Even though Perfect Dark Zero wasnt as good as the original, it still wasnt bad. So they have done one mediocre game that sold pretty damn well. Kameo, on the otherhand I havnt played, but I still thought that did alright.
Three games released on the 360, with another one coming out in the next year or so. That's not that bad.
I was under the impression that Rare wasnt an huge development firm so when they got bought out by MS, they had to changed all the code for PDZ and Kameo to the XBOX, and then well, the XBOX 360 (which in my opinion was released too early) came along and they just decided to put it over to the 360, which took more time.
That would be 50-50 between biggest disaster in gaming industry or biggest success in the gaming industry.
But let's think of what they could they add to GoldenEye.
Obviously smarter AI and better graphics. But with the modern 360 there is a lot more a player can physically do. Firstly I guess they would add all the extra stuff they had in Perfect Dark, like hitting with your gun etc. But what else?
they could try adding alternate fire modes.. and adding physics to the environment (I think a graphical overhaul is given).. maybe some map interactivity (like half life or unreal tournament... if someone goes in a chemical room and you're near the control station you could cause a breach and kill them from the toxins) /shrug... plus there are so many possibilities for gadgets.. being an agent and all
I liked messing around with the doors the most... like run through a door and then shut it behind me without turning around to piss off my friend who's trying to kill me
brilliant game, when I was just turning into a teenager we had this out at the golf course, everybody played the game round the clock. On Multiplayer I ranked 3rd out of everybody, I couldnt compete with the other 2.
Ahh! This game was just amazing. Fav character is always gonna be 006, Alec! favourite level would be....Bunker 2 or the Dam.
Haha, the soundtrack whilst doing missions is something else,
"In the year of our Lord 1314, patriots of Scotland, starving and outnumbered, charged the fields at Bannockburn. They fought like warrior poets. They fought like Scotsmen. And won their freedom."