DS #0118: GoldenEye Rogue Agent (E)

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Oct 4, 2005
  1. shaunj66
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    ROM NumberÂ

    0118


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    Full NameÂ

    GoldenEye Rogue Agent




    RegionÂ

    Europe




    LanguagesÂ

    English




    Release GroupÂ

    Trashman




    ROM SizeÂ

    128Mbit




    Save TypeÂ

    EEPROM 4Kbit




    GenreÂ

    Action FPS




    FilenameÂ

    trm-grae.zip




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  2. memyselfandi

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    omg,first post and this game sux
     
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    Please don't spam the boards. And don't bring back any of that "first post" shit. You've been warned (literally).

    This goes for anyone, not just you. Any more spam posts like that will be deleted by staff. We're having problems with the boards stability lately and really could do without useless crap such as that.
     
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    From the game description:

    That's certainly EA's philosophy anyway!!! [​IMG]

    Boom boom tish. [​IMG]

    And what's the deal with airline food anyway???
     
  5. memyselfandi

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    WHAT, that's not fair, i have seen plenty of other users doing that and it is't fair for me, atleast you could have told me before you raised my warning again. [​IMG]
     
  6. Opium

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    ^the warning level is just that, a warning.

    "At least you could have warned me before raising my warning level" -I don't get it.


    On topic. I tried out the game, it's pretty bad I didn't like it much, I couldn't get the controls just the way I liked it. The enemies are dumb as doorknobs too.
     
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    If only you could play this on pc it would be much better. For some reason I don't like the idea of FPS on DS, because they all feel really weird. I think the touch screen is better off with games like warrio ware.
     
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    meh about time this was dumped anyway i think its great and those eye powers you get later on are really cool
     
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    I had more fun with the DS version than the Console versions for some reason.If there a good goldeneye game chances are that it will only be for Xbox cause Microsoft owns Rare.
     
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    I reckon it is pretty cool for a first FPS for the DS. Obvoiusly its lacking in things such as AI, Enemy detection of getting shot in limbs and stuff like that. Still a decent game though, Bring on Perfect Dark. Didnt rare say that they would develop for DS too?
     
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    I'm still waiting for Goldeneye 007 for DS..
     

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