Geeks-Line's N64 Anthology has 17 days remaining on its Kickstarter campaign and has raised 45,000 Euros of its 50,000 Euro target so far. If you needed convincing that this is a project worth backing, then cast your eyes on the exclusive interview excerpt we've been granted below.
It's a chat with the one and only Martin Hollis, director on the seminal GoldenEye 007 and Perfect Dark. In the piece, Hollis recounts how he became involved with the game, the challenges of working on the N64 hardware and the elements which had to be left on the cutting room floor. The interview isn't complete - you'll have to wait for the actual book to read the whole thing - but Geeks-Line has been kind enough to give us some other sample pages as well.
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..cool, looks good...He stole my nickname tho.. I'm the real Mr. Goldeneye...
This one is well worth backing imo. I backed it.
Wait, it was challenging to work on the N64 platform, but because they gave it a chance they produced one of the all-time classic games?
Perhaps more 3rd party devs should take note of this when considering Nintendo consoles.
Rare did amazing stuff on N64. I don't know, that was the system of destiny for them, lol. It's where the best of Rare was showcased, IMO.
GoldenEye 007. The game that still has more history to tell. Never once tired of reading about this game and Rare's stories for that matter. The Rare N64 golden era was legendary.
@mcgrewpunk had to be that guy.. =P
I pledged. This sounds like a really cool project.
Goldeneye 64 discussions sound just like old men complaining and whining about how the olden days were better even if there are things better before or after what they're discussing
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