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GoldenEye Remake for Wii and DS Leaked by Activision

GoldenEye Remake for Wii and DS Leaked by Activision

by Bradley DeLorenzoJune 7, 2010

GoNintendo received an anonymous tip about a leaked Activision survey, with pictures of two covers for a Wii game, a golden Classic Controller, and a new Wii Zapper modeled after the infamous Golden Gun.  It also had this tasty quote, revealing that the game will have improved graphics and physics, 8 player online multiplayer, and Daniel Craig will be replacing Pierce Brosnan:

“GoldenEye for the Nintendo 64 was a game that defined a genre.  Now, after 13 years of gaming innovation, the legend is re-imagined.  Developed from the ground up for the Wii, GoldenEye takes advantage of the latest technology to deliver the same intense experience with today’s graphics and physics.  Play a modernized version of the classic story with the new Bond (Daniel Craig), more lethal and cunning than ever as you take on missions around the world.  Relive all the legendary moments from the original game: St Petersburg, the Caribbean and numerous other levels.  Leverage the classic arsenal of weapons and gadgets as you fight Onatopp, Trevelyan and their adversaries, from the classic PP7 to the high tech assault rifle, sniper rifles and even the tank.  The enhanced multiplayer experience offers 4 player split-screen like the original and introduces 8 player online matches.  GoldenEye is 13 years better, are you?”

But that’s not all.  Then Eurogamer got their own anonymous tip, learning that the game is about to be announced at E3 and will be released in November.  It is being co-developed by the UK-based Eurocom and the US-based n-Space.  Eurocom previously worked on another Nintendo 64 Bond game, The World Is Not Enough, and n-Space has worked on some Duke Nukem titles, Geist, and the DS Call of Duty games.  We’ll have to wait until E3’s official announcement, but I think we can assume that Eurocom will be developing the Wii title while n-Space develops the DS title.

via gamrfeed via GoNintendo via Eurogamer

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