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> Yes. Indeed.
> Comparing any other Bond game to Goldeneye is a tedious exercise.
As well as one which is fraught with peril.
Comparing any other Bond game to Goldeneye is a tedious exercise.
>( The only bond game thats as good as this is
> probably 007: Nightfire)
Let's just pretend you never said this and move on.
> Stack, pistols, one shot kills.
> I cant even begin to imagine how many times i played that.
Agreed. Stack is a level that has never been bettered for Multiplayer purposes.
I loved Facility, putting loads of remote mines on the landing of the first set of stairs and seeing how high I could get the guy to fly.
I loved doing things like putting mines everywhere on the cutscenes and stuff.
I dont think any game will quite be as good as Goldeneye, you just had to have an N64 at that time and play that game to death.
It was just a fantastic game.
God it makes me want to go get it out and play it!
Basement, Pistols, One Hit Kills for me.
Me and my three mates used to play that endlessly. Even if you tried to peek at an opponent screen...BAM!...you weren't looking at yours - you die.
But Halo on system link is close to matching it.
I cant even begin to imagine how many times i played that.
> Ashman wrote:
> Bulbous headed midgets running around oblivious to your fire of
> Laptop Guns and Rocket Launchers is always fun...in slow
> Right developer, wrong game. :D
Ahhhh yes, I did mean Goldeneye though.
Alright then, the Tank Gun, that was pure genius.
As for single player, Facility on 00 Agent was memorable. Especially finally getting the time.
Also, using remote mines and seeing how many you could attach to each other before the spontaneously detonated. You could manage 30 something. You always ended up with this huge stack of mines coming out of the wall. Brilliant.