GoldenEye 007: Reloaded

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Here's what the cancelled GoldenEye 007 XBLA remaster looked like

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.

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Out This Week - 04/11/11

Uncharted 3! Sonic Generations! GoldenEye Reloaded!

Who would win in a fight between Nathan Drake, James Bond and Sonic the Hedgehog? Wait seven days and the charts will tell us - all three heroes have new games out this week.

GoldenEye paintball mode Game-exclusive

GoldenEye paintball mode Game-exclusive

As are Classic Conflict, Moonraker Laser.

To play the paintball multiplayer mode in GoldenEye 007: Reloaded you'll have to buy the game from Game.

Specifically, you'll have to buy the MI6 Edition of GoldenEye 007: Reloaded - a UK exclusive for Game. It's the only version Game lists, and is available for £39.99.

The MI6 Edition also includes the Classic Conflict multiplayer mode and the Moonraker Black Laser rifle.

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GoldenEye 007: Reloaded

Die another day.

Last year, we got two Bond games, one from Bizarre Creations and one from Eurocom, because there was no movie on the way. This year, there is a movie on the way - it's called James Bond and the Very Sinister Ox, apparently, and it co-stars Christopher Lambert as a deranged cross-country cyclist who wants to eat the moon - but there is no Bizarre Creations anymore. Luckily, we still have Eurocom, or England would be a pretty depressing place around about now.