GoldenEye 007 is a remake of the classic shooting under the same title published in 1997 on Nintendo 64. The creators thoroughly refreshed every aspect of the game, pulling the whole thing up to contemporary standards.
The film loosely reproduces the script of the film. As an agent with a license to kill the adventure begins in Soviet Arkhangelsk, where a secret chemical weapons factory is located in the military complex. Our task is to infiltrate the building and destroy the laboratory. Subsequent missions will overtake us all over the world in search of the title Golden Eye, an experimental Soviet satellite weapon with offensive potential, which can upset the political balance of the world forever. During the adventure we will visit Monte Carlo, St. Petersburg and Cuba. There are also locations that were not in the original film, including Kyrgyzstan.
Changes and improvements met all the components of the product. In the film version and the original game the role of agent 007 was played by Pierce Brosnan, here Daniel Craig replaces him. During the single player campaign, Bond will face not only hordes of ordinary opponents, but also eight classic villains such as Francisco Scaramanga, Jaws and Oddjob. Our agent has a much wider range of offensive capabilities than his predecessor from Nintendo 64. For example, there was a possibility of melee combat, thanks to which we can quickly finish the enemy in a close circle, or sneak silently and send the enemy into Morpheus' arms with one blow. The freedom of movement has also been increased. Currently Bond has no difficulty jumping over the barriers. In addition, the first-aid kits have been removed and now we regain our health automatically when we remain in hiding for a while.
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Game mode: single / multiplayer Multiplayer mode: Internet Player counter: 1-8
User score: 8,7 / 10 based on 122 votes.
Pre-release expectations: 9.6 / 10 based on 10 votes.
PEGI rating GoldenEye 007