GoldenEye 007 (N64) Reviews
Product Type: Nintendo Nintendo 64 games
Description:Genre: Action & Shooter / Published by Nintendo
Newest Review: ... computer programmer who you must protect during a number of levels. *Campaign* The single player campaign takes place over ... more
Customer GoldenEye 007 (N64) Reviews (134)
by - written on 02/01/08 (Very useful, 74 readings)
This was my favourite game on the now defunct Nintendo 64 and it was also the first game that I bought to play on with that console. The game pretty much follows the sequences in the film with Bond trying to establish who is behind the plot to activate a secret weapons programme of the Russians for their own purposes and sees him battling with elements of the Russian underworld. The game is a straight forward shoot them up and is based upon a series of missions during which you have to complete a number of tasks with an overall objective at the end of each. If you fail on any of the tasks then you fail that mission and the screen will flash to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/01, updated on 04/04/01 (Very useful, 438 readings)
Every console has a must-have game. You know what I mean, if you have a Playstation then you MUST have Gran Turismo or Tekken. If you’re the proud owner of a Dreamcast then you should own a copy of Virtua Tennis or Metropolis Street Racer. On the N64 you’re looking at the likes of Zelda, Mario 64 or this absolute blinder of a game – Goldeneye. Rare, the creators of this title, are responsible for shifting more N64 consoles than virtually anything else available on the machine. Let’s not forget that they also created Banjo Kazooie and the highly addictive Diddy Kong Racing. They really do deserve a very large pat on the back for what ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/00, updated on 09/11/00 (Very useful, 28 readings)
After having bought Quake and various other first person shoot-em-ups for the PC I didn't see much point in wasting my money buying yet another for the N64, I mean nothing on the N64 could rival ID's best? After playing Goldeneye I realised I was completely wrong, it is a brilliant game that redefined the first person shoot-em up. The first thing you notice with Goldeneye is the realism, the most impressive aspect of which is the guards. Shoot a bad guy and the arm and he will stagger back, shoot him in the leg and he limp back with the force, shoot him in the body to wound him and one shot to the head will kill him. After he is dead you can then pick ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/01, updated on 22/07/01 (Very useful, 1063 readings)
I had heard about Goldeneye being a fantastic game, and had played it in HMV for about ten minutes to find out. As soon as I had the controller in my hand, I was addicted to it. A long queue had began forming behind me, and it took a few disgruntled and impatient viewers to shift me off it. Goldeneye is the game that ultimately made my mind up to purchase an N64, and I haven't regretted doing this since. As the name suggests, Goldeneye is really just an adaptation of the hugely popular James Bond movie. However, it pulls it off superbly. Many other games adapted from a film license have been, to say the least terrible. The characters from the film are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/00, updated on 27/01/01 (Very useful, 245 readings)
I played this game with doubts in my mind as I am not really a fan of the N64 console. Afterwards, I had no doubts that this was one of the best games ever created. I played it for hours and hours round my mates house until he had to eventually drag me away from it. The one player mode is excellent, with several missions to complete all of different difficulty and complexity. What I found even more outstanding was the superb multiplayer mode, where you and up to three other players can battle it out against each other via split screen play. In one player mode, you play the part of James Bond and work your way through a series of levels which are based around ... Read the complete review
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