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GoldenEye Rogue Agent

3.8 out of 5 stars 55 customer reviews
Rated: Teen
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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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Product Description

Platform: GameCube

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.

Product Information

Release date November 10, 2004
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3.8 out of 5 stars 55 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #22,157 in videogames
#310 in Video Games > More Systems > GameCube > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
Media: Video Game
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Platform for Display: GameCube
OK, OK, before you start scrolling down the page to read a different review listen up. Goldeneye: Rogue Agent is an overlooked and underliked game, that should be thought alot more highly of than it is. I am not going to make this very long but I am going to explain why it should be a game you buy.

You play through the game as, of course, Goldeneye himself. this means you are playing as a villan, which makes the game more fun and adds some things that Bond games normally don't have.

First off, the graphics are great. In both single player and multiplayer, the graphics are beautiful and everything has a sense of realism to it. Snow looks frozen and cold, trees and machines are real looking, and enemies and allies look lifelike and awesome.

Second, the gameplay is incredibly fun. In the game, you have to fight your way through a dam, Infiltrate an enemy base, protect your own base from an attack, and lots of other stuff. Instead of gadgets in this game, you use your mechanical synthetic eye to aid you in your war against the villan Doctor No. You can generate a force field, throw enemies with an electromagnetic attack, manipulate electronics, and see through walls all by using your eye's gadgets. You can also take enemies captive and either use them as sheilds from enemy fire or throw them into other enemies. Duel weilding weapons is also really enjoyable, and allows you to test weapon combinations to find the 1 or 2 most effective weapons for yor fighting style.

The music is well done, too. It sounds like classic Bond music, and really adds a certain depth to the gameplay.

There aren't many levels, but each one is really long, making for a gaming experience that will probably take several days to beat.

The AI is also good.
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Platform for Display: GameCube
This is the best 007 game to date. for those of you who have not been thrilled with the past few Bond game, give this one a try.

First of all, you are no longer Bond, and are no longer playing by M16 rules. In this game, it's your goal to be ruthless. Features never before allowed in 007 games are now avalable, taking people hostage, human shields, machine death traps, and blowing the snot out of any thing you choose.

Another great addition to this game is duel guns. They can be fired independantly, and certainly make the game a lot of fun. You know have hundreds of gun options that you can use at your disposal. One other great feature in this game is the golden eye. You can do everything you dreamed of doing in previous Bond games, look through walls, hack into machines, throw people through telecentic powers, and my personal favorite, deflect bullets. With all these powers at your disposal how can it not be a great game.

But a word of caution. This game contains large amounts of violence and themes that many mothers wont want their kids exposed to. I am personally surprised that this game got away with a Teen rating and not a Mature because its is quite frankly more violent than recent M games such as Halo 2.

However if you are looking for a great shooting game with the best first person controls imagionable than search no more. Golden Eye Rogue Agent is your game.
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Platform for Display: GameCube
First off, if you're expecting the lastest incarnation of the James Bond video game franchise to be better than the Goldeneye for the N64, you'll be disappointed. Not that this Goldeneye is a bad game, it's quite the opposite.

The single player campain is excellent.The Fort Knox level really sets the tempo for the rest of the game:fast paced, non stop action. It's a standard FPS affair, but it's still a blast. The new "Goldeneye" feature really adds a cool dimension to the fray. You can see thru walls, manipulate machines, throw enimies, and other things. One small gripe about the single player's too short. It only has 8 levels, and while each level is fairly long, it'd be nice to have maybe 12 or 13 levels.The multiplayer game is fun for what it's worth. It's just standard deathmatch stuff.

All in all, this is a fun, fairly challenging game that is well worth its $50 price tag.
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Most people believe this game is absolute trash. I beg to differ, the creative storyline playing out Dr. No and Goldfingers turf war was interesting and compelling the whole way. The weapons are mostly original too. The traps are one of the coolest parts of the game it makes taking out the enemy's henchman all that much funner. Overall the entire game was great. Whats sad is that people always try and compare it to GE007 and it's not. So what it shares a name with a previous generations game it's still great in its own way. Although in my opinion multiplayer is better then the original goldeneye.
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Platform for Display: GameCube
As many other reviewers will be quick to point out, yes, this game is more or less just another mindless FPS against a white-noise background of a few dozen similar titles. However, despite a significant number of flaws, it certainly has its charms.


Bad news first. The vast majority of the drawbacks to this title originate in the single player campaign, so you might want to just skim this section if you're predominantly concerned with multiplayer. First of all, the much flauneted "E.V.I.L. A.I." is not quite what it's cracked up to be. Sure, it's fun to see an enemy character grab a fellow baddie to use as a human shield (despite the gross tactical error it entails), but beyond this, there are fairly few noticable differences between this new A.I. and any other.

Second, as long as I'm on the subject of the A.I., there is no multiplayer A.I. Even many older, less sophisticated games such as Perfect Dark and The World Is Not Enough allowed multiplayer "bots" to fill in gaps in the human roster or simply spice things up a bit, yet this is not an option here. On a related matter, the multiplayer arenas are far too small for the full multiplayer potential to be realized.

Third, the weapon usage system, while innovative, has a significant flaw: you cannot carry weapons or items other than the two in your hands at any given moment. If you wish to change weapons, you must first defeat an enemy carrying the desired weapon or find one lying about and swap it with one you're carrying.

Fourth, the campaign mode leaves a bit to be desired in terms of playability. It is rather short (8 missions), despite many of the missions being quite long (1-2 hours or so of playing in some cases).
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