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GoldenEye 007 [Virtual Console] Videos and Trailers - Wii

GoldenEye 007 [Virtual Console]
Game Description:You are Bond, James Bond. Your mission is to recover the key to a devastating Soviet orbital weapon, GoldenEye. Fight your way through 18 action-packed missions, using a host of Bond-esque weaponry and gadgets. Along the way you'll have to escape from a bunker that's about to be vaporized by the GoldenEye satellite as well as crash through the streets in a tank. GoldenEye 007 also supports four-player multiplayer with a host of options and game modes. NOTE: This game has not yet been confirmed for release, and legal issues with the license holders may make its release difficult and/or not possible on Nintendo's Virtual Console service. However, officials from Nintendo and Rare have voiced interest in seeing the classic game re-released. Please check back for official info.
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