- Summary: Developed exclusively for Wii and based on the GoldenEye film, GoldenEye 007 gives players the chance to use the lethal, gritty style of Daniel Craig's James Bond to outwit, outmaneuver and overtake an arms syndicate that threatens the world in an innovative, modern take on the legendary GoldenEye movie. GoldenEye 007 features an unprecedented lineup of four-player split-screen multiplayer options that encourage social gaming, with over 50 total characters, including eight classic Bond characters, ten maps, three standard modes and 17 special modifiers that allow gamers to create hundreds of game combinations. GoldenEye 007 also features online multiplayer for up to eight players designed for seasoned FPS online gamers with unique modes and a robust XP system for unlockables and achievements.… Expand
Dec 12, 201086GoldenEye 007 has a surprisingly impressive single-player campaign that remains true to its roots despite deliberately rewriting the script. The multiplayer doesn't break any barriers and it's weighed down by performance issues, but it's still fun for a few rounds in the living room or online.
Jan 13, 201185GoldenEye is not the remake many were expecting, and it doesn't live up to the original. GoldenEye is its own game, a new entry on James Bond's series, with great plot and gameplay and, even more important, one of the best FPS out there for the Nintendo Wii.
Jan 31, 201170GoldenEye doesn't tarnish the original and doesn't try to be a carbon copy either, but it is hindered by problems which were always going to be hard to surmount. If you're panging for a bit of Bond and something to play with friends round, you could do a lot worse than what is a fine revival of a classic.
9A very solid effort for the Wii. Although not in the same league as its 64 brother, its still an enjoyable experience. Those looking to relive the old 64 days would be better served to get the old console out. This still has hours upon hours of game time with a good storyline and excellent multiplayer.… Expand
8As far as graphics are concerned the GoldenEye 007 is a looker on the Wii, despite its constant straight lines and lack of curves on weapons (maybe this is due to its licensing limits, the only licensed guns are the AK-47 and P99 and even the AK-47 isn't completely accurate in terms of curves and straight lines). Call me a kid, but I haven't played the original GoldenEye so I can't really make any judgements on the new installments stealth functions. However from a CoD and BF background I must say that they were good and different from what I was used to at the same time. Definitely worth checking out, but make sure you have a Classic Controller Pro handy.… Expand
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I was hoping this would be like the N64 version, sadly it's not no way.
Ok story now changed totally the first few level 's is ok but after you go to these other places that was NEVER in Golden eye in the first place so why put them in this game if they mean nothing to the game?
And oh yes you get Dan Craig in this time not Bros man that I did not like they should stick with the old people the first people who was in this game.
Also a new villain but I rather have back Sean Bean as him he was better.
The on line part can be annoying if the host leaves you leave to due to lag and then you lose the points you gained then back for more games. On line can lag a bit for this game, then the levels has made a lot I never heard before in the other Golden eye game for the mu lit-player mode.
As the health it regains instead of picking up armour like the old days this time it's like a COD wannabe to get the fans more money from them by selling short with this game and completely destroy most of it and trying to make it good to sell.
It looks so sloppy and new levels that's it that you never heard before.
Note, where is a guy who shoots at the screen? Har har he don't the other version did and no Golden eye music like the N64 one just a bad dull one they should copy and paste the music from N64 one then onto there so easy, instead having a new soundtrack to the game that sounds nothing like a James Bond theme at all.
Weapons are almost gone too I only find a few looks like they ditched the other good guns on the other one too.
In short this is a COD game now let's move on now.… Expand