for this game to be out on Xbox 360 and re-live the glory in high def.

So last night I unboxed Goldeneye, ordered pizza, had my friends over and we all anticipated reliving our favorite N64 game with new gameplay and hi def graphics.

The game started with no familiar intro or music. The menus we're re-done of course and looked good. Mounting excitement led to our first round of disappointment when multiplayer asked us to 'pick our class.' Huh? Goldeneye is supposed to have multiplayer weapons sets for the whole team, not individual classes! Where are grenade launchers or proximity mines, pistols or power weapons?!

Next we noticed that there were no 'game modes' like 'you only live twice' or 'license to kill.' So we thought 'ok, we'll do it manually.' But you can't even handicap your health down to 0 for a license to kill effect. So there's no old school game modes or even a way to re-create them!

So okay, no weapons we like and no game modes. But at least there's the characters right? It's GOLDENEYE afterall! SO we each have always played the same character. Odjob, Travelyen, Zenia, and Helicopter Pilot. Of the above, Odjob is the only one still existent. No Travelyan in GOLDENEYE?! How? He's in the movie!

And the final multiplayer nail in the coffin was the maps. Only one or two maps were the same.
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OK game overall, the remake of the game is a bit off putting. All of the characters have changed and the missions have changed. Some of the really cool parts of the game changed quite a bit. Kinda took away from the nostalgia that I was looking for.
If I had to do it all over again, I would probably just buy a used N64 and get the original game.
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I have to admit, I was a bit skeptical about this game simply because it seemed to be but a simple port from the Wii to the PS3 and Xbox 360. For some, that may still be the case. However, GoldenEye Reloaded is undeniably the best Bond game that Activision has produced. Activision's previous installments to the Bond franchise (Quantum of Solace and Blood Stone) weren't deserving of the James Bond title, simply because they were just Call of Duty games with an espionage spy theme. GoldenEye Reloaded shares similarities to the Call of Duty games, (game engine, some aspects of gameplay, and multiplayer) but there's more of a Bond sensation than the previous games.

While most believe that GoldenEye Reloaded is a remake of the classic Nintendo 64 video game, GoldenEye 007, it is not. Instead, GoldenEye Reloaded aims to be a reimagining of the classic gaming success, featuring Daniel Craig, the current portrayal of 007, and modernized locations, weapons, and the overall feel. From the start of the game in the Arkhangelsk dam, to the classic Archives and tank chase, to the Nigerian jungles (previously Cuba), the game is more reminiscent of the original game than it's Nintendo Wii counterpart.

You would be foolish to judge the game without playing it for yourself, especially considering the biased and often times inaccurate reviews from angry gamers and Call of Duty fanboys. The graphics are nothing shy of excellent, especially from Activision. If you're expecting graphics similar to Uncharted or Heavy Rain, I'm afraid you'll be disappointed. However, take it with a grain of salt and it's guaranteed you will appreciate the beauty of the visuals if you avoid comparing it to more advanced gaming experiences.
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By AMP on October 21, 2014
Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Standard Verified Purchase
Not really impressed by this version of GoldenEye. Actually it really wasn't what I was expecting. I was hoping it would be quite similar to the original release, which was awesome! So don't go into it expecting to be able to shoot up bathroom stalls or even see the original clip of Bond jumping off the dam. Yes it may look cooler, but sometimes original is just so much better.
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Let's face it, people in their 20's only purchase titles like this for nostalgia. I wanted to recapture my N64 youth. There were a lot of points in the game that reminded me of that experience, but honestly, if one looks back it doesn't hold up as much as we'd like it too. This game is good in its own right. A little rigid perhaps, and it doesn't have much replayability for me, but the multiplayer is fun if you want to avoid the hyper-competitive realism of the COD's.
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