Electronic Arts has released a 10MB QuickTime format trailer for GoldenEye: Rogue Agent, which originally appeared on the publisher's enormous cinema-dwarfing wide display at the Electronic Entertainment Expo this May.
As a result, the aspect ratio isn't so much wide screen as panoramic wraparound - about three times as wide as it is tall. Nevertheless, it gives you an admittedly polished-up idea of what the console shooter looks like, showing off a few of the single-player set-pieces in-between snatches of footage from the "disciplinary proceedings" that MI5 subsequently uses to kick you out of the secret service and into the waiting arms of Auric Goldfinger.
We look a look at Rogue Agent during E3 (you can find that piece here), spending some considerable time with the single-player demo level and the game's multiplayer mode, and found it to be fairly enjoyable, but not yet up to the standard the name perhaps demands - although we're still waiting for more up to date code to try and improve our opinion of it.
You can download the 10MB E3 trailer of Rogue Agent from Eurofiles right now.