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Top Five First-Person-Shooters

Ah, the first-person-shooter, or the FPS as it’s handily known, it was the darling of the gaming community for a few years back on the XBOX 360 and PS3. 529 more words


20 Years Of GoldenEye and FPS Mission Design

The 20th anniversary of GoldenEye 007 for the N64 completely passed me by last month. This week is the 20th anniversary of the North American release of  669 more words


Opinion: Goldeneye 007 is 20 years old!

Rare and Nintendo released the seminal Goldeneye 007 on this day in 1997, ushering in a plethora of mechanics and gameplay concepts into the FPS genre. 483 more words


Happy Name Day, GoldenEye 007

Way back in 1997, I got my grubby little sausage fingers on a game that, unbeknownst to me, would change, nay, DEFINE the landscape of the first-person shooter (fps) genre from that point forward. 430 more words

Goldeneye 007: 20th Anniversary for the Legendary N64 Classic

On August 25th, 1997, Goldeneye 007 launched on the N64 and the very fabric of reality seemed to take notice. This game was a monumental achievement, a first person shooter of remarkable scope and one which delivered a, for the time, near perfect gaming experience. 1,206 more words


Top 25 Nintendo 64 Games: 5-1

So here we are, the final curtain. You’ve stuck with me for my top 25 N64 games so far, and today you’ll get to see what made my top 5. 606 more words


Ken Lobb: The Unsung Hero of Your Favorite Nintendo Games

As I was reading through this most recent issue of Game Informer, I came across an interview with a man named Ken Lobb. The name was one that I did not recognize, but as I continued reading found myself shocked that Lobb isn’t more of a household name in the industry. 346 more words