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I've never bought a console for just one game. *cough* Excluding changing from ps2 to ps3 when GTA IV came out.
An idea occured to me perhaps the new game is a sequel to goldeneye for the wii hence the reloaded bit... hmmm
Who knows... maybe this GE Reloaded is the game they HAVE been working on for months.......... that gives me the shivers - and not in a good way.......
while i only own a 360, and missed out on the remake of GE - i was sort of glad... because all i wanted was the original game, with slightly cleaned up graphics.... i didn't want a whole new game with different music, different actors and such.... just give me the classic!
if this is all that i've been expecting since "a new bond game" was being made - is yet ANOTHER Goldeneye remake.......... i will be heartbroken...
but...... i'll probably still buy it, because i have no spine when it comes to 007 lol.
I'd like to see a PC version of it, cause I do not own any other gaming console and I'm not planning on buying one.
but if this game or any other 007 game that will go out is not for PC i will be sooo angry
As for Activision's next GoldenEye title, the rumored HD port certainly makes commercial sense. I'm not bothered by inclusion of Craig (on the contrary, I see it as an improvement) and I quite enjoyed the Wii version, so I have no objections to Activision making the game accessible to a wider audience.
I'd love a PS3 version of GoldenEye though so I hope that's the case.
If this thing comes out, though, I would hope it was something similiar to the Call of Duty Map Packs. I could use some new maps for GE 2010 online multiplayer, and some new characters could be useful as well!
what's sad, is that I was just playing Assassin's Creed 2, and I could only imagine a Bond game set up like that game - maybe without the crazy free running stuff...... there are a lot of games that creators could draw some inspiration from - but instead, they are content with churning out dull boring crap - because when it comes down to it - they just don't care about the Bond video game franchise as much as we do... it's not a money maker for them....
maybe one day, a company will come along, and give the franchise a refreshing kick start, like the Batman game franchise got with Arkham Asylum... who knows - it's going to take a studio willing to put forth an effort to do so...... and i don't see Activision ever doing that.... i hope i'm wrong though..
Let's put it this way - if Activision really gave a crap about the Bond gaming franchise, they maybe would've given it to one of their top subsidiaries - instead of pawning it off to Raven Software..... don't get me wrong, I like some of Raven's games, like X-Men Origins : Wolverine - but while that game is fun, it's far from terrific...
I agree with you all. Activision will send the 007 Gaming franchise to the trash. I wish EA owned the license for making Bond games.
The grass isn't always greener... I thought activision would do great with the Bond games when they took over... boy was I wrong..... Activision, if they wanted to, could make an excellent Bond game... but like I said, they don't want to - which is why they hand off to third tier subsidiary... they are just in it to bleed the pig dry
I just wish rocksteady did a bond game look art what they did with Batman.
BRILLENT, Rockstar would be PERFECT
Post Trois cents
as it stands right now, if i were to choose between EA and Activision for Bond games in the future... it would be EA.. while people point at FRWL and GE:RA and go "remember those lousy games!".. i can easily point to AUF, NF and EON and go "remember those good games!" - and i can just as equally compare those good games against what little Activision has brought to the table with QOS, GE2010 and BS..... but while Blood Stone was a step back towards the right direction, it still fell short - and since Activision closed down Bizzare Creations, and handed off the next Bond project to Raven - i expect the next game to be a lateral move.. as early stills from the untitled project yield no overhaul or change in modeling design or feel... but gameplay is everything... if Activision can't offer up a better solution for a multiplayer (heaven forbid they actually put some thought into replay value of the game) - then it's doomed to suffer the same fate as the previous games..... and that's barely mediocrity....
but if given a choice between Activision and say another creative studio (other than EA) willing to step in and take the reigns - then by all means, let's clean house and get fresh blood and fresh ideas on the project.... nothing Activision has shown me in the past 3 years says they are really willing to put forth an effort to making a great Bond game... the quicker it leaves their hands, the better..