It's not really my thing to knock on a classic from the Nintendo 64 era, but let's face facts: Goldeneye 007 (in its original state) hasn't aged well. In its time, it was a landmark title that made first-person shooting more viable on a console than ever before. It also elevated the James Bond brand to an icon among licensed videogames. Over the past decade, however, the shooter genre has gone through such a radical metamorphosis that it's virtually unrecognizable when compared to what it once was. Furthermore, MI6's resident ladykiller has slipped into relative obscurity.