GoldenEye: Rogue Agent GameCube

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Mixed or average reviews- based on 14 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 14
  2. Negative: 3 out of 14
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  1. Apr 9, 2012
    A rather simplistic FPS. There really isn't too much to say about this one. Great graphics, good gunplay and great environments. Splitscreen multiplayer is fun, but there's nothing outstanding.
  2. MattR.
    Oct 30, 2007
    I think this franchise for the most part has turned out great games, leaving good memories to all gamers, but Rogue Agent not only fails to equate to EoN or Nightfire, its a miserable FPS altogether. The multiplayer function is the only saving grace of this game, allowing for limited entertainment, but entertainment nonetheless.
  3. JoshH.
    Dec 4, 2004
    If your looking for awesome multiplayer action this is not the one. Go back to playing night fire. Without a radar in this game it gets old sneaking up on your friends and shooting them in the back.Where's the challenge? Campaign mode is ok but its missing something.

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#21 Most Discussed GameCube Game of 2004

Mixed or average reviews - based on 35 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 35
  2. Negative: 7 out of 35
  1. AceGamez
    Then there's the mostly drab level design, the 'who cares' story and the often repetitive gameplay.
  2. Edge Magazine
    Rogue Agent is the result of design by committee: a safe, reasonably accomplished but uninspiring offering which neither excels nor progresses its genre in any way. [Christmas 2004, p.82]
  3. games(TM)
    We're cataclysmically disappointed that Rogue Agent even exists. Just when it seemed like EA had pulled its socks up and become a real unstoppable force with games to match its resources, we get this ' perhaps the most cynical and cobbled-together excuse for a key release we've ever seen. [Christmas 2004, p.111]