Occasionally, video games based on movies actually end up outshining their source material. Here are ten examples of that happening.
A fan remake of the classic N64 GoldenEye 007 releases a sneak peek at the Silo mission while announcing an official release date.
RARE's GoldenEye 007 on the Nintendo 64 revolutionized the FPS genre, but it takes a superspy to notice some of the game's hidden details.
GoldenEye 007 is thought of as one of the most important first-person shooters of all-time, but it once was going to be released as an on-rails shooter like Time Crisis.
One intrepid fan of the Rare-developed Nintendo 64 classic, GoldenEye 007, takes it upon themselves to recreate the entirety of the game in Unreal Engine 4.
Mark Edmonds, who worked on GoldenEye 007 at Rare as the game's gameplay and engine programmer, reveals whether using Oddjob in multiplayer is cheating or not.
A Resetera forum user discovers that Nintendo's original copyright for GoldenEye 007 is now 20 years old and has expired, potentially clearing the way for a remaster.
Microsoft's head of the Xbox division states that the failed reboot of Rare's first-person shooter GoldenEye 007 always boils down to being about a 'rights issue.'
A video containing upwards of 30 minutes of gameplay footage for an unreleased remastered version of developer Rare's GoldenEye 007 on Xbox 360 appears online.
In the wake of Minecraft coming to Wii U, the head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, responds to fans wondering if he'd like to see Nintendo games on the Xbox One.