GoldenEye 007

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This article is about the Nintendo 64 game. For the movie, see GoldenEye.

GoldenEye 007 is a first person shooter video game released for the Nintendo 64 on August 25, 1997, developed by Rare Ltd. and published by Nintendo.[1] The game was released two years after the movie it was based on, to critical and commercial acclaim. It featured the player as fictional MI6 spy James Bond.

Due to rights issues between Nintendo, Microsoft, (current owner of Rare Ltd.) and EON (responsible for James Bond licensing) a re-release of this game has not yet occurred, though Activision released a re-imagining of the game when they had the James Bond license, and it was released for the Wii, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360.


  1. GameFAQS