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Goldeneye 007

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Goldeneye 007

Thunderbolt Games
15 November 2004
  • Excerpt: There have been many games starring James Bond, going back to the earliest consoles. But no game before or since Goldeneye has ever given the player such a strong feeling of actually being the man himself. The old saying about the appeal of James Bond was ”men want to be him, women want to be with him”. Of course in the 21st century, both men and women want to be Bond (well this woman does at any rate).
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Overall 9
9.0

Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge review (GB)

HonestGamers
10 December 2003
  • Excerpt: standards, and is as much fun to play as the best the series, and is about as good as the side-scrolling adventure genre has to offer.
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Game Freaks 365
19 April 2003
  • Excerpt: It is hard to dispute the weight that Rare had in the game industry during the Nintendo 64 era. GoldenEye 007 is a game that sold millions of units across the globe and jumpstarted the Nintendo 64s split-screen multi-player. Without a doubt, GoldenEye featured some of the most revolutionary gameplay on a console in the 3D arena - from character animations, enemy AI, graphics, gun selection or the most popular aspect of the game, its four player split-screen multi-player...
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9.2
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9.5
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9.0
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9.0
Sound 9
9.0
Lifespan 9
9.0

GoldenEye 007

Gaming Target
22 June 2000
Overall 9
8.5

Goldeneye 007

Gamebits
2 September 1997
  • Excerpt: One of the longest-running spy franchises finally becomes a video game in GOLDENEYE 007 for the Nintendo 64. Based on the 1995 Pierce Brosnan movie of the same name, players are put in control of the legendary spy figure through a multitude of missions.
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10

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TheStar.com
19 August 1997
  • Excerpt: A true first-person, action/adventure gem. An extravaganza eerie in it's realism, Goldeneye is less gory than a compatriot like, say, Turok, yet there is something much more sinister about the gameplay.
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10

Goldeneye 007 (N64)

Evergeek
19 August 1997
  • Excerpt: A true first-person, action/adventure gem. An extravaganza eerie in it's realism, Goldeneye is less gory than a compatriot like, say, Turok, yet there is something much more sinister about the gameplay.
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GoldenEye 007 – Review

GameCritics.com
30 June 1997
  • Excerpt: When Rare first announced its intention to create a first-person shooter (FPS) based on the pop-icon spy, James Bond, I was really skeptical. After all, tired Doom clones had already driven life from the genre and games based on movie licenses were usually bad by legendary proportions. It didn't seem like a formula for success, but leave it to the boys at Rare to break all perceptions.
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8.0
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8.5
Graphics 8
8.2
Sound 9
9.0
Lastability 9
8.8
Originality 8
8.0

GoldenEye 007 Review

TVG
1 January 1970
  • Summary: You’ve gotta love old Bond haven’t you. I mean there aren’t many people that can boast they have slept with at least five women in every country on the planet.
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Overall 10
9.8
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10
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9.5
Sound 10
9.5

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Gry - Wirtualna Polska
3 December 2001
  • Excerpt: NAZYWASZ SIĘ BOND. JAMES BOND Kiedy byłem małym chłopcem, takim chodzącym spać o dziewiątej wieczorem, to długie sobotnie wieczory spędzałem kamieniem przed odbiornikiem telewizyjnym. Rodzice byli już ubłagani i pozwalali posiedzieć tą godzinkę dłużej. Czemu? Toć wtedy Telewizja Polska pokazywała filmy pełne malowniczych, zamorskich krajów, szybkich samochodów, odważnych mężczyzn oraz pięknych i niemal nagich kobiet - czyli przygody najsławniejszego agenta świata,...
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