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Goldeneye 007; January Game of the Month
Topic Started: Jan 2 2015, 09:14 AM (606 Views)
stinger9142
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What a great game to win our 4th anniversary Game of the Month contest!

I know we all have great stories regarding this game. It was such a staple on the N64, and some might even say it was the best game on the system. It certainly was in my top 3.

In the era it came out in, it was a very good looking game with top notch gameplay. Single player was a blast, and had so much replay value when cheats came in to play. I know I played the Facility level hundreds if not thousands of times over the years.

Multiplayer is where the game shined even more in my eyes. Nothing beat getting together with a group of friends and putting in a few hours. License to Kill was a favorite mode of ours, often with pistols as the weapons of choice. Power Weapons and Proximity Mines were also used a lot. The Cougar Magnum and RCP90 were my favorites.

My favorite story involving the proximity mines still makes me laugh to think about. I had a friend who was over a lot, but not so good a the game. We were playing the Facility. I put a proxy mine at all the major spawn points, then killed him. He died 5 or 6 consecutive times upon spawning on my mines. Needless to say, he quit from frustration :lol:
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D.J Cat
Jan 3 2015, 09:17 AM
Goldeneye was so good they went back in time and made a movie about it.
That is the funniest thing I have read in a while :lol:
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You know I think the only reason I prefer Perfect Dark over Goldeneye is the ability to play with bots in multiplayer. Wasn't always easy to get together with friends, so bots were a great touch.
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