Product Type: Activision Wii games
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A Well Made Game That Has A Few Wii Teething Problems
Goldeneye 007 (Wii)
Author Name: Inn0v8
Goldeneye 007 (Wii)
Advantages: Smooth Graphics, Solid Multi-Player, Nice Feel To One-Player
Disadvantages: Controls Erratic, Graphics Not Stunning
GoldenEye on Wii has a lot to live up to given it's ancestor on N64, and in most respects, the Wii version does itself justice.
The one-player story really captures the on-edge feel of many modern 007 films, and the fact that there is a marked difference between difficulty settings means the game can suit any ability.
The multi-player mode - what made the N64 game special - is back, and works very smoothly, with a good number of modes, including survivor, bomb and team deathmatch. What it doesn't do, however, is stand out as being head and shoulders above other FPS games in this department, being only superficially different from the Call of Duty games' multi-player mode.
The point and shoot control method works best for me, though the preset sensitivity is far too high - this can be adjusted, though. The classic controller and gamecube controls are quite fiddley, and not as good as other FPS games I've tried.
The graphics are decent, though far behind the best that other consoles can offer; the upside of this is a smooth frame rate.
Goldeneye is a fine FPS game in total, but the name makes me feel as though it should be better.
Summary: A good game in its own right, GoldenEye Wii could never live up to its ancestor.
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