I remember playing a South Park video game on Nintendo 64 complete with polygon 3D graphics and thinking that this was just a not as good Goldeneye clone. That’s why I’m pretty excited about this RPG style sidescrolling (I think) action game featuring right from the construction paper graphics of the actual South Park TV show. I’m pretty hopeful for this game. Kind of dig the Jew class as well. Can’t wait to see how bigoted it is.
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They kept the best part of the song, the Dumb Ways to Die chorus. However, they creepily animated all of the deceased video game characters in this weird flash-style stretchiness that creeps me out more than the Creepers, who are also featured in this video. My favorite part is the Goldeneye running into gunfire one. At least that wasn’t me. Too bad the Final Fantasy Tactics level you were guaranteed to lose 19 out of 20 times isn’t on here.
Nothing sounds more convoluted than trying to merge six plots of six different bond movies together to try and create one cohesive game that ends with a movie that hasn’t been released yet. Yep, this is either going to be super awesome or super “what the hell did you do to my franchise?”
Alright, I’ll give you a sample plot line: 3 different orbiting satellites threaten Earth’s well-being, all with different laser type weaponry being controlled by 3 different arch-villains. Also, 8 nuclear bombs are being sent to America and Russia simultaneously in hopes of starting 3 cold wars. Meanwhile, a bomb in Fort Knox threatens to irradiate the money so that America won’t be able to stop any of that. So it’s up to Bond to fix it all by traveling to the Caribbean, the Swiss Alps, New York City, London, four islands in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, and 3 separate trips to space. Ok. Let’s do this.
There’s some creative stuff going on here, but it’s mostly rehashes of stuff we’ve already seen before. Still, it’s nice to have them all in one spot.
This game’s too easy, I’m going to play with a steering wheel instead of a controller. That’s what this guy was thinking. He kinda made it look easy, though. He should use his feet next time.
We haven’t had a decent James Bond game since Goldeneye. So, what’s the solution? Make better Bond games? Stop making Bond games? No way! Just release that son of a bitch again. With improved graphics. But “improved” in quotation marks. Certainly better than N64 graphics, but no where near as good as graphics today, so what’s the point, really? Coulda just sold the original game on XBLA. But then how would they justify charging you sixty dollars for a fourteen year old game?