GoldenEye Remake: Worth Buying a Wii For?

By Jamie Pert - Jun 15, 2010

As soon as we heard the news that Nintendo were going to bring back GoldenEye for the Nintendo Wii, we almost instantly thought, “now i’ve got to purchase myself a new console.”

For nostalgic Nintendo 64 players, they will forever remember playing hours upon hours of this classic on their old television sets, in the company of friends, acquaintances, mums, dads, dogs, and gerbils. Now Nintendo have finally answered our prayers and have brought it back to life.

But what will it take to play this remade classic once again, featuring the voice overs of current James Bond actor Daniel Craig when it hits in November?

If you are already a Nintendo Wii owner, you will be over the moon already, gloating about the fact you already own the console, and will easily be able to acquire the game upon release.

For those who don’t own a Wii however, and really want to be able to experience this game in all it’s 3D remade glory, you will have to cough up $199.99 or £149.99 for the privilege (plus the cost of the game).

The question is, is it worth buying a Nintendo Wii for? Tell you what, check out the trailer on a previous post here, and let us know.

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Also See: New GoldenEye 007: Reloaded gameplay trailer PS3 / 360