Bond is back at GoldenEye
The GoldenEye 007 XBLA is a free action game that lets you play the GoldenEye 007 on your PC. This game is an immersive version of the canceled GoldenEye 007 commemorative Xbox Live Arcade service. Copy near the final gaming you only need to use it in the Xenia emulator.
A nice feature of being able to switch between old and new graphics has been added but most of the game remains the same.
GoldenEye 007 is a first-person shooter in 1997 developed by Rare and published by the Nintendo Nintendo 64 console.
According to the 1995 GoldenEye film of the famous franchise of James Bond, he plays the secret agent James Bond – also known as “007” – who should prevent a criminal gang from using a satellite weapon against Britain.
The game has provided you with a single player campaign and a multiplayer mode for screen split.
It was so well-known, won several awards, and became known as one of the largest video games in the history of its early shooters. Its success inspired the games that followed but no one really lived up to the title.
In 2008, the anticipated Xbox Live Arcade version of the redesigned version was eventually canceled due to financial issues and licensing rights.
Due to leaks, however, the GoldenEye 007 XBLA has been uninstalled and completely playable on your desktop. It will need Xenia but without finding the right file to use – “\ Bean \ default.xex” – there is no problem with playing it. With the click of a button, you can switch between HD-converted graphics and N64 original displays.
Some edited content is not available, however, such as online multiplayer mode with some older NPCs.
All in all, the GoldenEye 007 XBLA is the next best thing you can find just to hear this lovely PC shooting game. It has no original content and edited features but is almost complete.
You can play it completely and enjoy it with the right emulator. It also has the option to change the style of the graphics, so nostalgic fans can always go back to the original image of the game.
- A fully-playable nearly-complete remastered version
- Can switch between modern HD graphics and classic N64 graphics
- Can be run on modded consoles
- No online multiplayer mode
- Some beloved NPCs have been replaced
- Only runs on Xenia