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GoldenEye 64 unlikely for re-release on new Nintendo Revolution

28-Mar-2006 • Gaming

According Matt @ IGN's blog, the odds of the classic James Bond game GoldenEye 64 coming to the new Nintendo Revolution system are slim.

The blog posting reads. "Here's something interesting from the Game Developers Conference 2006. Met with some Rare / Microsoft people who confirmed once and for all that Revolution's Virtual Console will not see any Rare-owned licenses. What does that mean? No-gos include Jet Force Gemini, Perfect Dark, Banjo-Kazooie, Banjo-Tooie, and Conker's Bad Fur Day. Not happening on Revolution. Neither are gamers likely to see Goldeneye 007, unless both Rare and new license holder EA commit it to Nintendo's platform. On a brighter note, any title developed by Rare that is fully owned by Nintendo could very well show up on the Virtual Console. Donkey Kong 64. Diddy Kong Racing. You get the point."

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