Join the other side of the law, as you play a rogue MI6 agent, who becomes involved in a bitter gang war between Dr. No and Auric Goldfinger.

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Jeannie Elias ...
Pussy Galore (voice)
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Xenia Onatopp (voice)
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Dr. Julius No (voice)
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Hong Kong 1 'Sexy Bath House Girl' (voice)
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Why save the world when you can rule it? Cross over to the dark side of the Bond universe to experience life as a high-rolling, cold-hearted villain. As an aspiring 00 agent dismissed from MI6 for reckless brutality, you're recruited by Auric Goldfinger in a ruthless war against Dr. No for control of the Bond underworld. A brutal encounter with Dr. No costs you an eye, but Goldfinger's technicians replace it with a gold-hued, synthetic eye, earning you the name 'GoldenEye'. Written by Sujit R. Varma

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Why save the world...When you can rule it?


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15 November 2004 (Canada)  »

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GoldenEye: Dr. No vs. Goldfinger  »

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The surname of the Ernst Stavro Blofeld character, played in Spectre (2015) by Christoph Waltz, was named after Thomas Blofeld, with whom James Bond creator Ian Fleming went to school with at Eton College. Also known as Tom Blofeld, he was a Norfolk farmer, a fellow member of Boodle's, and the Chairman of the Country Gentleman's Asssociation. His son is cricket commentator Henry Blofeld. Ernst Blofeld's date of birth in the literary James Bond stories is the same date as Fleming's birthday which is 28th May 1908. See more »

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Pussy Galore: [about to have sex with Goldeneye] I *love* autopilot!
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Generic first person shooter
30 November 2004 | by (The Underverse) – See all my reviews

I'm really rather sick of first person shooter games. They are a dime a dozen and with all the Medal of Honor and Call of Duty games out there do we really need another? The previous game in the Bond universe was Everything or Nothing, which wasn't a first person shooter, something new. But this one goes back to something old.

There is a bit of a twist though. It's fun to play a villain, there's a little bit of RPG (only a touch) and the villains from the older movies (such as Dr No, Blofeld, Oddjob, Goldfinger and Francisco Scaramanga) come back, even though they are supposed to be very, very, long, long dead. But this novelty didn't last long and I quickly became bored of the game.

Plus there is too much going on. Hooked up to a home theatre this game is loud and thrilling but it will easily induce epileptic seizures so beware. Plus the targeting is terrible. If you have a gun that sprays bullets everywhere you will still have trouble killing a lone enemy in the distance. This got highly irritating.

As these type of games go even Die Hard: Vendetta was better. Nice music though. Rent it to try it out first as buying blind would be a serious error in judgment.


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