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James Bond 007: GoldenEye - Nintendo Wii

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Teen
266 customer reviews
Metascore: 81 / 100

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Platform: Nintendo Wii | Edition: Standard

Product Description

Activision GoldenEye 007 83721 PC Games

From the Manufacturer

logo-155 The GoldenEye story comes to life once again with an updated single player storyline featuring Daniel Craig as Bond and written by Bruce Feirstein, the screenwriter for the original movie. Surprise enemies covertly or engage in a full on firefight and use Bond's latest gadget to uncover intel in augmented reality as you relive all the classic GoldenEye movie moments. Infiltrate the dam and destroy the facility; chase Ourumov in the tank through the streets of St. Petersburgh; and investigate the secret jungle base.
  • Key Game Features
  • BRINGING MULTIPLAYER BACK TO ITS ROOTS. – Splitscreen returns to the first person shooter in GoldenEye – 4 players in the same room, on the same screen. The extensive variety of characters, game modes and weapons lets you customize the perfect experience from over 500 split screen game combinations
  • 40 unique characters: Play as your favorite Bond characters and villains, including 8 classic characters – Oddjob, Jaws, Scaramanga, Baron Samedi, Dr. No, Rosa Klebb, Red Grant, and Blofeld
  • 17 special game modifiers: Mix and match to create a unique gaming experience every time you play. Put a twist on standard game types with special modes like Paintball, Melee Only and You Only Live Twice
  • A vast arsenal of weapons and gadgets: Eliminate adversaries with Bond's signature P99 and an assortment of automatic and sniper rifles, or ensure a surprise attack with proximity mines
  • Online multiplayer: GoldenEye also features online multiplayer for up to 8 players designed for seasoned FPS online gamers with unique modes and a robust XP system for unlockables and achievements
  • Nintendo DS™ Features
  • Deep, Customizable Multiplayer Experience: Play WiFi with up to 6 players on 8 exciting multiplayer maps. Compete in challenging game modes like Golden Gun mode and customize your game match with unique game modifiers and a variety of classic weapons
  • Rich Single Player Experience: Unlock unique puzzles and collectables through 18 levels of story mode. Replay all your favorite levels and challenge your friends in the Time Trials mode.
  • Unique NDS Mechanics: Engaging and intuitive interactions for the Nintendo DS. Smash open doors, access encrypted keypads and crack enemy databases.

GoldenEye 007 © 2010 Danjaq, LLC and United Artists Corporation. 007 and related James Bond trademarks © 1962-2010 Danjaq, LLC and United Artists Corporation. 007 TM and related James Bond trademarks are trademarks of Danjaq, LLC and licensed by EON. Game Code © 2010 Activision Publishing, Inc. Activision is a registered trademark of Activision Publishing, Inc. Wii is a trademark of Nintendo. © 2006 Nintendo. The ratings icon is a registered trademark of the Entertainment Software Association. All other trademarks and trade names are the properties of their respective owners.

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Platform: Nintendo Wii | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B003O6H7X0
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 5.3 x 0.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 2, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (266 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,561 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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192 of 205 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Briggs on November 5, 2010
Platform for Display: Nintendo WiiEdition: Standard
Goleneye for the Wii has some high expectations to live up to. The original N64 game was a classic, revolutionizing the FPS genre on consoles. Could this Wii game of the same name be just as important?

I think your enjoyment depends on just how into modern FPS you are. Personally, I absolutely loved Goldeneye Wii. But that's because I love the Call of Duty games...

Finishing the single-player campaign and logging in dozens of hours into the multi-player game is an ENORMOUS amount of time for me to invest in a game, in fact the last time I can think of spending that much time gaming was when Modern Warfare 2 came out. Which makes sense, since the game is so similar to that series.

Goldeneye isn't at all a remake of the Rare game. Everyone throws out "re-imagining", but that doesn't really explain it. The game is completely new, relying only on elements of the movie script to move along the gameplay. Eurocom uses a few familiar locations to invoke memories of playing through the N64 title, and then promplty throw you off with completely new level designs. The game is definitely its own beast.

The single player game is very fun. There's four difficulty levels, and it follows the mission structure Rare made famous. On the lower two difficulty settings only one or two missions are required per level, and they are usually simplistic (like "follow the bad guy" or "get out alive"). The higher two difficulty settings, including classic mode, involve more missions, and while you can finish levels without completing everything, you'll be unable to move on with that specific difficulty. I've been playing it on 007 difficulty (the equivalent of Secret Agent in the original) and have had to redo missions when missing something.
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52 of 65 people found the following review helpful By That One Guy on November 3, 2010
Platform for Display: Nintendo WiiEdition: Standard
The Classic is back.

007 Goldeneye for the Wii is the classic redone, only this time with the controls that we all know and love from Metroid Prime 3. It remains the same solid FPS that we all grew up with, with a few improvements in storyline and graphics (relatively speaking).

-The motion controls make this game so much easier than any other FPS I have played. Please see Halo for example.
-Improved nuance. Ex. The sound of ears ringing when a grenade goes off nearby, or the way the head shifts with the movement of Bond's body
-Bring in the Daniel Craig. While the original GE was done with Pierce Brosnan, the modern Bond is a nice addition to an old classic.
-The familiar: Judi Dench as our beloved M.
-New Weapons: now kill with more ways than ever!
-Options: Go in stealth or guns blazing. Take your pick. Either usually works in any scenario if you're careful.
-Multiplayer: It is incredibly true when they say "bringing multiplayer back to its roots."

-Graphics, dammit! "Metroid: Other M" is a clear example of what can be achieved with the Wii's limited graphics. Or how about Mario Galaxy 2? The machine is better than most give it credit for.
-The graphics again: Seriously, Nintendo, time to go HD. Gamecube graphics + 1 does not cut it anymore.
-A bit of change to the original story. Forgivable, however. It's GoldenEye.

It's a solid FPS for the Wii, something that is desperately lacking. We have Metroid Prime and that's more of a puzzle/adventure than a true FPS. The controls are fluid, the nuance is great, and we have the lovely Judi Dench narrating our mission objectives to us. It is easily the best Bond game since Nightfire or Agent Under Fire for the GCN.

Highly recommended.
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38 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Muraiki on November 10, 2010
Platform for Display: Nintendo WiiEdition: Standard Verified Purchase
As a teenager I spent countless hours with friends playing GoldenEye for the N64, and to this day I rate it as the second best multiplayer experience that I have ever had on a console (Perfect Dark takes the cake). Naturally I had high expectations for a reboot of the GoldenEye brand, but it seems that I set my sights too high and Eurocom set its sights too low.

GoldenEye for the Wii is not simply a remake, but a reboot. Daniel Craig takes the place of Pierce Brosnan as James Bond (I prefer Brosnan, but it doesn't really matter), and the story has been tweaked to reflect more modern technologies, namely a cell phone that does just about everything. The story is far from cerebral and hardly memorable, except for the scenes and areas you might recognize from the original game. While the single player campaign is enjoyable for the first runthrough if you like gratuitous explosions and dispatching a ton of enemies, it is ultimately short (under 10 hours), unrewarding (unlockables are few and far between), and plagued with annoying quick time events (moments that take you away from the gun action and ask you to press a button or waggle your controller so that you don't die). The thing that kills me most is the lack of replay value in the levels. Yes there are multiple difficulty settings and time trials, but, as far as I can tell after beating the game on the default difficulty setting, there are no mods like in the original game (such as infinite ammo or invincibility). Luckily the controls are outstanding, the graphics, while not great in the scheme of things, look decent for the Wii, and the nostalgia factor is there. And sound... Meh. Voice acting is good, but the synching is not ideal, and the music is simply not as interesting as the original game, despite using the same composer.
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