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GoldenEye N64

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GE007I liked GoldenEye on the Nintendo 64 because it has more levels and gives more time. This one took me a week to beat it. It didn’t look like Call of Duty but it did look like Turok, Dinosaur Hunter. I was not having to aim down a scope. It was a oldest first-person shooter game I have seen. I know the graphics look crappy at first, but it a long game ago and more challenging. It has more levels than GoldenEye Reloaded.

The levels were challenging than Reloaded. This one had 20 levels and Reloaded had 6 levels. GoldenEye on the Nintendo 64 was a lot more fun, but when I play Reloaded, it said that it 6 levels, that’s it. I got really mad when I play Reloaded. I like weapons on the Nintendo 64 version. It had the laser watch and carrying two guns. This one has a health bar, not taking cover, and healing. I played other difficulties on Reloaded and it was still too easy, but when I played the Nintendo 64 version the other difficulties, it was a lot harder than Reloaded. This game came out around 1997. Back than video games were challenging. If you want a game that takes a long time to beat, play GoldenEye on the Nintendo 64.

Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 in GoldenEye (1995)

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The Cold War has ended but not for everyone, especially Alec Trevelyan and General Arkady Grigorovich Ourumov. Both want to see the former Soviet Union pay for not keeping the status quo and they are going to use the old Cold War relique GoldenEye to make that a reality. GoldenEye is a satellite system that can trigger the effects of a nuclear blast anywhere that they would want. It doesn’t have the radiation effect of a bomb just the electromagnetic effect. When an electromagnetic pulse goes off it disrupts the electrical signals of everything that is around it. All cars stop, planes fall out of the sky and every single computer is fried and whiped clean of data.