More evidence to support the circulating rumors of a GoldenEye
remake surfaced this past week. The most convincing comes from Eurogamer
, which reports that a source has confirmed Activision is working on a revamped version of the classic Nintendo 64 shooter for the Wii and DS to be released this November. The game is supposedly being developed by n-Space and Eurocom, the latter of which created the N64 version of The World is Not Enough
. The source also mentioned the publisher will showcase the title for the very first time at E3, so we won't have to wait long to learn if this unnamed tipster is on the money.
A slightly more suspect piece of evidence comes to us via GoNintendo
, which posted a series of images from an anonymous source, purportedly stripped from a survey referencing a GoldenEye
Wii-make. This survey mentions "a modernized version of the classic story with the new Bond (Daniel Craig)," which, if true, would be a minor travesty. Don't get us wrong, we love Craig -- but you really can't out-Brosnan Brosnan, you know?