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  • Summary: GoldenEye 007: Reloaded is an innovative and contemporary take on the legendary James Bond adventure.
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 16 out of 38
  2. Negative: 0 out of 38
  1. Nov 2, 2011
    94
    I suspect this will be one of the first titles to take a price drop, so if this time of the year is really punishing your wallet, you might want to wait, but for those who never got to play GoldenEye on the N64 or even last year on the Wii, you can now finally experience a bit of gaming history, freshly wrapped in a next-gen package that is so challenging, so fun, and so addicting, you might have trouble deciding what to play when all those holiday titles start stacking up.
  2. Nov 1, 2011
    85
    Addictive multiplayer will keep you coming back for more, especially with all the different ways to play. Single player has its moments, but some rough edges (invisible walls and less-than-stellar AI) make the whole package suffer.
  3. Nov 10, 2011
    81
    GoldenEye 007 has finally arrived on HD consoles. The story is not really new and the graphics aren't state of the art, but the multiplayer mode with all the local and online possibilities is really cool.
  4. Nov 3, 2011
    70
    Overall, I was actually pleasantly surprised by GoldenEye: Reloaded. There are enough nods to the source material to keep the game from being a complete derailment of the franchise, and while the multiplayer will never measure up to the original, it still has its English charms.
  5. 70
    It is a title that takes advantage of its origins, but doesn't depend too much on nostalgia to win the interest of the player.
  6. Nov 21, 2011
    65
    Goldeneye 007: Reloaded is a workmanlike game which does exactly what it says on the tin, but little more. Solid then, but utterly inessential, especially for those who have sampled the Wii iteration.
  7. 50
    Reloaded is a game that doesn't do enough to win over gamers who never played the classic and for those who fell in love with this N64 classic, you might be better off wiping that dust off your old N64 console. The game feels like it was stuck in the middle of modernizing the experience too much and sticking true to the roots, opting to stay around the middle.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 21
  2. Negative: 6 out of 21
  1. Oct 18, 2021
    10
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  2. Sep 9, 2012
    8
    I didn't enjoy the Wii port of this game so I wasn't really expecting to enjoy this version, but I really enjoyed it. There's new multiplayerI didn't enjoy the Wii port of this game so I wasn't really expecting to enjoy this version, but I really enjoyed it. There's new multiplayer content this time around, as well as improved graphics (there still not up to todays standards), and Mi6 ops mode which allows you to play through various challenges for high scores. Mi6 mode is a good addition for people who are into that kind of thing, but modes like that never really interest me, and it's disappointing that you can't play through them cooperatively. By far the best addition to this game that makes it better than the Wii port are the controls, they don't suck this time around. The single player is fun and offers a re-imagined version of the Goldeneye movie plot better suited for Daniel Craig's interpretation of the Bond character, however the campaign does suffer from some pitfalls, it's at it's best when your sneaking through levels taking out enemies stealthily, but suffers when the flood the screen with enemies and give you limited cover during on of the games frustrating sections, luckily those sections are few and far between. The multiplayer borrows from the Call of Duty series, but manages to feel like it's own unique experience. As a matter of a fact that's something you can say about the whole game. All in all it's a great game that does suffers from pitfalls but if your a Bond fan this is a good purchase. Expand
  3. Aug 5, 2013
    8
    GoldenEye 007: Reloaded 8/10..........................................................................................................................
  4. Dec 23, 2013
    5
    I don't know what was supposed to be reloaded in this game, but if this was supposed to be an improvement over a previous game, then I amI don't know what was supposed to be reloaded in this game, but if this was supposed to be an improvement over a previous game, then I am frightened to see its source material. GoldenEye 007 Reloaded as all of the elements to be a great Bond game. The controls are surprisingly spot on and all of the missions seem pretty well-thought out. But there are so many things wrong with the game; sometimes it's annoying to play, other times its downright unplayable. The voice work is awful, and it is obvious that both Craig and Dench were forced by their companies to act this out and tried to phone their performances in as best as possible, ending up with robotic voice overs that seriously impact your sense of immersion. The gameplay is faulty in many areas other than the gunplay. Awkward grenade indicators cause extreme confusion and lead to countless unnecessary deaths. In addition, the level design is extremely poor, either holding your hand along the yellow brick road, or placing you in a war zone against hundreds of enemies. One level I had to give up on because I died ten times in a row. Ten times. The level provided no sufficient cover, and every time I tried to hide and regain health, I was greeted with an onslaught of unavoidable grenades which caused a truck, which was the only possible cover, to explode, instantly killing me. On top of this, the game is unbelievably repetitive, making you feel like you're playing the same level over again with a different backdrop to hide its similarities. But perhaps the game's greatest fault is that I never felt like James Bond. Unlike Uncharted 2, which allows you to play though incredible scenarios, GoldenEye plays its most exciting moments in cutscenes, forcing the player to take a backseat while the real Bond does all the dirty work. This is a monumental letdown and a testament to the wasted potential that this game has to offer. In short, the target is in sight but there's no way to reach it. The good Bond game is there and I love the polished controls and some gunfights. But the repetitiveness, lack of immersion, and infuriating gameplay segments cause 007 to fail the mission and never truly reach his potential. Agent down.

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  5. Apr 16, 2012
    5
    The HD version of Goldeneye007: Reloaded had great potential. Although it does have some descent meat-&-potatoes style FPS action, itThe HD version of Goldeneye007: Reloaded had great potential. Although it does have some descent meat-&-potatoes style FPS action, it ultimately doesn't deliver. PS2 era graphics and gameplay are the most immediate faults that leap out at you. These are quickly followed by clumsy vehicle controls, stiff aiming sensitivity and a non-existent online community. On the FPS-lite Wii, Goldeneye007: Reloaded makes a lot of sense. On PS3, however, the game is ridiculously outgunned by it's competition. Expand
  6. Jan 19, 2019
    5
    The original Goldeneye is a masterpiece of gaming and will go down as one of the greatest shooters of all time. This game? This game is aThe original Goldeneye is a masterpiece of gaming and will go down as one of the greatest shooters of all time. This game? This game is a generic Call of Duty-esque cover shooter that fails to be Goldeneye and is a slap in the face to the original game. This game will never live up to Goldeneye and really should just be it's own thing. Expand
  7. Jun 14, 2012
    0
    I made an account to keep people from buying this game. Where should I begin with the faults? Well, it's a typical Activision game: outdatedI made an account to keep people from buying this game. Where should I begin with the faults? Well, it's a typical Activision game: outdated graphics, short story and characters with no depth whatsoever. If you are a fan of the original Goldeneye on N64, do not buy this game because it will ruin the experience of the original forever. All the characters in this game have been modified which is weird because the game is supposed to be based on the movie. Another typical CoD clone for the mindless masses. A shame, because the name James Bond used to be a synonym for great game. I don't even know if I can complete this game because it's so boring. Expand

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