Submitted by SandWitch 1634d ago | review

Niintedo Life: GoldenEye 007 (DS) review

Developer n-Space is no stranger to first-person shooters on Nintendo's technologically humble portable, having delivered three increasingly advanced Call of Duty DS games day-and-date with their console counterparts. That successful core formula hasn't changed all too much for their retelling of James Bond's GoldenEye 007, but slowing the pace down in sections and emphasising stealth feels like a much more suitable fit for the handheld's strengths. (Goldeneye 007, Nintendo DS) 7/10

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