Excerpt: GoldenEye Rogue Agent is a first person shooter. Rogue Agent seemed to me as a basic shooting game when I first got it but as you play through it you get a feel for it and can have some fun. This game features many characters from other 007 movies such as Dr.No and Auric Goldfinger.
Excerpt: This game is a break through for the James Bond 007 creators. This game is fantasitc. First of all it has a brilant story line. (You were a Mi6 agent working with 007, you were on a mission, but you were shot down and everyone died but you.
Pros: you have have two guns at once, never seen on a 007 game before
Cons: Multiplayer is a bit of a let down, it also needs a few more levels
Summary: I'm really rather sick of first person shooter games. They are a dime a dozen and with all the Medal of Honor and Call of Duty games out there do we really need another? If you really want a cutting edge FPS with the 007 brand name then go for . Rogue Agent is just a quick cash-in product.
Summary: this is not a sequel to RARE's goldeneye 007. whoever came up with aim control with a thumbstick should be shot in the knees, it is frustrating if you are used to PC FPS's like doom 3 and CS. i played for about 30 minutes and dont have a desire to turn it back on.
Summary: For me, Goldneye: Rouge Agent has a dual personality when it comes to the enjoyment you'd gain from purchasing it. On the one hand, the story mode is repetetive and your tasks are almost always the same.
Excerpt: . Intro Well James Bond is back again or... may be not you are a former MI6 agent. You play GoldenEye who works for Auric Goldfinger, who is at war with the infamous Dr. No. GoldenEye also has a chip on hid shoulder in this in this little war, as it was No who stole his original eye.
Pros: Cool concept
Cons: No online play mode, laggy control, shameful , multiplayer
Excerpt: I was really looking forward to playing this game as it was the reason that i bought a Gamecube as it was supposedly made just for this console. Having played Goldeneye on N64 I expected a lot of this but feel slightly cheated that EA have played on the name Goldeneye to create interest in the game...
Excerpt: I remember the days of playing Goldeneye on the N64 - It blew us all away - it did. There were other games like tomorrow never dies and so on - on the psone but lets face it - they didnt cut the mustard when set next to the N64 stunner.