GoldenEye 64 will easily go down forever as one of the best first-person shooters of all time. The movie the game was based on was quite good too! Now what happens when Pierce Brosnan, star of GoldenEye, gets into a multipla... read
If you ever spent a night or two demolishing friends in GoldenEye 007's illustrious multiplayer, you're probably intimately familiar with the Klobb, arguably one of the weakest weapons in the game. You surely know of the gun,... read
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Game music remixer Dj CUTMAN has organized a bunch of tunes that he's produced for the video group Underbelly into a nifty pay-what-you want pack. Underbelly Beats & Remixes contain a few s... read
Screw beer pong, hand me that controller Gamers are a diverse breed. From PC aficionados and console fanatics, to retro devotees and casual admirers, there is no one-size-fits-all model of videogame hobbyist. Though we possess many differences, like game preferences... read feature
YouTube filmmaker Michael Green and friends got together to pay some respect to GoldenEye 64 with this live action take. Sure, it may have not aged well but I can't help but smile whenever I think back to Rare's first-person shooter. read
[Dtoid Community Blogger Xander Markham takes an in-depth look back at one of the pinnacles of modern gaming. Want to see your own words appear on the front page? Go write something! --Mr Andy Dixon]
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Martin Hollis, director and producer of GoldenEye 007 on the Nintendo 64, gave a postmortem on the development of the critically acclaimed shooter here at GDC Europe today. One of the more fascinating, and somewhat hilarious,... read feature
Usually, weekends at Dtoid are extremely slow, but we were so chock-full of stories over the past couple of days that I held off on posting this video. I only just now remembered it was in my inbox. I don't see how I could f... read
As the HD reimagining of the 1997 classic Rareware shooter's fall release draws nearer, Activision and Eurocom will be showing off the game's various features in developer walkthroughs. First up on the docket is a look ... read
While many of us still look back fondly on our original GoldenEye days on the Nintendo 64, Activision are attempting to breathe new life into the series with a follow-up now coming to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
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After last year’s well-received Wii remake of the classic Nintendo 64 shooter GoldenEye 007, fans have been hoping to see an HD version. Developer Eurocom is now fulfilling that wish as it is bringing GoldenEye 007: Reloaded to the PS3 and 360.At gamescom we got a chance to see the long-awaited HD reimagining in action. read feature
Officially revealed this week, GoldenEye 007: Reloaded is Activision's latest attempt at capturing gamers' attention with the James Bond franchise. But can it deliver?
Based on this reveal trailer and the first batch of scre... read
Hey gang, another helping of cold-blood Destructoid Show street justice for you.
First, Mega Man Legends 3 is cancelled, and Jonathan Holmes needs a hug. Some hoodlums were so mad, they vandalized the Wikipedias! But hey, on... read
Hey dudes, whacky awesome exciting news today.
First, hacker group LulzSec gave one last hurrah before saying the voyage of their LulzBoat had come to an end. Or something, I don't even know. Second, the United States Suprem... read
A bunch of domains have been found for GoldenEye Reloaded, with common opinion suggesting that a port of last year's Wii re-release could be on the way to systems such as Xbox 360 and PS3.
No real details outside of the... read
Whenever I finish shooting an episode of The Destructoid Show, and I think "Yeah! Nailed it!" I'm always horribly disappointed when I see the episode. Today was one of those days. Is it a good episode? I have no idea, but I ... read
It's noon on the West coast and we're just waking up from our Friday Game Night hangover. What are we doing for breakfast? Playing Golden Eye 007 and giving away a dozen copies throughout the week! Join us on the stream to find out how to win it on justin.tv/destructoid. If you're in the San Francisco area and know where we hide come join us on the stream! read
Let’s get this out of the way first: no game will ever be GoldenEye 007 for the Nintendo 64. The unique combination of advancements in technology, controls, gaming and culture are not going to collide like that ever aga... read feature
Activision will have GoldenEye 007 and James Bond 007: Blood Stone playable at New York Comic-Con this weekend. Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions will also be at Activision's booth. On top of the games, there will also be giv... read
Want to do just melee in the new GoldenEye 007? You can and it'll grant you giant hands. Like a freak of nature! The game's multiplayer will have a ton of modifiers available to the point that there will be over 200 possibilities.
GoldenEye 007 will be out for the Wii and DS on November 2. Check out our latest preview to see if it's going to be a thing you want. read
One of the things serverly lacking from almost every Bond game after GoldenEye 007 was the ability to play as some of Bond's classic nemesis. Did it make much of a difference unless you were being a douche and playing as Odd... read
The Nintendo64 had some great games, but they were always few and far between, especially in the early days. That was a big problem for Nintendo's last cartridge-based console, until Rare came out with GoldenEye 007, that is... read feature
After years of disdain, I finally get why people love Goldeneye. It's the perfect "bridge" FPS.
FPSs are normally a love it or hate it affair. People who love the genre love it with a passion rarely seen in other aspects of ... read
We've already talked in depth today about GoldenEye 007 thanks to our recent interview on the game, but maybe you weren't quite sure about exactly how the game was being reworked. Developer interview video to the rescue!
Bond is back, and this time he's back in two new games. One of them is an entirely new venture in the form of Blood Stone the other is a relaunch of one of the most iconic games ever made, GoldenEye 007. While the former is t... read feature
After having it bluntly confirmed that GoldenEye 007 would indeed have no DLC whatsoever, I struggled with whether or not to top this story off with our intrepid hero, Captain Obvious. On the one hand games on the Wii just do... read
Because it heard how much you love them, Activision has announced a slew of retailer-specific pre-orders for its upcoming GoldenEye 007 game for the Wii. GameStop customers will get a code to unlock "Invisibility Mode" for sp... read
It seems that porting/updating GoldenEye for a "next-gen" system has pretty much been a major demand of gamers since companies started porting and revamping old games for new systems. And since that day people have been argui... read
With the next Bond film dead in the water until MGM gets its act together, the world isn't going to be getting any new Bond action for quite some time (even Jeffery Deaver penned book is a good ways off). Except in the form o... read feature
"GoldenEye is back. Get your friends."
This. This is why I'm excited for GoldenEye on the Wii (well, being a massive Bond fan helps too). I'm not sure if I'll be able to recapture the magic that my friends and I had sitting ... read
If you've ever dreamed of being the man with the golden gun, then tough sh*t, you have rubbish dreams. Still, you can be the man with the golden Classic Controller Pro, which has less of a ring to it but is a far more achieva... read
Can't wait to play GoldenEye 007 on your shiny white Wii? Well tough, because you're going to have to. In the meantime, however, we have some screens and a video for you to gawp at like a brainless guppy, so why not do that ... read