When I arrived at Eurogamer's offices on Monday morning, the first thing I did was pull out my N64 and a copy of GoldenEye and announce that it would be the next game played on Late to the Party. The room fell deathly quiet for a second before, almost in unison, everyone in earshot exclaimed; "who the hell hasn't played GoldenEye?!"
Playing games with other people online is really fun (have we mentioned we quite like Overwatch?) but sometimes you simply can't beat a bit of local multiplayer.
Back in 2008 Rare was developing an HD remaster of its N64 FPS classic GoldenEye 007 to be released on XBLA. Unfortunately, copyright disputes with Nintendo saw the project shuttered.
Indeed, Microsoft remained cagey about its existence back in the day as it couldn't strike an arrangement with Nintendo to release Rare's classic on Microsoft's hardware.
But now that cancelled project has come to light in the following new video via Rare Thief.
GoldenEye 007 superfans have released the latest version of an impressive recreation of Rare's seminal shooter.
A new and improved GoldenEye 007 mod for Doom is in the works, and a demo is expected by the end of the month.
Hollywood actor Pierce Brosnan had played GoldenEye 007 - one of the greatest video games of all time - once before. Now, he's played it twice.
Rare has said the chances of striking a GoldenEye revival deal with Nintendo are slim, and have been for quite some time.
Microsoft Game Studios has told Eurogamer that it has no plans to release GoldenEye on Xbox Live Arcade.