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NDS GoldenEye Rogue Agent
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- Rise through the ranks of Goldfinger's organization, as you customize and upgrade your villain persona
- Cross paths with such infamous allies and enemies as Oddjob, Scaramanga, Xenia Onatopp -- and of course, Pussy Galore
- Double your firepower - The dual-wield weapons system to fire guns in both hands
- Use the dual-screen HUD to check ammunition levels, hack electronic devices and weapons, decode security locks, and more
- Defeat foes in the exclusive new Virtual Training mode -- gain experience and earn valuable upgrades to your GoldenEye weaponry
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With the dual-wielding weapon system, you can be shooting an Uzi in one hand and a pistol in the other (there's a bunch of different combinations). Some weapons are too heavy and require you to use both hands, but they're like a bazooka or sniper rifle. What's weird is that instead of just walking over a weapon to pick it up, you touch the right or left hand icon when the name of the weapon shows up (you can choose which hand you want the weapon in).
The graphics are really pretty good. It really looks realistic.
I like how you can go up and hit people with your gun or fist, and then you can take them hostage (it's more using them as human shields, because the other guys will shoot the hostage until he dies and then they'll aim at you. You have a gun in your hand when you take someone hostage, so you can shoot back at them).
A nice thing is the Goldeneye powers. You can see enemies through walls-and if you have a certain weapon you can shoot them through the wall. You can make enemies reload when you want them to, and you can turn on machine traps from far away (like a mining cart that runs over enemies). You can have a shield which will deflect bullets for a little while, or you can discharge it into a bad guy by punching them which kills them. Probably the best one of all is the last one. If you look at someone with it activated, a square will appear around them, and when you press the button, they will fly backwards and die.
The controls are pretty nice if you use the thumbpad; it's almost like using a mouse.Read more ›
(depends on what button set you use)
Lets just go right into it: Scale out of 10
-Probably the weakest story line I have ever seen. This is NOT a 'get into it game,' its JUST a shooter. Nothing more.
Fun Factor: 6.0
-Multiplayer with others IS fun. 10x more entertaining than the standard game. Problemm is, you need friends to pull this off. IF this was a game you could play online with people like Unreal Tournament,Half-Life, etc, I would have nothing negative to say about it.
-The music in this game sounds like it was created by me at 7 years old on my 1982 casio keyboard with synthesized sounds. Gun sounds are ok, but background music is.. well lets just say 'elevator music' would be more entertaining. To keep yourself sane, just turn the music volume ALL the way down.
-The dual weapon system is nice, but you CAN'T carry an arsenal of weapons like in the N64 version. Auto reloading is nice, but you have to manually pick up weapons with the touchpad to add more ammo.
-You can try the stylus if you want, personally I feel I have more control with it. However, I found myself holding the DS in the most awkward fashion with my right pinky somehow hitting the 'R' shoulder button. The best way to play this game is EXACTLY how you play a FPS on a PC.. Left hand moves the body forward and backward, right hand (with the thumbstrap) guides the view. Left index on L, right index finger on R.Read more ›
SO, HERE R THE QUICK TIPS ABOUT THIS GAME:
1) This game can get pretty frustrating at times in one player mode, but if you like a challenge, maybe you'll enjoy it (i personally thought that the one player was also fairly good tho i wanted to concentrate on the multiplayer aspects in this review a lot more.)
2)The game has all-right graphics that don't (or shouldn't) seem to bother anyone due to the eventual obsession of the actual gameplay that takes hold after several moments of playing the multiplayer mode.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
really great game controls take some getting used to but besides that pretty simple basic shoot em game but really fun at the same time but good gosh that music is awfulPublished 18 days ago by Hank Charleston
the controls are terrible, see Metroid for proper fps controls on a DSPublished 8 months ago by Nelson Fernandez
This has the best multiplayer ever!!! I love it I can play with my brothers and they can play single card play so they don't even have to own the game! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jordan
the graphics are okay, and there is a small selection of weapons. I think that the story line is pretty good, but it could be better. Read morePublished on June 11, 2013 by Cook
I tried to play this game. the controls dont make sense. i think it is a bogus game.dont waste your money on it.Published on July 14, 2011 by sidthekid
This was for a 12 year old boy who looked all over town for it and couldn't find it so we checked amazon and found it.He was thrilled and couldn't wait to receive it. Read morePublished on January 23, 2010 by cookielady
This game as the worst camera angle everrrrrr. Your gaming experience will be completely ruined because you can't even turn around to see who's shooting you and you're always going... Read morePublished on July 14, 2007 by Ann Luu
alot of these reviews say this game is bad, I don't know alot about the game. I just played it with my friend and loved it! Read morePublished on December 28, 2006