Summary: the graphics are okay, and there is a small selection of weapons. I think that the story line is pretty good, but it could be better. I think they should have made it so you can change the map and your caracter in single card play. Other than that its a pretty good game.
Summary: It is a kind of fun game, but not perfect at all. First off its hard to get an FPS to be good on the DS. The controlls are very unusual, especially if you play FPSs on a console with joysticks and triggers. The graphics aren't very good, but trust me there are FAR WORSE! The sound is ok, even from those crummy DS speakers. The story... well im not a Bond fan so I don't know anything about it except that the whole game is about killing some guy named Dr. No.
Summary: This game as the worst camera angle everrrrrr. Your gaming experience will be completely ruined because you can't even turn around to see who's shooting you and you're always going to be looking slanted. Anyway, if the game just had a freaking better angle, it would probably be a fairly decent shooting game.
Summary: This game is...it's not bad. I had fun playing it. It has some nice features, such as bots in multiplayer and a pretty good choice of weapons. Here's a simple pro-con, instead of me just going on and on. Pro: It is fun-I had an enjoyable time throughout most of the game. I just wish i could go back and play previous levels (more on that below). Levels are well designed-The levels are detailed and pretty well though out with enough variety to not feel boring.
Summary: I found this title interesting for being the first one-person shooter for the DS before Metroid Prime Hunters appears with wi-fi capabilities. Although enthusiastic, you soon discover this game is very repetitive and there are not many tasks but shooting and killing and getting at the end of each phase. I think the main problem is the backgfround music that barely changes during the game. It gets so repetitive that you even want to turn off the music.
Summary: This game gets some straight threes. Here is my stack on the game. Graphics: 5/5. For the DS, this is probably the best I've seen on it so far. Very nice looking, but there are a few glitches. For instance; if you shoot someone that is standing next to a wall and kill them, their body will fall into the wall. Either way, the graphics are still great. Control: 4/5.
This game is atleast better than a lot of others for the DS.
JIM butts, Amazon
9 July 2005
Summary: Okay, bottom line: - its a fun game to play with your friends -the one player mode is kind of hard and really really short though has good replay value to try to beat a level faster etc. - the graphics are all pretty good -the story line just sux -after dying a few times in one player i just quit and then came back the next day wanting to play it all the more -again, way too short -VERY VERY VERY addictive multiplayer (only if there are 4 or more people playing...
Summary: I was a HUGE fan of Golden Eye for the N64. This game however is not even close to that game. I would even argue that the graphics arent even as nice. Lets just go right into it: Scale out of 10 Storyline: 3,0 -Probably the weakest story line I have ever seen. This is NOT a 'get into it game,' its JUST a shooter. Nothing more. Fun Factor: 6.0 -Multiplayer with others IS fun. 10x more entertaining than the standard game. Problemm is, you need friends to pull this off.
Summary: Good for your non serious-gamer type or traveller. This isn't a sit down and play game. It gets too boring that way. But if you just turn on the DS and play every once in a while, then it's a fun game. Concept: BE the villain, ohhh how inspired and original. Feh. Gameplay: Choose from a couple different control modes, whatever floats your boat. The DS touchscreen isn't so useful here, you're supposed to use your thumbs to look in different directions. Which is bad.
Summary: Als in den Release-Listen zu Beginn der DS-Ära zum ersten Mal die Rede von "Goldeneye" war, da bin ich wohl nicht der einzige gewesen, der glaubte, es handle sich hierbei um einen Port aus früheren N64-Tagen, zumal die DS-Technik doch sehr verwandt mit der des N64 zu sein schien. Doch es kam noch überraschender, denn "Goldeneye" sollte doch tatsächliche eine eigene DS-Version des Egoshooters "Golden- eye: Rogue Agent" für XBox, Gamecube, und Playstation 2 sein.
Pros: gute und saubere 3D - Grafik, viele Waffen lassen sich zweimal aufsammeln und gleichzeitig bzw . getrennt voneinander abfeuern, Original - James - Bond - Schurken und - Charaktere inklusive, Multiplayermodus auch mit einem Modul spielbar . . .
Cons: . . . allerdings nur eine einzige von zahlreichen Spiel - Varianten, absolut grottenschlechte (Midi - Pieps - )Hintergrundmusik, ziemlich kurze Spiezeit, keine Rücksetzpunkte