Summary: I originally thought this game would be the same the old favorite on N64, but I was delightfully surprised to see that the missions were similar, but different also. A lot of extra content has been added making the old fav more exciting this time around.
Summary: I gave this to my Grandson for his 10th birthday. He wrote me a thank you saying that it was the best present, that he and all of his friends loved playing it. It seems to have been the hit of the weekend.
Summary: This was the greatest game in the world when it came out on N64 and they've tried to revamp it for Wii which is admirable but they didn't really pull it off. The extra cutscenes could have probably been skipped, they look terrible on a big screen and the Wii U which is capable of full 1080p these days. The online multiplayer was the most exciting feature to me but it's terrible, very clunky and just meh.
Goldeneye for the Wii is not the N64 version, but it is the best Wii fps!
David Ramos, Amazon
15 January 2014
Summary: This game is very similar to the original Goldeneye on N64, and players who have locked in hours and hours of gameplay in the original N64 classic will love this treat! These are hands down the best FPS graphics and controls on Wii, plus it has tons of multiplayer maps both locally and online. I highly recommend this game!
Goldeneye Wii - improves upon the N64 original, but isn't the same game you remember.
William Gage, Amazon
11 January 2014
Summary: The Good: It is very much a MODERN fps. It feels a lot like CoD at times, especially during one level where you're caught in a war between Russians and some other force. The game feels very much (and plays out) like an interactive movie, rather than just a game. Personally I like this cinematic feel; it gives the game an added layer of depth. The returning levels are all well redesigned versions of their N64 counterparts.