Inspector Gadget "Go Go Gadget Reviews", amazon.co.uk
27 November 2010
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 Goldeneye 007 - Collector's Edition (Wii) . Rogue Agent is just a quick cash-in product. There is a bit of a twist though.
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. The option of having different guns in both of your characters hands and the different affects your mechanical eye has, are enjoyable for about 10 minutes. You quickly realize that every level involves dozens upon dozens of enemies coming at you at once.
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.
Bond is back, and this time he is bad...in more than one way
Frances E. Temperton, amazon.co.uk
18 December 2004
Summary: We admit it, we were fooled. Something in our minds just made us believe that this game could be good. Perhaps we are just yearning so badly for that awesome FPS experience that was GoldenEye to be replicated. The thing is, when a company goes and calls a game GoldenEye: Rogue Agent it is just a bit too much for us to cope with. Hopefully though we can help you not to make the same mistake as us.