When you think of James Bond, there’s two different facets that come to mind: the charming, handsome gentleman-spy, and the brutally efficient man of action. Reconciling those two sides of 007 are crucial to any great Bond story—but for writer Andy Diggle, they’re especially important for his upcoming comic miniseries …
Secret agent James Bond doesn't just have gadgets and charm at his disposal. He can also count on a number of glitch advantages in Goldeneye—glitches which you can replicate in your own game.
The classic N64 shooter GoldenEye 007 lives again for a few minutes, thanks to a modder, William Kjellgren, who remade one of the most known maps of the game, the Facility, using the Far Cry 3 engine.
Apart from the fact that Spy is originally from France, he'd still perform well in Her Majesty's Secret Service. This video mashing up Team Fortress 2 with the most recent James Bond flick is so incredibly well done it leaves that impression.
Video games in the 80s only depicted a certain amount of pixels on the screen. Fortunately, that didn't hold developers back from pushing the limits of the available hardware to play with our imagination by creating beautiful, handsome characters.
I always figured I'd be pretty crap if I had to survive in a real-life version of GoldenEye. I was pretty solid at the N64 game back in the day (or at least, I think I was), but give me an actual Klobb and set me loose, and I'd be done for.
Even the massive money-making game publisher Activision lays off people from time to time, as the company confirmed today that they've cut about 30 jobs from their global work force. Kotaku first heard that the cuts were affecting Treyarch, the studio behind Call of Duty: Black Ops II, but a spokesperson for…
They say you're not supposed to judge something by its cover, but screw it: 007 Legends' awful cover gives the game away.
Goldfinger might be the most iconic of all the James Bond films. Even if you've never seen it (or, like me, saw it once, long ago, at about three in the morning while not really paying attention), you know its big beats. Goldfinger is the one where Bond is strapped to a table with that giant laser beam heading slowly…
This week's 007 Legends puts players into the iconic (stylish, expensive) shoes of Britain's most famous secret agent, Bond. James Bond.
This year marks 50 years of James Bond movies. Activision's upcoming 007 Legends game will be weaving together several of the iconic super-spy's cinematic adventures into one playable experience. The video above is 007 Legends's opening credit sequence, which channels the vibe—and gold-dipped love interest—of …
It's been a while since I was all that interested in Activision's Bond games, but last year's GoldenEye 007: Reloaded was a surprisingly fun roll down memory lane.
007 is back. This fall, Daniel Craig James returns as James Bond, along with Judi Dench, Albert Finney, and Ralph Fiennes.
With so many James Bond films to choose from, why make another video game based on only one? GoldenEye 007: Reloaded developer Eurocom and Activision visit six different Bond flicks this fall in 007 Legends.
They've made yet another game called GoldenEye again, which should have the smart shopper wonder what the deal is. Is James Bond's fourth game called GoldenEye worth getting, let alone worth the name of the first great game to bear that name?