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Goldeneye Source

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Great fan remake of Goldeneye from the N64, been about 5 years in the making and is due for release today - for free! It may appear on steam later, but currently available for preload and the OST they… Read More
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9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago
Great fan remake of Goldeneye from the N64, been about 5 years in the making and is due for release today - for free! It may appear on steam later, but currently available for preload and the OST they created for their new version is also available from moddb!

Enjoy!

Edit:

You don't need Half Life 2, you need Source SDK Base 2007 installed. It's free on Steam, to get it you go to Library > Tools, scroll down to Source SDK Base 2007 and install it. Then install the GoldenEye Setup .exe file, and you're good to go. The game will appear in your normal Steam library just like your other Steam games

http://wiki.geshl2.com/goldeneye/installation

-ssimonian (quoting anastazius below as well)
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#1
Oh wow I may not be able to run it but I'll download it either way lol
#2
this looks so cool thanks any idea what time it will be available
#3
Oh wow, great news, thanks!
1 Like #4
muldoon1986
this looks so cool thanks any idea what time it will be available

Just tried to install and received:
"GoldenEye: Source has not released yet! Please check back at 4:00 PM EST on Friday, August 12th."

So can only be installed from 9pm tonight UK time, I guess.
#5
Will it be PC only or Mac / Linux as well via Steam ?
#6
amok82
muldoon1986
this looks so cool thanks any idea what time it will be available

Just tried to install and received:
"GoldenEye: Source has not released yet! Please check back at 4:00 PM EST on Friday, August 12th."

So can only be installed from 9pm tonight UK time, I guess.


thanks hopefully I have some time tonight to try it out
#7
fredoaf
Will it be PC only or Mac / Linux as well via Steam ?

Windows only - https://steamcommunity.com/groups/goldeneye/discussions/0/360671727323154456/

Edited By: theukcrazyhorse on Aug 12, 2016 11:48
1 Like #8
Looking forward to this, great to see it's finally getting a proper release. Though it isn't made clear on the site but looking at the reviewers comments it seems to be multiplayer only? I know the great multiplayer modes were a huge part of Goldeneye but I loved the single player missions as well, especially with the difficulty based objectives and the cool unlockable extras and cheat codes.

Was really hoping this would be a recreation of the whole game rather than just the multiplayer side, though still impressive of course...
1 Like #9
ST3123
Looking forward to this, great to see it's finally getting a proper release. Though it isn't made clear on the site but looking at the reviewers comments it seems to be multiplayer only? I know the great multiplayer modes were a huge part of Goldeneye but I loved the single player missions as well, especially with the difficulty based objectives and the cool unlockable extras and cheat codes.
Was really hoping this would be a recreation of the whole game rather than just the multiplayer side, though still impressive of course...

was excited when saw this but if its only the multiplayer, they can keep it.
#10
fredoaf
Will it be PC only or Mac / Linux as well via Steam ?
Only available to real gamers :)
#11
amok82
muldoon1986
this looks so cool thanks any idea what time it will be available

Just tried to install and received:
"GoldenEye: Source has not released yet! Please check back at 4:00 PM EST on Friday, August 12th."

So can only be installed from 9pm tonight UK time, I guess.


That's generally how time works, yes.
#12
This was originally released in 2009 as a modification for Half-Life 2, and has always been free.

The latest news is around the release of version 5.0 (Edit: 2 years in development since 4.0) - which I have to admit does look pretty spectactular!


Edited By: Syx on Aug 12, 2016 12:58
#13
ST3123
Looking forward to this, great to see it's finally getting a proper release. Though it isn't made clear on the site but looking at the reviewers comments it seems to be multiplayer only? I know the great multiplayer modes were a huge part of Goldeneye but I loved the single player missions as well, especially with the difficulty based objectives and the cool unlockable extras and cheat codes.
Was really hoping this would be a recreation of the whole game rather than just the multiplayer side, though still impressive of course...

It is absolutely multiplayer only - no "campaign" mode with missions or objectives. The best they offer are AI bots to play against, but it's not a single player game.
2 Likes #14
fredoaf
Will it be PC only or Mac / Linux as well via Steam ?

Linux runs on PCs. Mac at least these days is arguably a PC too.

STOP CALLING WINDOWS "PC"

Shocking ignorance from someone asking for a Linux version.
2 Likes #15
dar72
fredoaf
Will it be PC only or Mac / Linux as well via Steam ?
Linux runs on PCs. Mac at least these days is arguably a PC too.
STOP CALLING WINDOWS "PC"
Shocking ignorance from someone asking for a Linux version.

Please be a bit more PC with your comments sir!
#16
dar72
fredoaf
Will it be PC only or Mac / Linux as well via Steam ?
Linux runs on PCs. Mac at least these days is arguably a PC too.
STOP CALLING WINDOWS "PC"
Shocking ignorance from someone asking for a Linux version.

Kinda like saying, don't call it a vacuum, it's a hoover and arguably a Dyson is a Hoover too.
#17
I was just yesterday discussing what an awesome game that was.. I'm very happy about this :D
#18
cheers
#19
ro53ben
dar72
fredoaf
Will it be PC only or Mac / Linux as well via Steam ?
Linux runs on PCs. Mac at least these days is arguably a PC too.
STOP CALLING WINDOWS "PC"
Shocking ignorance from someone asking for a Linux version.
Kinda like saying, don't call it a vacuum, it's a hoover and arguably a Dyson is a Hoover too.

No it's not, it's like saying "This game is only available on console" when in reality it's only available on Xbox (Same scummy company too, what an appropriate analogy).

"PC" refers to the hardware, there are many operating systems available for that hardware, Linux, Unix, BSD, Mac OS even Chrome OS and Android now....oh yes, there's Windows too. Also a handful of other more obscure operating systems which I doubt games marketed as being "For PC" will run on.

So really, when you say something is for PC you just sound like an idiot, we'd already assumed it wouldn't run on a mainframe but we would like to know which operating system it does run on. I'd expect it from Windows users but someone wanting to run this on Linux really should know better.


benfleet5
dar72
fredoaf
Will it be PC only or Mac / Linux as well via Steam ?
Linux runs on PCs. Mac at least these days is arguably a PC too.
STOP CALLING WINDOWS "PC"
Shocking ignorance from someone asking for a Linux version.
Please be a bit more PC with your comments sir!

Haha clearly not what I meant. Although quite appropriate since there can't be equality when running Windows and other proprietary software so Windows absolutely isn't PC.
4 Likes #20
"PC" actually refers to a machine build by IBM. All others are just compatibles. I've never seen an IBM PC sold with any of the operating systems you list other than Windows.

I've used DOS OS/2 and been using Linux since 1993 but I'd never have any doubt over what anybody in 2016 meant if they asked if it was only for PC.

I think you just need to chill out a bit, fredoaf isn't ignorant he just isn't OCD.
#21
I'd hazard a guess that if your using Linux, you'll be able to get this and any other PC game running.
#22
Meh its alright not going to keep you entertained for hours though.
1 Like #24

Sort of surprised at that to be honest, given the amount of emulator/ROM hosting sites. Who knows, Nintendo and the creators might work something out.

Won't stop anyone from setting sail to the bay for cover from the torrential rain. :p

Edited By: yrreb88 on Aug 13, 2016 00:58
1 Like #25
Installed this game, played it for 3 minutes, uninstalled again. Not a fan. Multiplayer games have come a long way.

Back to Rainbow Six Siege.
#26
ro53ben
"PC" actually refers to a machine build by IBM. All others are just compatibles. I've never seen an IBM PC sold with any of the operating systems you list other than Windows.
I've used DOS OS/2 and been using Linux since 1993 but I'd never have any doubt over what anybody in 2016 meant if they asked if it was only for PC.
I think you just need to chill out a bit, fredoaf isn't ignorant he just isn't OCD.


Thank you - and for your information Im a computer engineer with Microsoft Qualifications in WINDOWS from my previous job, I use a Mac at home and in my current job I use Linux, so yeah, i'm just not a Linux nerd.
#27
ro53ben
Installed this game, played it for 3 minutes, uninstalled again. Not a fan. Multiplayer games have come a long way.
Back to Rainbow Six Siege.

Forcibly installed itself to my C: drive (NOTHING goes on C) and then won't uninstall cleanly.

Avoid
#28
ro53ben

Forcibly installed itself to my C: drive (NOTHING goes on C) and then won't uninstall cleanly.
Avoid

Forcibly???

You said yes so didn't exactly force its-self and why does NOTHING go on C???
#29
It didn't give a choice of install path at all.

c: is the system drive, never a good idea to install anything on it...aside from performance compromises, it's a ball ache if the uninstaller is broken, like this one is.

Edited By: ro53ben on Aug 13, 2016 11:56
#30
ro53ben
"PC" actually refers to a machine build by IBM. All others are just compatibles. I've never seen an IBM PC sold with any of the operating systems you list other than Windows.
I've used DOS OS/2 and been using Linux since 1993 but I'd never have any doubt over what anybody in 2016 meant if they asked if it was only for PC.
I think you just need to chill out a bit, fredoaf isn't ignorant he just isn't OCD.

Weird because I was sure those true IBM ones ran DOS and there were a few other operating systems available for them, none of which were Windows...until later but that was mostly "IBM Compatible"? I've certainly never seen a true IBM PC running Windows 10, 11, 666 or whatever they're up to this week. To anyone that doesn't have undying loyalty to an evil corporation like IBM, in 2016 it at the very least it means "IBM Compatible PC" ie, not a mainframe.

It's not OCD, it's using correct terminology for what you're describing, there are many operating systems available for the PC these days as there has always been so you need to refer to the operating system, not the hardware.

There are different types of screwdrivers and other tools, you need to refer to the one that you actually need not just the general category of the item.

mclovin9091
I'd hazard a guess that if your using Linux, you'll be able to get this and any other PC game running.

No, the version of the Source Engine SDK that it uses is much older than the current one and pre-dates Linux support. You might be able to use Wine but that's not native Linux and doesn't count

ro53ben

Forcibly installed itself to my C: drive (NOTHING goes on C) and then won't uninstall cleanly.
Avoid

Are you win-noobs still using that primitive drive lettering system? oO

fredoaf

Thank you - and for your information Im a computer engineer with Microsoft Qualifications in WINDOWS from my previous job, I use a Mac at home and in my current job I use Linux, so yeah, i'm just not a Linux nerd.

Thankyou for providing me with information. So we've established that Micro$oft gave you a certificate to show that you can click through their wizards, how great you are. The majority of people with Microsoft certifications that I've dealt with are clueless, especially about anything to do with real computing (ie not a Microsoft product).
2 Likes #31
dar72
Weird because I was sure those true IBM ones ran DOS and there were a few other operating systems available for them, none of which were Windows

You're sure about lots of stuff, but you're not always correct.

Like I said, take a chill pill, you're not adding any value here.
#32
ro53ben
dar72
Weird because I was sure those true IBM ones ran DOS and there were a few other operating systems available for them, none of which were Windows
You're sure about lots of stuff, but you're not always correct.
Like I said, take a chill pill, you're not adding any value here.

Go play Goldeneye Source on your old IBM PC then. After all, it's "PC only"

You should try playing Halo on a PS3 too. It's for console...what's the problem? Actually, in your opinion "console" probably means a NES.

Someone should hurry up and release a Linux-only game on Steam and then tell everyone how it's "only for PC" :D
#33
Heres the goldeneye source source code for the computer users who do not use Windows to have a play with.
#34
Will this run on my minicomputer, or is it PC only?

I won't bother asking about running it on my Cray.
banned#35
Children, play nice with each other.
2 Likes #36
Love a who can out Nerd each other conversation.... very late 90s.... LOOK AT ME I KNOW ALL ABOUT TECHNOLOGY AND THE TERMINOLOGY.... You get it wrong and I point it out....

ha brilliant. Great scot I must have gone 88mph and gone back in time.
#37
This should run on non-gaming PC's without a problem, it runs on the Source gaming engine (hence the name), which is about 11 years old.
#38
dar72
fredoaf
Will it be PC only or Mac / Linux as well via Steam ?
Linux runs on PCs. Mac at least these days is arguably a PC too.
STOP CALLING WINDOWS "PC"
Shocking ignorance from someone asking for a Linux version.

When someone says "PC", we all know they mean Windows. Stop being so pedantic.
Only nerds use Linux at home.
1 Like #39
You don't need Half Life 2, you need Source SDK Base 2007 installed. It's free on Steam, to get it you go to Library > Tools, scroll down to Source SDK Base 2007 and install it. Then install the GoldenEye Setup .exe file, and you're good to go. The game will appear in your normal Steam library just like your other Steam games.
#40
bulletfoss
dar72
fredoaf
Will it be PC only or Mac / Linux as well via Steam ?
Linux runs on PCs. Mac at least these days is arguably a PC too.
STOP CALLING WINDOWS "PC"
Shocking ignorance from someone asking for a Linux version.
When someone says "PC", we all know they mean Windows. Stop being so pedantic.
Only nerds use Linux at home.

"Everyone knows that..." - The sign of a repeater

And the people who use Windows are the braindead sheeple who are incapable of thinking for themselves, understanding what they're using and who don't mind supporting an evil corporation which denies people their freedoms and supports eugenics programmes, the Israeli terror state and more. That's before we even get into how primitive Micro$oft's software is.

So if the alternative to that is being a "nerd", I know what I'd rather be.

Edited By: dar72 on Aug 17, 2016 21:25: Truth

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