Activision adding 60-frames-per-second HD visuals to latest remake of Nintendo 64 first-person shooter; PS3 version to support Move peripheral.
While GoldenEye has become just another James Bond film featuring the super-suave superspy, the 1997 Nintendo 64 first-person shooter based on it has become the stuff of gaming legend. Activision has already capitalized on the game’s reputation once with last year’s Wii reimagining, and now the publisher is taking another shot at the project, this time in HD.
Activision today announced GoldenEye 007: Reloaded for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, set for release this fall. The publisher is touting the game as built on a brand-new engine, with 60-frames-per-second high-definition graphics and PlayStation Move compatibility for PS3 owners as selling points.
The game’s single-player campaign will let players employ gameplay modifiers (infinite ammo, Golden Gun mode), with additional MI6 Ops challenge levels and an expanded Time Trial mode. For multiplayer fans, the game will let up to 16 players compete online with new modes, maps, weapons, and characters from the Bond universe.
For more on GoldenEye 007: Reloaded, check out GameSpot’s first look at the title..