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Goldeneye 007

Goldeneye 007 (N64) game cover art
Platform: Nintendo 64
Genre: First-Person Shooter (Contemporary)
Developer: Rare
AKA: GoldenEye 007 (EU), GoldenEye 007 (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
08/??/1997
EU
08/25/1997
JP
08/23/1997

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Staff Reviews

Goldeneye 007 review

Reviewed December 31, 1969

Jason Venter says: "All I can say is that I'm glad Natalya didn't have a larger role in this production, or it might well have been ruined. Another thing I'm thankful for is the multi-player mode. It's both a reason to play the one-player campaign (you can unlock extra arena features) and a game of its own. I've played several first-person shooters since, and I always check out the battle arenas because I love the ones in GoldenEye. But so far, none beat what you'll find here."
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Reader Reviews

Goldeneye 007 review

Reviewed August 02, 2008

dagoss says: "Goldeneye was the best game I ever played in 1997. In 1997, the idea of firing explosive rockets in my brother's face without the threat of parental beatings was an experience I had never had (in 1997, of course). In 1997, I – as no doubt everyone else who played Goldeneye in 1997 – was flabbergasted by the shear scope of this thing. The expansive levels, the recoil of exotic machine guns, the hordes of intelligent Russians assaulting our hero from all sides, and the complicated missio..."
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Goldeneye 007 review

Reviewed December 18, 2004

destinati0n says: "A tremendous earth-shattering explosion is heard from miles around. Surrounded by towering mountains, the echo is so forceful it feels as if the very fabric of time itself is collapsing. Reality seems to stand still as a bullet train speeds by, all the while slowly being engulfed in a crimson flame. Bodies are hurled across the barren tundra, overshadowed by the ominous night sky. In the midst of the chaos, a shadowy figure rises from the ruined aftermath of fiery scrap, unscathed. Turning off t..."
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Goldeneye 007 review

Reviewed March 08, 2004

falsehead says: "Welcome Mr. Bond we have been expecting you for quite some time (strokes large white Persian Cat). You've given me quite a difficult task I can tell you. Trying to summarise the genius of your 1997 outing ''Goldeneye'' on the N64 has come close to defeating my reviewing powers. Yes, words have nearly failed me as many times I sat at my PC and tried to explain just why the First Person Shooter game starring your suave Peirce Brosnan persona is one of my favourite games of all time. But now I t..."
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Goldeneye 007 review

Reviewed December 31, 1969

sgreenwell says: "When the Nintendo 64 struggled a bit after it's lightning fast start, some people started looking around for a savior. Thankfully, Goldeneye came along, and provided ultra-fast and fun first-person shooter (FPS) gameplay for the Nintendo 64 crowd."
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