If you owned a Nintendo 64 in the late 1990s—or if you knew someone who did—chances are you got to play GoldEeye 007. The James Bond-themed first-person shooter quickly developed a cult following, due in no small part to its addictive split-screen multiplayer modes.
Well, as Shacknews reports, a modern-day successor to the game is now coming to the Nintendo Wii. The title will be out this holiday season and will let players enjoy multiplayer both online and via a good old-fashioned split-screen mode.
The Shack doesn't specify if this is a remake or a sequel, but it talks of eight classic James Bond characters, five maps, three game modes, and 16 modifiers. Also in store for the new title: a "robust XP system for unlockables and achievements," which should add a modern-day twist to the classic GoldenEye formula.
You can check out a video of GoldenEye 007 for the Wii over at FileShack.
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