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Designed exclusively for Wii™, GoldenEye 007 allows players to channel Daniel Craig’s lethal and gritty James Bond in an innovative, modern take on the legendary Bond adventure, GoldenEye.

Blending fast-paced first-person shooter (FPS) action with covert gameplay, GoldenEye 007 epitomizes the modern “thinking man’s shooter” by offering varied ways to complete each mission, destructible environments, the use of cover and multiple control scheme options, including the Wii Remote™, Nunchuk™, Classic Controller Pro™ and the Wii Zapper™. GoldenEye 007 redefines the multiplayer experience on Wii with unprecedented split-screen action featuring classic Bond characters and special game modes, as well as online play for up eight friends.

Wii Exclusive – The original GoldenEye for the Nintendo 64™ redefined the FPS genre, making it a best-selling title on one of the most popular platforms. As a Wii exclusive, the new GoldenEye 007 gaming experience will reflect modern technology advancements, while channeling nostalgia for fans of the franchise.

Split-Screen Multiplayer / Classic Bond Characters – GoldenEye 007 features an unprecedented lineup of four-player split-screen MP options, including 40 total characters, 8 classic Bond characters, 5 maps, 3 standard modes and 16 special modifiers that allow gamers to create over 500 different game combinations. GoldenEye 007 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.

Choose the Way you Play – In addition to the Wii Remote and Nunchuk, GoldenEye 007 also supports the Classic Controller Pro for gamers who want to play with standard FPS controls and the Wii Zapper for “point and shoot” gamers; players will have several control scheme options, allowing them to experience GoldenEye on Wii any way they want.

Game Review


USA USA Version

Posted by Jon Wahlgren

The N64 is not enough

Ah, GoldenEye 007.A remarkable game on the ol’ Nintendo 64, no doubt about it. Countless hours of planting proximity mines in Basement and Facility for your friends to run into, scream and punch you on the arm is enough to earn a hall of fame spot in...

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User Comments (18)



pixelman said:

Awesome. I've played the original a bit and it was a blast. I just hope they can retain the feel of the classic and not change it up too much.



Kipper said:

I got the original goldeneye for n64 about a year back. a month or so ago, i bought the wii, and 5 days after i got the wii, this game is announced!! talk about luck!



NintendoCoDGamer said:

Do you know how epic it would be if you could get a cheat that made all the characters dance 'Get Down'. Cookies for the reference.



Bloodysaber said:

I'd be lying if I said I had any faith that this games sales will rely on anything besides nostalgia.



Azikira said:

This game is incredible! I was expecting a half-assed remake that would have slight nostalgia, but I was pleasantly suprised. The Graphics are astounding, the controls top-notch, and the Multiplayer is by far the best Wii has to offer (for shooters anyways).
I would rate this game a 9.6, and I think it deserves to be purchased by anyone itching for an amazing wii game!! :3



kratb said:

new to this game, do i use the original wii remote or is there a certain one for golden eye?? thanks



Jusbe said:

I'm fimally getting this game for myself. Expecting some quality time playing this online



TheMan1 said:

I Gotchya on 007 wii goldeneye thats rite baby I Gotchya' s gonna getchya i betchya hailing from the usa. baby!!



Pete_Stooge said:

Played the game just until the for last level. Although the game makes a strong start, it's nearing perfection towards the end (in NL terms: it starts as an eight, and ends as a definite nine plus). It is very solid made: the game has visuals and controls you stopped hoping to see on your Wii. About the story, i can't figure it out (it has something to do with evil Russians), but the game contains entertaining point of view scenes to go from one level to another. Gameplay wise, it sometimes literally takes your breath away, especially when you are urged to escape from a bunker or complex. Happily for the game, this happens a lot (you'll probably end up firing from the hip while screaming at your screen) The AI is very well executed, except for 'enemy professors' that are quasi interesting standing around by some sort of machine or computer just for your fun to sneak up on them (and shoot them in the back of their heads, that is). I'm not getting into the multiplayer mode, but this is what makes the game last for a long time. So if you find this game anywhere at a reasonable price, don't hesitate to buy. You'll like it.

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