VGC writes: "Like many on here, I have fond memories of Rare's James Bond 007: Goldeneye for the Nintendo 64. Not only were the single player modes well executed and tailored for replayability, but the multiplayer death match modes were something of a godsend in the days of lackluster console first person shooters. I remember, vividly, heading over to one of my friend's houses with a case of Mountain Dew and a pillow for an all nighter with Goldeneye. I would pick Baron Samadhi, as I always did, and have a blast. Unfortunately after Goldeneye, the Bond franchise has been stuck in catch-up mode for the past near decade, trying to replicate what made Goldeneye so great. There have been a few good games, and a few terrible ones, but none have come close to the enormous shadow that Rare created. With Activision's newest Foray into the franchise, Quantum of Solace, I was hoping that it would at least come close."