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GoldenEye 007: Reloaded

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
128 customer reviews
Metascore: 72 / 100
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  • 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
  • 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.
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Platform: PlayStation 3 | 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: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B005DKMCCG
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 1, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (128 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,666 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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56 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Preston W on November 1, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard Verified Purchase
I am thoroughly enjoying Goldeneye Reloaded--even more so than I did Battlefield 3. Granted, I'm much more of a campaign player as opposed to a Multiplayer fan. I don't know about you guys, but Goldeneye 64 was one of the best games of all time when it was released. I'm not much of a Bond fan, but I AM a fan of a quality FPS. This game has good graphics, solid voice acting, a modernized, coherent story (featuring Russians, of course), and a nostalgic feel. The controls are tight and mostly responsive and the guns are meaty and fun to shoot. The AI is inconsistent (dumb at times, smart at others), and I've seen better visuals, but nonetheless, this is a high quality, worthy remake of a remake of a game which was based upon a previously-released movie.

For some reason, it seems that this game isn't making much of a splash in terms of sales or popularity, which is a shame. I suppose we could attribute that partially to last week's release of Battlefield 3 and this week's release of Uncharted 3. Battlefield 3 is a quality game for shooter fans, no doubt, but I appreciate the fact that Goldeneye: Reloaded has a lengthier campaign with no cheap deaths. I sincerely hope this game doesn't get lost in the shuffle. I haven't dabbled into Multiplayer much but from what I can tell it has a good variety of maps with some nice unlockables. Obviously, the Mutiplayer component isn't as comprehensive as that in a game like Battlefield 3, but there are some Multiplayer modes that you haven't played to death in other games, some of which seem to be exclusive to this game entirely--i.e. Golden Gun and Heroes mode. If you're a Multiplayer fan, I think there is some merit in this title in that you will have some exciting game types other than the obligatory Team Deathmatch and Free for All.
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33 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer on November 20, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
Let me preface this by saying that while I own a Xbox 360, I am not a gamer. My stash of games consists the Lego games and Orange Box. I once (a long time ago) played Max Payne on the PC the whole way through. But after renting Reloaded from RedBox two weekends in a row, Amazon's lightening deal ($25 off)convinced me to buy it. If you like James Bond, Mission Impossible, and the Bourne trilogy movies....you'll be entertained by this game. A great soundtrack, great graphics, and it makes me feel like I am actually SKILLED at playing a video game. I'm looking forward to getting through the game at different skill levels as well as taking the M16 challenges. Personally, I appreciate that there are no zombies, aliens or spaceships, and that most of the game takes place in broad daylight in recognizable surroundings. I also appreciate that when an enemy expires, they simply evaporate and that there is not a lot of blood and hoopla. In fact, the only blood you see is when you get "killed in action". And I have experienced that a lot. So why am I giving this 5 stars? Because of it's ability to keep even a non-gamer captivated and entertained.
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39 of 48 people found the following review helpful By S. Brown on November 4, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
I spent countless hours of my adolescent years playing Goldeneye 64 in my friend's basement after school and have warm and fond memories of those times. Being that it was one of the games that brought me the most joy from the N64/PS1 period, I was ecstatic when I heard Goldeneye was to be remade for the Wii in 2010. I bought the game for Wii, and although it didn't quite hold up to it's HD shooter counterparts on the PS3 and Xbox 360, it was a fun and well-done shooter for the Wii. The multiplayer felt a bit rough around the edges, but the single-player was fun and one of the best Wii games of 2010.

That said, this is a review of the newly released "Reloaded" version that I thought I'd pick up for the PS3, specifically with those of us who have also played the Wii version in mind. Reloaded is certainly superior to the Wii version in every way. The graphics have been cleaned up and the controls feel more precise. That said, don't expect graphics to be on par with Uncharted 3 or the multiplayer to among the ranks of a Call of Duty experience. Is it good? Yes. Is it worth $60? Certainly not.

One element of the Wii version that I found refreshing and fun was that Goldeneye offers the option of stealth in a FPS market that is overridden with games where you're constantly placed in high-octane war-zones where you're constantly firing rounds from a machine gun. I played Black Ops and MW2's campaign and found both fairly boring simply because there was little variety. In Goldeneye, it's often best (and most enjoyable) to just use your silenced pistol and take down baddies without setting off alarms and calling in waves of reinforcements. In short, the campaign is certainly worth playing.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Eduardo Luna on November 8, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
First off I'm going to just let everyone know that I am a hardcore James Bond fan. So this review will be a tad bit biased, but I am also a connoisseur of First Person Shooters. As such, I will admit that this game is not without its flaws. The graphics are sub-par at best, and underwhelming at worst. But this is no surprise since this game is basically a port of the Wii version that came out a year ago. Surprisingly this did not really bother me while I was playing the game. I am absolutely smitten with the campaign. At the moment I am near the end of the campaign and I have enjoyed every minute of it. It is wonderfully updated, and still remains pretty faithful to the original story. Sure it does seem that it is rushed in some areas, but for the most part it is quite satisfying to play through the campaign. The addition of secondary objectives in harder difficulty settings adds a bit of replay value to the game, but not much. In its entirety, the campaign can be completed in about 6-8 hours on the "agent" difficulty. The multiplayer component of this game still needs to be fixed, but it can be quite fun and addicting. It is hard to get into a match because this game does not have a large player base, but when you do get into a match it is very entertaining. Finally, the MI6 ops is similar in nature to the Modern Warfare 2 Spec Ops component. It is fun to play, and just adds to the game. As you can see, I have used the word "fun" quite a bit in this review. In essence this game is not revolutionary. It will not be a bestseller. And this is unfortunate, because this game is remarkably entertaining. In my opinion, this is the best 007 game since the original Goldeneye on the 64. If you're a James Bond fan, go pick this up now.
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