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GoldenEye 007

by Rareware
Nintendo 64
Teen
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (484 customer reviews) 96 / 100

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  • ASIN: B00000DMAT
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 1 x 3 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (484 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,238 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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GoldenEye 007 has been a huge success for Rareware, and it's easy to see why. More than a simple movie translation, this has earned its top-seller status on its own. Fans of Doom and Quake will recognize the first-person shooter perspective, but there the similarity ends. James Bond 007 has too much style to simply blast everything in sight and move to the next level. No, as 007, the player has a variety of different missions to perform, each with its own specific objectives. Each mission follows the film closely, and so James must use stealth and cunning as much as brute force. But if you see a Kalashnikov rifle lying around, by all means pick it up.

Controls are easy to master, which is impressive considering the variety of actions the onscreen hero can perform. James can run and walk at variable speeds, duck, pivot, hide, attach mines to enemy helicopters, block doors from opening, and more. The optional auto-aim feature is especially nice. Of course, James Bond is proficient in a wide variety of weapons. You get to use them all, from the trusty Walther PPK (with silencer) to double sets of full-auto machine guns.

The game's faithful tribute to the Bond legacy includes briefing dossiers on each mission, complete with wisecracks from Q and flirtatious comments from Moneypenny. And the 3-D representation of locations and characters from the movie is very impressive. The Rareware team spent time on the set with digital cameras, and it shows.

One of the distinguishing features of the game is the outstanding artificial intelligence of the enemies. When attacked, squads will rush to hit the alarm. If they make it, reinforcements come running. Enemy soldiers respond to being shot or blown up with chilling realism. According to Rareware, there are over 30 different animation routines that come into play, depending on where the soldier is hit. For those who prefer the challenge of human opponents, there are six clever multiplayer modes where up to four players can shoot it out, as teams or solo agents.

With excellent gameplay, intelligence, and style, GoldenEye 007 is a first-person shooter that'll keep you coming back for more. --Jeanne Uy

Pros:

  • Built-in save capability for up to 4 players
  • Auto-aim feature helps novice players feel like a sharpshooter
  • Rich, complex game world filled with detail and variety
  • Great bonus missions
Cons:
  • Sometimes cinematic scenes for fulfilling mission objectives are a bit anticlimactic

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66 of 73 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A complete revolution September 2, 2003
Format:Video Game
This is the one game that I would play day in and day out, for more than a year. The one game where I discovered something new almost every time I played. It was the one game which brought me and my friends together religiously at least 3 or 4 times a week. Somehow it just wouldn't die, no matter how hard we tried.
At first, it just seemed so standard and bland. Playing muliplayer for the first time, I had problems finding guns and felt confused and bored running through the Temple level. soon, somehow, something clicked, and me and my friends ended up playing it for about 4 hours straight. Towards the end of that introductory marathon Goldeneye session, we took our first stride out of the standard Deathmatch restriction- increasing my character's health to its highest limit and my friends fighting against me. Thus we coined the "God" mode, and we played this variant to death in the coming months.
It didn't end there. We had fests where we would do nothing but attack each other with punches. We bought a bunch of video cable and conected three televisions together to form a sort of splitscreen, LAN-type mode, covering up other player's screens so we wouldn't know where the other players were. We playedthe Team mode constantly, refining our knowledge of the levels and our marksmanship. Fed up with auto-aiming, we turned it off and further honed our skills. I began to be able to play the Complex level in my sleep. Proximity mines soon became an addiction. We pushed the game to its limits, learning that we could move the ammo boxes, shields, and guns around by shooting them, thus reworking their positions and creating large stockpiles in team games.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Possibly the best N64 game ever created March 8, 2000
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Format:Video Game
Durability: 5.0 out of 5 stars    Educational: 5.0 out of 5 stars    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
The biggest reason this game deserves 5 stars is its repeat-playability. It takes much time to beat all the levels in each Agent mode, and you must work to get the two bonus levels. Also, you must work to get each cheat as well. Instead of pressing a few buttons to get a cheat, you must beat certain levels in a certain amount of time. Even after you've beaten everything, and you're tired of the One-Player Missions, you can have a blast with the multiplayer battle! You can play with up to 3 of your friends and battle each other in different unique stages and different battle modes. I've been playing the multiplayer with my friends for 3 years and haven't gotten tired of it one bit. You won't want to put this game away, EVER! Even if you aren't a fan of first-person shooters.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars GoldenEye 007 January 5, 2000
By A Customer
Format:Video Game
Durability: 5.0 out of 5 stars    Educational: 5.0 out of 5 stars    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is amazing. It has great graphics, great sound, EXCELLENT multiplayer, a great lasting appeal, and a great single player mode? What more could you ask for? Only one thought comes to mind...a two-four play co-op mode. There are many levels in this magnificent game, ranging from a snowy tundra in Severnaya, to a tropical jungle in Cuba. I played this game before I saw the movie, and when I finally did see the movie, I knew what would happen because the game follows extremely close to the movie. I could actually name the levels from the game while watching the movie. The graphics are outstanding and the frameate is great (unless you have many "bad guys" in the room at one time). One bad thing is that once you shoot someone, you will see their dying sequence then their body will dissappear. This can be good though, especially when you are using cheats and kill many people, you wouldn't want to see all of those bodies on the floor, would you? It would get too cluttered. This was the very first game I purchased for my N64. I still play it today, not bored one bit. GoldenEye in my opinion, and many others, is the best game on ANY game system. You cannot go wrong with this game. Oh and to all of those weird people who don't like GoldenEye...you need to get your head checked out or something. I recommend this game to ANYONE.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best game ever! May 7, 2000
By A Customer
Format:Video Game
Durability: 5.0 out of 5 stars    Educational: 5.0 out of 5 stars    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is GREAT! The weapons are good, except for the Klobb ( hey, nobody's perfect! ). I have not seen the movie, but I feel like I know the movie by heart after playing this a couple of zillion times. From what I hear, the game follows the movie very closely. The controls are great, the guards are a gag, and the action is superior. Perfect Dark ( Rareware's follow up game to GoldenEye ) looks absolutely stupid. It doesn't have real weapons in it, whereas GoldenEye does. Let me give u some examples. The Assault Rifle, Sniper Rifle, Shotgun ( not the auto-shotgun ) and the PP7 ( the PPK in real life--Police Pistol ). Those are only a few examples. I like almost all the levels, except for a few. The Train is one of the best levels there is. U can play up to a 4 multi-player game, where u can choose what weapons u would like to use, AND u can choose what TYPE of multi-player game u would like to play. U can set ur health from -10 to +10, and how many kills it takes to win. There are 3 levels of difficulty, each harder than the other. There's Agent, Secret Agent, and 00 Agent. Agent's the easiest, Secret Agent next, and last 00 Agent. BUY THIS GAME! U won't regret it!
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