Conclusion: En plus d’avoir le choix des armes, le public pourra aussi profiter du titre à l’aide de contrôleurs de jeu variés comme le couple Wiimote/Nunchuk, la manette Gamecube ou encore le Controller Classic Pro. Eurocom a fait en sorte de proposer une flopée de réglages hautement personnalisables permettant à tout type de joueur de jouer dans des conditions optimales.
Pros: Le rythme de jeu, Une adaptation moderne, Le choix entre discrétion et passage en force, Très accessible et simple à prendre en main
Cons: Doublages français, Le mode écran partagé ralenti, Absence de communication en ligne
Summary: Let’s get this out of the way first: no game will ever be GoldenEye 007 for the Nintendo 64. The unique combination of advancements in technology, controls, gaming and culture are not going to collide like that ever again. It was a revolution in gaming and those come along very, very rarely, and usually not in the form of a licensed videogame. This fact won’t keep companies from trying to cash in on the name, however.
Excerpt: The GoldenEye 007 franchise has well known history in the video game industry. A Nintendo DS version does not make a lot of sense to the WMG. This game loosely follows the other versions, but has a much different feel to it. Players have to use their radar to kill off hundreds of the same looking enemies who will happily stand there waiting for you to kill them. They are shooting at you, and that is the only way players may even notice there is an enemy nearby.
Modern take on older Bond flick, as first-person shooter.
Common Sense Media
25 May 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that GoldenEye 007 one of the few "Teen"-rated shooters because while there is quite a bit of violence, there isn't much blood or gore. Yes, some red blood can be seen while shooting at enemies -- and they're bad guys -- but it's considerably less graphic than other first-person shooters. There are also some suggestive scenes and words in the game, but both are minimal.
Excerpt: Quote from review: "A little over thirteen years ago a development studio named Rare came out of the shadows and produced what is still regarded as one of the greatest games of all time. That game is of course GoldenEye on the N64. For years gamers have clamored for more, either in a remake format or sequel and every so often something comes up to rekindle the interest in the series . However, what we have in this game is not what we expected.
Conclusion: GoldenEye 007 is one of the best games I’ve played on the Wii, and one of the most entertaining shooters I’ve played on any console of this generation. After this GoldenEye 007 Wii Review, the video game actually made me want to see the movie GoldenEye remade with Daniel Craig, a feat I didn’t think a game based on a movie could accomplish. If you are a fan of the original game, or shooters in general, you should get this game.
Conclusion: with the original). That is, until now, with the reimagining of the original Rare GoldenEye released for the Wii: GoldenEye 007. It isn’t simply a remake of the first GoldenEye, either, being more of a upgraded and extended “director’s cut” taking much of the single-player adventure and adding and extenuating it with larger levels inspired by the N64 version, and bringing the renowned multiplayer to a whole new level of excellence.
Excerpt: If you're like me and spent a significant amount of the late 90s trying to kill your friends in GoldenEye 007 for N64, then you too were excited to hear that there is a new GoldenEye 007 for the Wii. Anticipation is a double-edged sword, as is trying to redo a beloved titled from the past. Luckily, Eurocom took the time and really did it right. Perhaps the best thing about this game is that it is more an homage than a remake.
Summary: GoldenEye 007 is surprisingly good. Purists might wince at the licenses taken, but as a new take on an old tale with a new Bond, Eurocom did the original right. While the single-player component came off nicely, save for a control and AI mishaps, the multiplayer, as enjoyable as it is, will need a patch to really hit its mark. So some hitches aside, GoldenEye 007 is a solid first-person shooter that manages to not only be a roaming gallery shooter but so much more.