The Bitbag writes: "In both movie and video game form, the original GoldenEye 007 is classic. Rare had been making great games for a while that were going under the radar (Jet Force Gemini for example) but this effort pushed them into the mainstream. It is impossible to tally up all the hours I put into the original GoldenEye’s multiplayer alone. In total playing time logged in, it is second only to Rare’s spiritual follow up, Perfect Dark. It seems as if Nintendo is trying to recapture the magic that was GoldenEye on the Nintendo 64. Developed by Eurocom and published by Activision, GoldenEye 007 has come to the Nintendo Wii for the 2010 holiday season (The Nintendo DS version was developed by n-Space). This time around, it boasts brand new features and updates to the iconic console FPS. How does it hold up? Read on and find out."