12-02-2016  6:27 pm      •     
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One of the best first-person, multiplayer shooter games ever made is back. The award-winning classic "Goldeneye 007" has been updated for the Nintendo Wii with new missions, destructible environments and multiple control scheme options. The new "Goldeneye 007" promises again to redefine the concept of a first-person shooter videogame.
When originally released in 1997 on the Nintendo 64, "Goldeneye 007" was an instant hit, winning multiple awards and making it on several "best video games ever" lists. Goldeneye 007 2010 will be available for the 2010 holidays, according to publisher Activision.
According to Nintendo, the Wii version will feature:
Wii Exclusive – The original GoldenEye for the Nintendo 64™ redefined the FPS genre, making it a best-selling title on one of the most popular platforms. As a Wii exclusive, the new GoldenEye 007 gaming experience will reflect modern technology advancements, while channeling nostalgia for fans of the franchise.

Split-Screen Multiplayer / Classic Bond Characters – GoldenEye 007 features an unprecedented lineup of four-player split-screen MP options, including 40 total characters, 8 classic Bond characters, 5 maps, 3 standard modes and 16 special modifiers that allow gamers to create over 500 different game combinations. GoldenEye 007 also features online multiplayer for up to 8 players designed for seasoned FPS online gamers with unique modes and a robust XP system for unlockables and achievements.

Choose the Way you Play – In addition to the Wii Remote and Nunchuk, GoldenEye 007 also supports the Classic Controller Pro for gamers who want to play with standard FPS controls and the Wii Zapper for "point and shoot" gamers; players will have several control scheme options, allowing them to experience GoldenEye on Wii any way they want.

 

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