Summary: This game was the funnest game to play growing up with the family. We had some good times shooting each other up and increasing our skills with this game. I give this one two thumbs up they did a great job with it. One of the good things about this game is that it resembled the movie really well.
Summary: Man, how many times did I beat this game? How many hours did I spend playing it? When N64 came out, this was the game that everyone loved and I still love it. Though Pierce Brosnan is not my favorite... they should make a new Daniel Craig Bond game. That would rock.
Summary: Wow what can I say I bought this game over 10 years ago and still play it today with my friends. I have spent many hours playing both the missions that are still hard even to this day and also the brillaint multi player options. The graphics are obviously dated now but if you ignore that fact you will still find a very enjoyable game. The game still challenges on all levels and some levels seem to last forever.
Summary: About four years ago all I wanted for chistmas was a Nintendo 64 but I had to choose between mario 64 and Goldeneye so I chose Goldeneye as I like shoot em up games and I did the right choice. The game is based on the James Bond film and is absoulutely brilliant. The graphics are the best and the sound is good too. There are three kinds of hardness.
Pros: loads of weapons, good graphics, brilliant sound
Summary: All right, 007, it's time to get dow to some business. Soem time ago, Pirate, a top-secret.... Yes yes we've all seen the film and after all I'm not giving the film a review so I'll cut the crap. The film is good, i'll say that; but he game is a breakthrough for the N64 strategy collection and concluding its success, Perfect Dark was introduced. So what makes this game so incredibly seducing?
Summary: James Bond would really like being himself on N64. Usually in the films he only gets the chance to gracefully kill a few baddies. Here on N64 he gets the chance to put a couple of extra digits on his "have neutralised" total. As with the best games, at first I thought that this game was only average, with predictable scenarios and actions, but the more you play it the more features you discover. The graphics are excellent (as always on N64), and the detail is incredible.
Summary: Well, i think Goldeneye on the N64 is the best game ever to be made on the Nintendo 64. Almost everyone who has one has Goldeneye and if you haven't i don't know what you have being up to. You are Bond, James Bond. Use stealth and force as you see fit in matters of international security. 20 detailed 3D levels are available for covert operations, plus a stunning 4 player head to head option. This 4 player head to head mode has to be the most popular 4 player game ever.
Summary: Well I must say, Goldeneye 007 is fantastic, I have been playing it for a couple of months so far, and my son has too. I find the levels of difficulty are based well around the game. The game makes you use your mind, as well as getting excited, and frustrated over being shot by the enemy. In most levels, you can figure out what is going on, and how to get on with the game.
Pros: In the easiest level, the gun moves automatically when shooting in the right direction, which is great for the kids
Cons: I would say that this game could drive you crazy at times, but be patient and work your way through it bit by bit
Summary: After having bought Quake and various other first person shoot-em-ups for the PC I didn't see much point in wasting my money buying yet another for the N64, I mean nothing on the N64 could rival ID's best? After playing Goldeneye I realised I was completely wrong, it is a brilliant game that redefined the first person shoot-em up. The first thing you notice with Goldeneye is the realism, the most impressive aspect of which is the guards.
Pros: You get to be Bond! Excellent Single and mulitplayer
Cons: Overtaken by Perfect Dark, no bots or realtime lighting