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"GoldenEye Reloaded" Ohh Hell Yes

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Back to the topic (though a little light hearted poking is always fun).

I don't get why people want to remake Goldeneye. Yes, we have better graphics. Yes, we have better engines. Yes, it will be a cash cow for whoever develops the thing.

On the other hand, you're stomping all over what made the game classic. If you've played it recently you'd note sub-par sound, poor level design, uninspired weaponry, and graphical pea-soup. This is going to be mitigated by an overhaul, but in return you lose everything that made goldeneye special.


This project sounds a lot like Duke Nukem. On paper, it's beyond win. In reality, the thing is going to fall short because nothing short of the second coming (whether you believe in Christian lore or not) could match those expectations.

All of that said, it would be nice to have refresh of the game. I just hope that the developers understand what the fans want from a goldeneye reboot, so that even a disappointment can be well within the territory of good games.
 
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lol seriously. The topic. We needs to be onz it!

I'm gonna pick this up for the Wii when it goes on sale. My little ones need to kill evil Russians as I did when I was a kid. :laugh:
It's been out for Wii since November 2, 2010.
 

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It's been out for Wii since November 2, 2010.
Here Ill qoute myself....see bold and think Steam "Summer Sale"

lol seriously. The topic. We needs to be onz it!

I'm gonna pick this up for the Wii when it goes on sale. My little ones need to kill evil Russians as I did when I was a kid. :laugh:
 
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Looks like CoD reloaded. But anything Goldeneye brings back fond console memories. I'll give it a shot.
 
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If someone wants a multiplayer only goldeneye then I recommend goldeneye source.

I've got to agree with brandon on this one. Goldeneye Source is probably the BEST Bond game next to the classic N64 version. It damn near imitates just about everything that made the N64 version sooo good. The graphics aren't too modified, which is fine by me...after all, I don't want it to have SSAO occlusions, volumetric this, multisyncronizationing aliasing...etc. It just wasn't meant to be like that...
It's been a LOOOOOOONG time in the works, since it's been going through beta after beta...right now it's in beta 4 IIRC. Anyone who is a hardcore Goldeneye 64 fan owes it to themselves to at least try Goldeneye Source, you won't be sorry ;)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swhFBPDGZXc
 
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some more information

This new version has the modern story tweaks, the addition of Daniel Craig, and all of the other reimaginings from the Wii, but Eurocom is aiming for even more, adding in a new set of modes called MI-6 Ops, as well as co-op and full competitive multiplayer
That engine looks pretty good -- we're not exactly talking about Crysis-level fidelity, but it does hit all the checkmarks, including 60 frames per second, and all of the shaders and lighting you'd expect in an HD title.
I only played the one single-player mission, but Activision also showed off one of the MI-6 mission modes. There are four kinds of these extra mission experiences -- Assault, Elimination (where you need to take out one certain target), Stealth, and Wave Defense -- and Steer only showed off a wave defense level, featuring the player defending their choice of a few different points on a map.
And scores from the MI-6 missions will go out to online leaderboards, where players will be able to both see friends' scores, as well as compete against them on the same map with the same modifiers in place.
The PS3 version will also support the Move and Sharpshooter
 

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I've got to agree with brandon on this one. Goldeneye Source is probably the BEST Bond game next to the classic N64 version. It damn near imitates just about everything that made the N64 version sooo good. The graphics aren't too modified, which is fine by me...after all, I don't want it to have SSAO occlusions, volumetric this, multisyncronizationing aliasing...etc. It just wasn't meant to be like that...
It's been a LOOOOOOONG time in the works, since it's been going through beta after beta...right now it's in beta 4 IIRC. Anyone who is a hardcore Goldeneye 64 fan owes it to themselves to at least try Goldeneye Source, you won't be sorry ;)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swhFBPDGZXc
Only problem with GE Source is freaking open mics. I'm sure theres a way to turn it off, but I was about ready to off myself listening to all the morons playing it. I mean is it really necessary to go "ooo ooo oo NICE TRY" when you are squirming around trying to dodge bullets then kill the person attacking you.
 
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Only problem with GE Source is freaking open mics. I'm sure theres a way to turn it off, but I was about ready to off myself listening to all the morons playing it. I mean is it really necessary to go "ooo ooo oo NICE TRY" when you are squirming around trying to dodge bullets then kill the person attacking you.
I thought that all source games had the ability to control the mic flow in the options? Whether to turn the receiving mic volume low/all the way down or to just downright mute whichever player you seem to be muteworthy..
 
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Looks good, but I would have to say it would be better served with a title different than a 16 year old movie.
 

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I thought that all source games had the ability to control the mic flow in the options? Whether to turn the receiving mic volume low/all the way down or to just downright mute whichever player you seem to be muteworthy..
Yeah I assumed it did, but I only played 2 rounds then quit from the headache I got.
 

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bah this is just a redefined version of the Wii game with some pretty graphics
 
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This new version has the modern story tweaks, the addition of Daniel Craig.
i expect this to be as bad as his movies :banghead:
 
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