The GoldenEye story comes to life once again with an updated single player storyline featuring Daniel Craig as Bond.

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James Bond (voice)
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Bill Tanner (voice)
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Alec Trevelyan (voice)
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General Ourumov (voice) (as Laurentiu Possa)
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Dimitri Mishkin (voice)
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Sgt. Garcia (voice)
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Valentin Dmitrovich Zukovsky (voice)
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Sky Briggs (voice)
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The GoldenEye story comes to life once again with an updated single player storyline featuring Daniel Craig as Bond. Surprise enemies covertly or engage in a full on firefight and use Bond's latest gadget to uncover intel in augmented reality as you relive all the classic GoldenEye movie moments. Infiltrate the dam and destroy the facility; chase Ourumov in the tank through the streets of St. Petersburgh; and investigate the secret jungle base. Multiplayer Split screen returns, 4 players in the same room, on the same screen. The extensive variety of characters, game modes and weapons lets you customize the perfect experience from over 200 split screen game combinations: .40 unique characters: Play as your favorite Bond characters and villains, including 8 classic characters such as Oddjob, Jaws, Scaramanga and 5 other classic characters to be announced .16 Special Game Modes: Mix and match to create a unique gaming experience every time you play. Put a twist on standard game types ... Written by Nick

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2 November 2010 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

GoldenEye 007: Reloaded  »

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Second of four James Bond video-games [to date, October 2012] made and released by Activision. The others are Quantum of Solace (2008), James Bond 007: Blood Stone (2010) and 007 Legends (2012). See more »

Goofs

The name "Janus" is mispronounced throughout the game. Every character says it like "janice", but the proper pronunciation is like "yanus." See more »

Quotes

Dam Turbine Guard #1: Someone should tell the general that we are soldiers, not engineers!
Dam Turbine Guard #2: Perhaps you should mention it to him... right after he asks for the status of the turbines.
Dam Turbine Guard #1: What? You're trying to get me shot?
Dam Turbine Guard #2: At least then you'll die like a soldier.
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Connections

References The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) See more »

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The Man I Love (Ecko Remix)
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Fun for the 007 fan who's a casual gamer
22 January 2011 | by See all my reviews

As a longtime James Bond fan with fond memories of the N64 GOLDENEYE from the '90s, I took a chance and picked up this game. My wife has had the Wii for some time now for her fitness stuff but I never touched it -- in fact, the last video game I'd spent any significant time playing was the original GOLDENEYE almost 15 years ago. I was skeptical of how well a FPS could work on the somewhat limited Wii platform, and am quite honestly not a fan of the controllers (the Remote and the Nunchuk thingee). However, using the Classic Controller (with View control set to "Inverse") made all the difference. So far I'm having a lot of fun playing this game! For a Wii title the graphics look great on our 56-inch TV. The changes to the original plot and the replacement of Pierce Brosnan's Bond with the likeness of Daniel Craig add freshness to the gameplay. So far the solo-player version seems a tad short but it's at least challenging, especially when playing at the higher difficulty levels. The real longevity of the game, of course, lies in its multiplayer capability and I'm looking forward to diving into that.

We didn't get a new Bond movie in 2010, but the revamped GOLDENEYE for the Wii turns out to be a decent substitute.


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