Classic Game: Goldeneye N64 £2.99 @ Any Gamestation - HotUKDeals
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Title says it all really. Classic video game Goldeneye for the N64 for a stupidly cheap price at £2.99; In Any Gamestation Store. It's not really a rare game but for collections or N64 owners this is definetly a game that should be owned. Stock is limited; But The price doesn't vary

Took the photo of it myself just as I got home. Sorry it's long ways hav't had time to change it. Good condition too I must add.
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#1
This is one example of a game best left in the memory... Sure it was awesome at the time but to go back and play it now would just ruin it.
#2
Too true
#3
Degeneratemoo
This is one example of a game best left in the memory... Sure it was awesome at the time but to go back and play it now would just ruin it.


You make a valid point; But to relive some of those levels is certaintly still fun. Mainly for collectors this deal... 3 quid cant go wrong
#4
so where is my golden gun??? :-D
#5
probably hardly anywhere has any but good buy for those that do
banned#6
brilly
probably hardly anywhere has any but good buy for those that do


I think you need some commas or something in there LOL :)
#7
Still good for a quick game with your mates
#8
This is the best James Bond game i've played, wish i still had my N64.
#9
Gamestation in Grinsby does no Retro stuff whatsoever, so won't have this.

Goldeneye as a multi-player is as good as it ever was. The N64 still reigns supreme for 4 player games.
#10
Possibly the best game ever made ! amazing heat and rep :thumbsup:
#11
anyone who wants this but cant get it, pm me.
#12
chrisb009
This is the best James Bond game i've played, wish i still had my N64.


I tell you what; I find a N64 somewhere Il post it on hot deals UK and message you a link to it; Im sure theres one out there somewhere
#13
i remember paying £50 for N64 cartridges :w00t:

now that was expensive gaming.
#14
I spent hour upon hour playing this when I was younger.

I used to love the level in the train carriages.
#15
prefer playing it on pc / wii.. rom is tiny in size!
#16
K1LLER HORNET
i remember paying £50 for N64 cartridges :w00t:

now that was expensive gaming.


Here too, absolutely horrendous. :x I remember Sonic 3 when it came out was £49.99
#17
You think this was exspensive? I once paid £54.99 for TURTLES on the NES!:oops:
#18
K1LLER HORNET
i remember paying £50 for N64 cartridges :w00t:

now that was expensive gaming.


i remember paying £60 for donkey kong from game ,got it home put it on and it had someone's saves left on it , :x they had sold a second hand one as new the conning *****
#19
#20
This game was my religion growing up, but it hasn't aged well at all.
suspended#21
I paid £60 for a USA import version of Metal Gear Solid on PS1.

Played through to 2nd disc only to find out my station was chipped with a boot only chip, meaning I couldn't load the 2nd disc :(
#22
Street fighter 2 on the SNES i remember being about £80 or something stupid.

Ive still got my N64 and this game in my front room
#23
I have two N64's, one original grey and a ltd edition red semi-transparent one. About 20 games, 5x controllers I think and all leads. Been meaning to put them on ebay. ;-)
#24
wynne1975
I paid £60 for a USA import version of Metal Gear Solid on PS1.

Played through to 2nd disc only to find out my station was chipped with a boot only chip, meaning I couldn't load the 2nd disc :(


that sells for about £5 on ebay :?
#25
Degeneratemoo
This is one example of a game best left in the memory... Sure it was awesome at the time but to go back and play it now would just ruin it.


I couldnt disagree more. I still regularly play games on my snes/n64 and enjoy them just as much as other games if not more.
#26
DTR
that sells for about £5 on ebay :?

well he obviously means when mgs first came out :thumbsup: which was yearsss ago
#27
Great game. I was really hoping this would have come to Xbox Live. Still hope some day it will.

Anyone remember when you had to blow in the cartridges to make them work :p
#28
What a great game this was! I must have played through the single players so many times.

The multi player was great too!

Such a shame they never made a proper sequel. World is not enough came to N64, but it couldn't touch this. Also played some bond games on PS2 and they weren't even close!

I got this game with the console and the ltd edition gold controller for around £100 I think
suspended#29
|Shaz|;5892151
well he obviously means when mgs first came out :thumbsup: which was yearsss ago


Correct :thumbsup: Nice white case with red foil, not like the nasty camoflage PAL version.

Sold it for 40quid in the paper and bought the USA Silent Hill.
#30
THis game was great at the time, but it has aged horrifically.
#31
vuittion
I spent hour upon hour playing this when I was younger.

I used to love the level in the train carriages.


I take it you never tired of lasering that floor panel then :p
1 Like #32
Brilliant game, many fond memories.

For a little nostalgia trip you should watch this.
#33
played this game for countless hours. Probably my most played video game ever. Goldeneye defined split screen gaming!
#34
I remember when Turok Rage Wars was £10 not that long after release and that was crazy!!! N64 game for £10!!! MAD!!! Now you can get so many console games for under £10. Makes you wonder!
#35
eddyday
THis game was great at the time, but it has aged horrifically.


Most of the early 3D console games suffer from this, mainly the N64 and PS1; they haven't aged well graphically. I find it weird, the visuals in Ocarina of Time on the N64 have aged badly and it looks dire these days, but Link to the Past on the SNES still looks great. Both are still excellent to play though.
#36
M_the_C
Brilliant game, many fond memories.

For a little nostalgia trip you should watch this.

not bad. i like this one. its better :thumbsup:
Goldeneye Facility Remix
#37
"... It's not really a rare game but ..."

Ho ho, that made me chuckle! Of course it's a Rare game!

I actually work for Rare so I'm sure that's far less funny for you guys than it is for me...

And to those asking about an XBLA port, don't hold your breath. Sadly giving any information makes it even less likely to be released so I'll shut up.
#38
If you are a collector of old games go get it. I looked out my old N64 and had a very short game of goldeneye. It has aged terribly and is better to remember it as it was at the time
#39
Pistols. Licence to kill. Facility. Some of the best multiplayer moments Ive had (and on a 4 player split screen 20" TV!)

I loved this game. Playing a FPS with only one analogue stick just doesn't feel right now though.
#40
vuittion
I spent hour upon hour playing this when I was younger.

I used to love the level in the train carriages.


muffinman
I take it you never tired of lasering that floor panel then :p


That was my favourite level too! You had to get that awesome gun from the crate in the 1st carriage!

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