Summary: Made by ACTIVISION! The MULTIPLAYER on this game is DEAD! No one plays it online and there is ALOT of lag when it did work after waiting in a lobby for 30 minutes to fight 2 other people. THIS GAME SUCKS! They killed the story and added in Daniel Craig as bond and everyone else they are nobodys. Plays like a VERY BAD ripoff of Call Of Duty but without the same fun experience as any of the COD games. The game is NOT worth the money. Rent it, Beat it, Return it ASAP!
Summary: Poorly placed checkpoints and areas where there could be more. Respawning of enemy is ridiculous especially at the end. Load times seem forever. Seems like you sprint for 2 feet and then goes back jog while the enemy seem to sprint as far as they want. Found this frustrating and disappointing. I liked the other 2 Bond games available for PS3 better.
Summary: I Couldn't wait to bring this home and get to the second level where you can throw a watch bomb and blow up the guy on the toilet. HUGE DISAPPOINTMENT. Not only do you not even have that weapon/option- the levels are NOTHING at all like the maps in the N64 Original. This is honestly like a completely different/new game. I don't even know my way around and the maps have a dark grimy, dirty feel.
Summary: I bought this specifically for use with the Move Sharpshooter, and I am very dissapointed as I thoroughly enjoyed the original and thought using the Move with it would be the best thing ever! Let me tell you, it's not.... Like with most of my shooters on the PS3 I struggle a fair bit to put up a good fight using the 6-axis, but with my Sharpshooter in hand I'm a formidable threat.
Summary: Wow. What a thoroughly under-whelming gaming experience that was. Just finished the main campaign and it is anything but golden. There might be slim nostalgia for people who played and loved the original N64 GE back in the day, but honestly, this isn't the same game - it just has the same title. The game is a graphically weak and predictable first person shooter; modelled after Call of Duty, but it pales in comparison with either COD or even Battlefield.
Summary: Having played both Quantum of Solace and Bloodstone on PS3, Goldeneye Reloaded feels like a step backwards in the Bond series. Whilst most things are pretty standard in this 1st person shooter, the biggest loss is the lack of being able to use cover which was a key feature of the other 2 games. This feels like a missed opportunity, otherwise the game is fine, nothing spectacular.
Goldeneye Reloaded fails to live up to my expetations
15 December 2011
Conclusion: I really do remember the good old days, when i was around eight years old, and couldn't stop playing Goldeneye 007 on my N64. I mean, lets face it... that game was a masterpiece in the First Person shooter genre. The game lasted fairly long, and the multiplayer sessions were just too fun.
Conclusion: I wanted to love this game. I really did WANT to love this game. But, you know what, EA needs to step up on the Bond franchise. For years, our favourite spy has languished in the 'ho-hum, kind of average' category, and this falls right in there.
Summary: What a piece of garbage ... I feel sure only people who have nostalgia for the N64 version could love this game. If your new to GA it's hard to see what all the fuss was about at this late date. Graphics are just okay ... game play is never more than mediocre & feels strictly retro. (Not necessarily a bad thing, I know.) While I appreciate the integrity of keeping faithful to the original - Playing a game like this now and at forty pound to purchase? Not good.