Movie to videogame transitions have, more often than not, been flops over the years but when the videogame version tries to do something different with its franchise then occasionally a good game can manifest itself. The best example of this is probably Goldeneye for the N64, a game that, despite its age and its somewhat illogical multiplayer component (Mr. Bond works alone, baby, hot female sidekicks notwithstanding), is still held up as one of the best examples of what happens when a game developer
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