GoldenEye 007 is a 1997 first-person shooter developed by Rare and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 64. Based on the 1995 James Bond film GoldenEye,
There is a great story for this game: James Bond and Natalya Simonova team up to stop Goldeneye, a satellite destroying places. James Bond And Alec Trevelyan were once partners. When they were completing a mission, Trevelyan was killed (or thought to be), and Bond survived. Bond meets Natalya, who is a computer programmer, and they try to stop Janus. Janus is Alex Trevelyan, who used to be Bond’s best friend. Natalya and Bond stop the satellite for a while, but then another computer programmer, Boris, tried to redirect the satellite. Bond jammed the satellite, and this time Trevelyan was killed for sure, and Bond survived. That is basically what happened in the movie. Some of the gadgets that were in the film are also in the game.
You can choose from three different difficulties. The agent is the easiest, Secret Agent being medium, and 00Agent being the hardest. After you have beaten all the levels in 00agent mode, there is another mode called 007 methods. You can set the enemy’s accuracy, the enemy’s health, the enemy’s damage done on you, and the enemy’s reaction speed. Most of the levels are challenging, with individual objectives that have to be completed. There are no bosses that must be defeated to beat a level. There are many guns that you would list, but it would take a while. A fun thing you can do is run people over with a tank. There are two levels with a tank. There’s also a multiplayer mode or deathmatch, and you can play as a team or individually. There is also a flag capture mode. Whoever has the flag the longest wins. You can choose which weapons you want to use. You can even just use your bare hands! There are many different characters to pick from. A memory card is not needed to save your game. There are four additional files to save your games. There are codes for this game, but they aren’t your regular codes. You don’t press buttons to enter them. You have to beat a level at a specific time at a particular difficulty.