What has 960 shaders, two gigabytes of dedicated GDDR5 memory with throughput of 115.2GBps, and the ability to churn 680 million polygons each and every second? Yes, the Radeon HD 6970M. AMD's fastest mobile chip to date has been doing the review rounds recently and the response has been unsurprisi...
February 3rd 2011 at 9:39am
If there were any question about how much the recently released Goldeneye title for Nintendo Wii closely resembles its N64 predecessor -- regardless of the source material -- this video from RewindReplayTV certainly cements it. Beyond the game's setting and characters, there are shot-for-shot momen...
November 9th 2010 at 6:30pm
There's nothing quite like witnessing the likes of Baron Samedi and Francisco Scaramanga -- fully digitally rendered from forthcoming game Goldeneye 007 -- before being riddled with PP7 bullets. But that's just what Activision has sent over: beautiful artist renditions of Bond's worst enemies, befo...
October 31st 2010 at 8:30pm
Our favorite part of Goldeneye 007 -- the movie and N64 game -- was when James Bond, tired of his usual stealthy modus operandi, hopped into a tank and just went to town on St. Petersburg. In the video below, we get a look at this (somewhat more explosive) sequence in the game's spiritual Wiimake.
October 28th 2010 at 10:30pm
Back in our day, the mo-cap process for GoldenEye 007 required a single shot of a dude chopping his hand in a 90 degree arc. Apparently, the remake requires a bit more work than that. Get to know the new Bond's stuntman in the developer's diary posted just below.
October 24th 2010 at 10:00pm
Despite what you may have thought, Alec Trevelyan reminds us (and consequently, James Bond) that it's really not about protecting "Queen and country" -- it's all about "the bankers and their bonuses." It's also all about stopping a satellite weapon from being fired.
October 16th 2010 at 5:30pm
We poured many, many hours of our lives into the original GoldenEye -- so much so that even the smallest changes in Eurocom's reboot of the shooter are ... noticeable. For example, in the trailer below: You still drop down on a dude using the toilet in the Facility, but now you do it Spider-Man sty...
October 7th 2010 at 6:00pm
Have you forgotten about all those laughter-filled evenings spent slapping friends to death as various Bond villains? Goldeneye 007's latest trailer begs you to remember.
September 23rd 2010 at 9:00pm
Following a marketing trend of cashing in on our deep-seated nostalgia, the latest Goldeneye 007 trailer features a few characters from the series' original romp. There's familiar faces like Jaws, Oddjob, Scaramanga and Baron Samedi, who apparently didn't get our memo about the pants situation.
September 17th 2010 at 9:30pm
The new Goldeneye 007 doesn't have Pierce Brosnan and isn't a remake of the classic N64 title. This latest trailer looks at how Eurocom is reimagining the story of the film -- with Daniel Craig's Bond -- for today's audience. One thing you can't update: Joe Don Baker. Dude can't be reimagined.
August 31st 2010 at 9:30pm
"A new Goldeneye has arrived," the trailer below matter-of-factly states, "so what are you going to do?" That, Mr. Trailer, is an awfully open-ended question. We imagine we'll stick to our usual routine of waking up at noon, then turning on whatever television station is currently running an Americ...
August 20th 2010 at 9:00pm
We already said this when we talked about the multiplayer gameplay in the upcoming Wii version of Goldeneye 007, but it bears repeating: This is not your Goldeneye N64 game all prettied up. In fact, an eyes-on walkthrough of the game's Jungle level at Gamescom this week showed off just how much firs...
August 20th 2010 at 6:00pm