It seems that those leaked screens for another Activision-published GoldenEye project were legit, or at very least had the name of the forthcoming release right. GoldenEye 007: Reloaded is apparently an HD port of last year's Wii game, coming to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 this fall from Eurocom. Activision announced the game this morning via press release, which describes the game as having "the legendary story campaign," "brand new Mi6 Ops Missions" (which are new, objective-based levels), and a revamped multiplayer component.

Rather than a simple up-scaling of the Wii game, Reloaded is said to be "built on a brand new engine" and run at 60 frames per second. But beyond the HD update and Mi6 missions, it seems that the game is a repeat of last year's Wii shooter -- you can even play it with the PlayStation Move, should you prefer a more Wii-like experience. And while we were fans of the Wii title, it's perhaps best not to get too jazzed about the second release of a reimagining of a game we played on Nintendo 64 in 1997.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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