The new trailer for the upcoming Goldeneye remake on the Wii focuses on how the writers have updated the classic story. While the original N64 game was based on the 1995 Pierce Brosnan film of the same name, this Goldeneye “re-imagining” has been updated to be more relevant to modern gamers. Not only will the game take place in the current socio-economic climate, but it will be replacing Pierce Brosnan’s role as James Bond with Daniel Craig’s version of the character as well. Developers have also revealed that the current worldwide financial crisis will take a more prominent role in the plot, affecting character motivations and interactions.
The gameplay has also received a much-needed update, as revealed in recently released trailers. The game features the same classic first-person shooter gameplay that made the original popular, but Bond’s repertoire has expanded to include all of the updates made in the genre since, including a more in-depth melee combat system and a more refined aiming and movement scheme.
As the developers reveal more of the game, it's becoming increasingly apparent that the Wii version of Goldeneye will be a whole new experience for the player. This new take on the Bond classic will be on store shelves on November 2, 2010.
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