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Goldeneye 007 - Collector's Edition (Wii)

Platform : Nintendo Wii
4.6 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews

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Platform: Nintendo Wii | Edition: Collector's Edition

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  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
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Platform: Nintendo Wii | Edition: Collector's Edition
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  • ASIN: B00457X72W
  • Release Date: 5 Nov. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
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Platform:Nintendo Wii  |  Edition:Collector's Edition

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Includes Gold Classic Nintendo Pad

Bond is back and so too is the most influential first person shooter in console history. Years before Halo, GoldenEye on the Nintendo 64 was the multiplayer game of the age. Many games since have tried to emulate it but until now it's never had an official update.

Although the basic design of the original game is maintained this is no straight remake, with every element of the design and graphics revamped and improved for the modern age - with a new cast including Daniel Craig as Bond. With plenty of surprises for even the most avid fan of the original this still manages to retain the unique mix of action, stealth and world-beating design.

Of course GoldenEye wouldn't be GoldenEye without its multiplayer mode, with the classic four-player splitscreen mode back and playing better than ever. For the first time though there's also an eight-player online option, for the ultimate Bond experience.

  • Dr Yes: The best Bond game ever, and one of the most beloved first person shooters of all time, returns with a whole new makeover and mountains of new features.
  • Thunderball: The ground-breaking single-player mode returns in a way you've never seen before, with new story elements, new moves, and some of the best graphics on the Wii.
  • Screen Giants: The classic four-player splitscreen multiplayer returns with all your favourite, levels, weapons and classic Bond villains such as Odd Job and Jaws.
  • Golden Gun: Use the controller of your choice from a Wii remote to a Wii Zapper, Classic Controller, GameCube joypad or even the limited edition Golden Classic Controller Pro.
  • Hollywood Talent: Daniel Craig takes the role of Bond, with Judi Dench as M. Plus the original film's script writer Bruce Feirstein is back to update the story for 2010.

Manufacturer's Description

Bond is back and so too is the most influential first person shooter in console history. Years before Halo, GoldenEye on the Nintendo 64 was the multiplayer game of the age. Many games since have tried to emulate it but until now it's never had an official update.


GoldenEye returns, except nothing is quite the same...
The multiplayer mode has all the classic villains and guns
The updated story mode looks and plays better than ever
Silenced weapons and new stealth attacks are essential

Although the basic design of the original game is maintained this is no straight remake, with every element of the design and graphics revamped and improved for the modern age - with a new cast including Daniel Craig as Bond. With plenty of surprises for even the most avid fan of the original this still manages to retain the unique mix of action, stealth and world-beating design.

Of course GoldenEye wouldn't be GoldenEye without its multiplayer mode, with the classic four-player splitscreen mode back and playing better than ever. For the first time though there's also an eight-player online option, for the ultimate Bond experience.

Key Features
  • Dr Yes: The best Bond game ever, and one of the most beloved first person shooters of all time, returns with a whole new makeover and mountains of new features.
  • Thunderball: The ground-breaking single-player mode returns in a way you've never seen before, with new story elements, new moves, and some of the best graphics on the Wii.
  • Screen Giants: The classic four-player splitscreen multiplayer returns with all your favourite, levels, weapons and classic Bond villains such as Odd Job and Jaws.
  • Golden Gun: Use the controller of your choice from a Wii remote to a Wii Zapper, Classic Controller, GameCube joypad or even the limited edition Golden Classic Controller Pro.
  • Hollywood Talent: Daniel Craig takes the role of Bond, with Judi Dench as M. Plus the original film's script writer Bruce Feirstein is back to update the story for 2010.
About the Developer: Eurocom
Despite having been in business since 1988 this Derby-based developer is something of an unsung hero. They specialise in licensed games and have worked on everything from Lethal Weapon to Batman Begins and Ice Age. They have also created a number of different James Bond games.


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Platform for Display: Nintendo WiiEdition: Collector's Edition
When it comes to videogames, there is nothing I enjoy more than a good remake of a classic game. I'd rather have a remake of a superb, 13 year old game (like N64's "Goldeneye"), than a new and original but lousy one. This has been done a few times before with great results: PS1's "Resident Evil" was remade (from scratch) for the Gamecube in 2002, PS1's "Metal Gear Solid" was remade (from scratch) for the Gamecube in 2004 (under the name "Twin Snakes"), and PS1's "Silent Hill" was remade (from scratch) for the Wii in 2009 (under the name "Shattered Memories"). This remake of "Goldeneye" is just as good as those. However, this is more than just a remake of N64's "Goldeneye" from 1997. This is like "Goldeneye" + "all the other cool stuff from the James Bond-franchise" thrown together in the mix and shaken (not stirred). Classic guns (including the golden one) and characters from past Bond-movies are playable in the multiplayer mode. These characters include:

-Jaws (That big scary 7'2'' tall guy with metal teeth played by Richard Kiel in "The Spy Who Loved Me" (1977) and "Moonraker" (1979))

-Francisco Scaramanga (Played by Christopher Lee in The Man with the Golden Gun (1974))

-Oddjob (The Hawaiian guy with the lethal hat played by Harold Sakata in Goldfinger (1964))

-Ernst Stavro Blofeld (This is the Blofeld played by Charles Gray in Diamonds Are Forever (1971).
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Platform for Display: Nintendo WiiEdition: Collector's Edition
Single player is great, but multiplayer is where the fun really starts! Don't expect this to be a straight remake, there's different weapons, levels, everything is different. But the fun is still there. The gold classic controller is great too, can't get enough of it!
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At first when i heard someone was attempting to remake the famous Goldeneye from the N64, also known as one of the best and most influential shooters ever, i was not happy. I thought although this sounds good on paper its not going to work.
HOWEVER! I was wrong! And im so pleased to be wrong, this game was great!
It could've been so easy to ruin this game but instead have created a well thoughout game.
Its more like a brand new bond game with elements of the original rather than being a straight remake. When you play the game you kind of forget its a remake then BOOM you will see something that reminds you of the original!
They have really pushed the wii to its limits the levels are quite large which i cant believe the wii can handle!
The story although slightly changed is still true to the N64 version.
The gamplay is exciting, i thought it was abit metal gear solidesc. multiplayer is a laugh great fun.
Its great that the wii finally has a solid shooter like this.

If you liked this check out Metroid Prime Trilogy, House of Dead Overkill, CODBlackOps, Conduit, Sin and Punishment2.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo WiiEdition: Collector's Edition
When I say "Forget the game," what I mean is merely that I bought this item purely for want of the controller, I do not mean to cast aspersions on the game, as I do intend to play it and from all of my research it seems considerably good. The controller itself is excellent. Not only does it look amazing, some think it's tacky, I do not, but it also feels effortlessly comfortable and is really a step above and beyond the standard Wii remote for non-motion-sensor-gaming.

With the recent announcement of the Wii U's backwards compatibility to all Wii-brand controllers, not to mention its rumoured 50% better (than a PS3) graphical capabilities, getting used to a more traditional game pad such as this might well allow greater enjoyment of this future console.

For now though, this controller is second only to the GameCube controller for Smash Bros. play, so when prices are low on this product, or if you'd rather buy the classic controller pro in black Nintendo Classic Controller - Black (Wii), I would certainly recommend it.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo WiiEdition: Collector's Edition
I bought this for my boyfriend for Christmas 2011. We've been really impressed with it it's a very good game and the detail is very good although he completed it really quickly on the operative setting but there are other settings such as agent which are harder and have more objectives to complete but they're exactly the same levels which I would find a bit repetitive but he seems to like it and is always playing on it. He likes the online games too as you can play against other people.
I bought him the golden gun for the wiimote for this game but it was just too complicated for him or any of us to use, he much prefers the classic control that comes with this package which plugs into the wiimote like the numchuk does so it's still wireless (I didn't think it was wireless when I first looked at it I thought you'd have to plug it into the wii itself).
The only criticism I have, and it's not about the game itself, is that the packaging when it arrived was all battered. I had to take the game and the control out of the nice box that it comes in and wrap it separately as it looked like I'd bought it second hand and for an expensive game when I'd bought it new I was disappointed with this for the price I paid I would have hoped they'd take more care, even a little bit of bubble wrap would have prevented this.
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