New GoldenEye Game Heading To The Wii?


Posted October 26, 2009 - By Jake Gaskill

New GoldenEye Game Heading To The Wii?I never played Electronic Arts' GoldenEye: Rogue Agent, but I am fully aware of what a disappointment the game was, especially to every gamer who ranks GoldenEye 007 for the Nintendo 64 among their favorite games of all time. Well, Activision is apparently looking to take another stab at capturing the magic of the N64 classic by way of an update/remake/sequel.

As VG247 reports, a Eurocom staffer named Craig Peck recently saw his CV pop up online (it’s since been pulled), and apparently the following bit of experience was listed therein:

Eurocom Entertainment Software, Derby, United Kingdom
July 09 – Sept 09 Animator –
GoldenEye 2010 (Wii)
Animator on Activision’s James Bond series for the Nintendo Wii assisting in: Key frame animation, the preparation and clean-up of motion capture data, prop animation, in-game cut-scene animation, scene layout, and camera animation.

Oh come on! This will be the third GoldenEye game released before we see a single next-gen remake of James Bond Jr.? Unbelievable. Project Gotham Racing developer Bizarre Creations is currently working on the next Bond game (along with Blur), so Eurocom would most likely be working on porting the game to the Wii, similar to its porting work it did on last year’s Quantum of Solace.

Would you like to a full-blown GoldenEye sequel, or just an updated version of the original?


Tags: Videogames, Wii
New GoldenEye Game Heading To The Wii?


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