At long last, someone finally put Mario 64 characters inside GoldenEye 007.
It was a Christmas miracle of sorts. On December 25 Ryan Gibbs beat his previous world record speedrun for the Runway level in GoldenEye 007 with a time of 30 seconds. Hours later he did it again, this time in 29 seconds. Gibbs’ feat is one of the most stunning achievements for an N64 game whose speedrunning community…
With the release of Halo 5 leaving at least one of our writers yearning for same screen multiplayer, Fine Bros.’ React channel uses an N64 classic to ensure six photogenic teenagers never forget its fractional majesty.
It’s been nearly 20 years since the release of GoldenEye 007 for the Nintendo 64, but we’re still learning new tidbits about the game’s fascinating creation.
Thank goodness for hungry children, because if not for them I'd be blowing $250 on a Moto 360 right now for no other reason than to load it with the watch face from GoldenEye 007.
One of the most beloved first-person shooters ever to grace a Nintendo console was born of a movie that was not James Bond's finest outing. One would think the greatest secret agent in the world would take less time to kill Sean Bean, for one.
Using a Nintendo 64 emulator and a Logitech DFGT steering wheel, YouTube user welovelordtaco has beaten Goldeneye 007's Facility level in spectacular fashion.
How many times can we remind you that GoldenEye: Reloaded is not just GoldenEye 007 for the Wii? It's GoldenEye 007 for the Wii with better graphics, as this fresh batch of 16 screengrabs from nearly all of the game's stages illustrates.
Depending upon the consoles you own, the bad news about GoldenEye: Reloaded may still be the good news. It is most definitely a high-definition remastering of last year's title reboot on the Wii. But given the much larger shooter constituency on the PS3 and 360, and online multiplayer's vastly greater viability on…
Now that the final mission of NASA's space shuttle program is underway, we thought we'd take a look at some of the games influenced by the primitive spacecraft over the years.
Superhuman fare X-Men Destiny, Spider-man: Edge of Time and Prototype 2 will get special attention from publisher Activision at this month's San Diego Comic-Con. The mega-publisher has one (possible) reveal planned for the show, teasing a "new 007 game" for the annual nerd gathering.
An intrepid Kotaku reader found three working cheat codes for GoldenEye 007 on the Wii, but, so far, we only know what two of them do. Update: The third unlocks Big Head mode (pictured) in local multiplayer.
GoldenEye 007 for the Wii may feature a new James Bond and all-new graphics, but as this comparison video shows, Activision's remake of the 1997 Nintendo 64 game stays impressively true to its source material.
The fat-chewing topic for hardcore gamers today who were the adolescents of the 1990s has been GoldenEye, the seminal Nintendo 64 shooter. Why can't they bring it to a modern console? Finally, "they" have. But it's neither reboot nor remake.
High Voltage Software and Sega jumped Wii first-person shooter Conduit 2 out of the way of GoldenEye: 007 last month. Now the game has landed firmly in February of 2011. Will the new trailer entice players to pick it up?
They can swap out Bonds and update the plot as much as they want, as long as Jaws, Oddjob, and Dr. No are available in GoldenEye: 007's multiplayer I'm a happy camper.
Take a look at the tools players will have at their disposal to create more than 200 multiplayer game combinations in GoldenEye 007for the Wii.
How do you update one of the most beloved multiplayer console shooter experiences without ruining it completely? The devs at Eurocom show us how it's done in this behind-the-scenes video.
Here's a look at the many playable characters in the Wii's GoldenEye 007 due out this November.
Conduit 2, a game that's actually been in development for the Wii instead of talking about it, got a reminder of the pecking order for Nintendo shooters when Sega moved it to 2011 to stay out of GoldenEye's way.