Uncommon’s cancelled Xbox Reside Arcade remaster of its seminal N64 shooter GoldenEye 007 has been revealed in its entirety with a two-hour playthrough video.
The video beneath, printed on the YouTube channel of GoldenEye 007 content creator Graslu00 (by way of GoldenEye Dossier), exhibits the total sport performed on the OO Agent issue in 4k decision and 60 frames-per-second, with half-hour of multiplayer on the finish. The footage exhibits GoldenEye 007 XBLA working on an emulator to attain the upper decision.
In 2007 Microsoft-owned Uncommon developed an HD remaster of its N64 basic to be launched on XBLA, however copyright disputes noticed the challenge shuttered. Earlier than this video, solely half-hour of footage of the sport had been launched. Now we see the sport in all its glory – from its iconic opening Dam stage to its remaining bonus stage Egyptian – all with a suitable framerate!
In a tweet, Graslu00 insisted this gameplay is just not associated to any latest leak. Moderately, builds of the sport had been obtained years in the past from PartnerNet, a sandbox model of Xbox Reside obtainable solely to dev package homeowners. Based on Graslu00, a construct of the sport will likely be launched in some unspecified time in the future in 2021.
Whereas the XBLA remaster by no means noticed the sunshine of day, we did ultimately get a full remake on the Wii with the identically-titled GoldenEye 007 in 2010. This model, developed by Eurocom and printed by Activision, was later given an HD port on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 as GoldenEye 007: Reloaded in 2011.