Excerpt: The James Bond games have been very hit and miss all in all - the film adaptations were only middling in their quality, whereas Agent Under Fire and Nightfire tried to be a bit more daring, and served up some stunning multiplayer modes that were great with a few mates. This game, however, does not pit you as 007 - you play Mr. Hunter, who has been kicked out of M16 and has only one eye.
Excerpt: A brilliant game and the best out of it's series by far. The campaign mode is very advanced in it's gameplay. The use of many different weapons makeas the game interesting and fun. This game has very good graphics for it's time and a great variation in things to do during the game. One of the best things that was put into this game is the ability to grab a hostage and use him as cover. This makes it much more realistic as it is what a real agent may do in real life.
Excerpt: The name GoldenEye is a big name to live up to with GoldenEye years ago on the Nintendo 64 system set the standard for all future FPS ( First Person Shooters ). The story of the game starts with you working alongside the the legendary Bond but MI6 throw you out for brutality and sadism ( ermm isn't that describing Bond ), You then are pulled into a new Bond world the world of the bad guy. You basically work for Goldfinger fighting Dr.
Excerpt: *My review of Goldeneye: Rogue Agent is based on single-player experience.* The game is set in the (fictional) world of James Bond but has nothing to do with the Goldeneye film or Goldeneye 007 game. So it's excuse for having Goldeneye in it's title? You play as Mr. Hunter, who has lost an eye as well as a place in the MI6. In joining Auric Enterprises, not only do you share a common enemy in Dr.
Pros: Action stays smooth, graphics are good, some decent ideas
Cons: Fire, retreat, recover, repeat, fire, retreat, recover, repeat, feels a tad slow
Excerpt: This was the penultimate Bond game from Electronic Arts and was one of the games that got heavily panned by the critics which might have resulted in EA losing the Bond license. It might carry the GoldenEye title, but it isn't the same as the iconic Nintendo 64 game. This is something completely different, and if it had carried another title and different characters, it might have done better.
Pros: Good range of guns and dual - wielding
Cons: Not long enough, multiplayer is no good, last few levels impossibly hard .
Excerpt: The game starts off with you working for M16 but then you are kicked out for reckless tatics. You then accept a job from Goldfinger and enter a war betwen Goldfinger and DR No. You make your way from one location to another, stopping DR No and then fighting for your life when Goldfinger turns on you. The graphics for this game are top of the range. It makes other Bond games look obsolet. The sounds for the game are also top of the range but the music doesn't quite work.
Excerpt: Golden eye - Rogue Agent Review PS2 "Why save the world when you can rule it?" because it wouldnt be a proper jamesbond game if you didnt. You work for Auric Goldfinger as a rogue agent. You have been employed by golfinger to eliminate Dr. No his nemesis. You meet legendary characters such as oddjob, godfinger and Dr.no who all starred in James bond films in the past.
Pros: its a jamesbond game - well kind of
Cons: graphics, bland gameplay, doesnt compare to everything or nothing
Excerpt: GoldenEye: Rogue Agent (PS2) This is a First-person shooter, Single/multiplayer game from Electronic Arts (EA GAMES) I give this game 9/10 it's definately one of my favourite games, it has great replay value, great graphics, great music and sound FX, the sound is awesome, it is a thrill to play this game.
Pros: Dual Weapons, Excellent choice of weapons, Great gameplay and Music
Excerpt: If you've played Nintendo 64 at all, then you probably know all about GoldenEye 007. Based on the unspectacular James Bond film, Rare's first-person shooter transcended its source material and stunned gamers with its quality multiplayer action. Put another way, it was the Halo of the mid-late '90s. Since then, the James Bond license has migrated over to Electronic Arts, which has turned it into a semi-regular franchise of shooters.
Excerpt: ******Introduction****** This is certainly NOT a sequel to the Goldeneye game released on the N64 in 1997. Goldeneye: Rogue Agent goes into the dark side of the James Bond universe because, well, you are an evil guy. This is really a great game, but it is really hard in some parts. ******Story****** You are an MI6 agent who gets kicked out for extremely brutal tactics that were not allowed at MI6.