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Goldeneye Rogue Agent - PlayStation 2

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Teen
51 customer reviews
Metascore: 60 / 100

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  • Build your own personalized villain, equipped with a customizable synthetic eye and physical attributes
  • rogue agent integrates single-player, multiplayer split-screen, and online gameplay
  • fight with and against legendary villains and bond girls
  • Travel to famous Bond movie locations, from the mountains of Switzerland to the streets of Hong Kong, from Fort Knox tot he Caribbean
  • Upgrade your synthetic eye with new features as you rise up the ranks
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Why save the world when you can rule it? Going where no previous James Bond game dared to tread, GoldenEye: Rogue Agent breaks all the rules by transporting players to the dark side of the Bond universe to experience life as a high-rolling, cold-hearted villain. As an aspiring 00 agent dismissed from MI6 for reckless brutality, you hired as an enforcer by Auric Goldfinger, the wealthy super-villain with a lust for all things gold. Cross paths with such legendary allies and enemies as Oddjob, Scaramanga, Xenia Onatopp, and, of course, Pussy Galore on several globe-spanning missions of vengeance as you make your unrelenting rise through the ranks to the top of the villain world. Featured modes include story-driven campaign missions, deathmatch style simulator trials, and objective-based war games for single and multiplayer play.

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Platform: PlayStation2
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  • ASIN: B0002IQCHU
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 4.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 12, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,263 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Unlucky Frank on October 25, 2005
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
I was playing REVENGE OF THE SITH and got a little bored with it. I said to myself, "I need to put down this lightsaber and get me some guns." Even though I bought this a while ago for 50 bucks, it was just sitting around the house because I put so much time in on KILLZONE. I looked at the manual for the controls and popped it in. I wasn't expecting much. Not too many people liked it. Well, I have to say this one is definitely a lot of FUN!! And guns are way better than lightsabers anyway.

I've never played GOLDENEYE for N64, so I can't say how it stacks up. I thought EGM magazine said it was the same engine. I don't care, I'm having a blast with this!!

The character was a little clunky at first, but I got into the OPTIONS during PAUSE and ramped up the SENSITIVITY for the X and Y axis almost ALL THE WAY. Now the action is fast and I'm moving well. Getting a handle on the controls EARLY is essential. You can only carry one weapon in each hand at any one time and some weapons require 2 hands. 2 handed weapons have a ZOOM feature as well as the SNIPER RIFLE. You also need to pick up weapons that are dropped, very quickly and on the fly. Grenades look weird, but you can throw them far. The animation makes it look like you're throwing a candied yam. Yay. You can only throw grenades with your left hand and only when your left hand is empty. So I learned very quickly to drop my left-handed weapon and throw a grenade, then pick up the weapon again in my left hand in one quick movement. Again, learning the controls early is ESSENTIAL. I've never played an FPS with 2 handed weapons, so it was a nice change to have 2 triggers on the L1 and R1 buttons. Very nice.

The difficulty of this game goes up very quickly in a short amount of time and the game is hard going in places.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Celest Castellano on January 11, 2005
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
"Take EA Games back to School." Edited quote by Hai Fat: The Man With the Golden Gun.

After the sheer disappointment of "Everything or Nothing" being a *gag* Third Person Shooter, I was willing to play any 007 game to get back into the First Person Mode (FPS). While the game did have some logical errors with the Series (we'll get into that later). It was a small breath of fresh air, from the other side of the Gun Barrel.

Graphics: 8.5/10: EA Games brought itself into high water by advertising some of their locals for the game. Some of these include Goldfinger's Midas Casino, Goldfinger's Auric Enterprises (completely re-vamped for the 2000's) as well as the infamous Octupus lair from "The Spy Who Loved Me." Overall, EA does handle these challenges well, almost pushing the player into the world of Goldeneye.

Sound: 10/10 OR 0/10: I make the score different as EA enlisted the help of Techno/Trance DJ Paul Oakenfold to compose the tracks for the game. Obviously if you or the gamer-in-mind loathes techno music, the rating will be definately lower. My own opinion, the normal person will have no problem with the music. Two other plus' include that EA signed on Dame Judi Dench and, an aged, Christopher Lee to voice "M" and Scaramanga. Why they didn't find Honor Blackman for Pussy Galore, I'll never know, the stand-in didn't thrill me at all.

Gameplay: 6/10: The first five minues of the first level encompasses the calibration of your character. While I give EA a bit of innovation points, you shouldn't hold your breath. In addition, once I was able to level my crosshairs correctly, I was able to pull off one "head shot" after another. The controls get the job done, they aren't anything special.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Coffee Addicted Writer's Reviews TOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 12, 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
In Goldeneye Rogue Agent you get to play the role of a rogue M16 agent who lost his eye in a battle with Dr. No. You now have a gold-colored cybernetic eye and you go out to get revenge.

I'm a huge James Bond fan, but I was somewhat disappointed with Goldeneye Rogue Agent. The graphics are above average, but there are a few glitches and the storyline is just plain boring.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Joey Jo Joe Bob on November 18, 2005
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
This is a great FPS game. You can hold two weapons at once, allowing combinations that can be fun and helpful. Unlocking items can be difficult if that's what you're going for. Overall, it's a FPS Bond game. Working as a Rogue Agent is a little more appealing than saving the world, but that's just me.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation2
The graphics in this game aren't that bad but they sure could fixed up a little. The graphics are good but it looks like there is a haze over them whenever it plays one of the cutscenes. On the back of the case it says that the game can be viewed in Progressive Scan (PS), but switching it to PS is tricky and wierd. There is no option on the menu, so I went to the Help at EAGames. I followed their instructions and I still haven't been able to switch to PS.

The gameplay is pretty good. Being able to have two guns at the same time is cool and easy to use. The levels are cool but long (some can take up to an hour or more to complete and thats on the EASY setting). The game even on the EASY setting is a challenge. This is the only Bond game I have (I have 2) that I was not able to beat all the levels on the same day that I got it. A negative aspect of the game is that you can't jump. This doesn't cause any problems as you never have the need to, but it is always fun to jump.

Multiplayer is fun. There are so many levels to play on, and lots of the levels are based on a location in a real Bond movie. Most, if not all the levels, have player activated actions that can injure or kill other players that are caught by the surprise. Setting up a multiplayer game is a little disappointing though. There are only about 8 skins you can chose (unless you can unlock more), which aren't even any of the cool/main characters, except Goldeneye. Once the characters have been chosen you get to select the type of multiplayer game it will be and what level. Thats easy but then if you acidently hit the "X" button, the game starts...with the default weapons, Goldeneye "powers", etc. If you want to customize the "advanced settings" you have to push the "O" button at the map selection screen.
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