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Old 01-15-08, 09:34 PM   #25
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Default Re: XBLA Goldeneye canned?

Originally Posted by crainger
OMG! The GoldenEye movie was the best movie based on a game ever! ::
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Old 01-16-08, 06:23 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by Butter Bandit
I don't even own a PC right now

I'm currently playing the original Wild Arms on my PS3 (downloaded it from PSN), so graphics don't mean everything to me. But GoldenEye is GREATLY surpassed in every aspect by most popular current FPS games.

Graphics aren't the only thing that are outdated in regards to GoldenEye.

I'm not really trying to trash-talk the title. It used to be my favorite FPS...10 years ago. I'm just trying to say that the XBLA version getting canned isn't that big of a deal.

I think GoldenEye is a title that we can all safely say "been there, done that."
that still tells us you're trying to compare goldeneye to current fps where they offer so much more contents due to next-gen hardwares. so like i said, you're spoiled by next-gen fps games. for me, i love goldeneye and other old classics because i'm always impressed by how they're able accomplish a lot of things at that time. they'll never get old for me which is great because it can always bring back some old memories in me and still enjoy it without being bothered by next-gen fps. hell, even most current fps doesn't have what goldeneye offers.

a lot if not everyone says goldeneye is father of fps/multiplayer because of what it offers at that time and we all still considers it the beginning of fps to where it is now. if goldeneye hasn't been made we wouldn't see some great fps right now. so yes, to most people it IS a big deal and we all want to revisit it if not you.

after saying that, i miss goldeneye even more. i regret for selling n64. ok i'm half-awake so i must go to bed..
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Default Re: XBLA Goldeneye canned?

go to an emulator website, download Project64, download the goldeneye007 rom, and run it at 1920x1200 (or whatever is your highest resolution)

There... Goldeneye007 in super Hi-Def... QUIT YER BITCHIN BUTTER!!!

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