Two James Bond trailers – GoldenEye 007 & Blood Stone 007

Blood Stone 007

GoldenEye 007 comes out on the Nintendo Wii this week, so naturally a launch trailer for the N64 remake has been released.  The GoldenEye 007 for Nintendo Wii trailer appears to show what all fans of the 1997 original want to see – classic James Bond GoldenEye 007 action!

Of course, the 2010 remake of the 1997 GoldenEye 007 doesn’t only look prettier, but the game has also been tweaked to bring the story and settings up to date. GoldenEye 007 features Daniel Craig instead of Pierce Brosan while the gadgets have also been updated from the 1990s. Now instead of using a watch to scan documents in  GoldenEye 007, Bond will use a mobile phone.

The GoldenEye 007 for Nintendo Wii features fist fighting, shooting, Bond girls, and of course footage of that all important multiplayer. Enjoy! You can also see a previous trailer for GoldenEye 007 here.

GoldenEye 007 is released for Nintendo Wii this Friday.

There are actually two James Bond games released this week, with the Bizarre Creations developed Blood Stone 007 also set for release this week – but not on the Nintendo Wii. The team has released a developer diary in which they say Blood Stone 007 will be classic Bond and truly authentic to the movies.

The Bizarre developers say they’ve tried to include all of the things that make the James Bond movies – driving, shooting, fighting, witty one liners – and apply them all into Blood Stone 007. We also get told about some of the classic Bond locations we can expect to visit in Blood Stone 007. You can see the Blood Stone 007 ‘Classic Bond’ developer diary below.

Yes, that is Joss Stone playing the Blood Stone 007 Bond Girl. Daniel Craig also features as Bond as in GoldenEye 007. Blood Stone 007 is released on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC on Friday and like GoldenEye 007, it’s published by Activision.

So Train2Game, do you want to get your hands on either GoldenEye 007 or Blood Stone 007? Would you be drawn to the GoldenEye 007 remake over an entirely new Bond Game? And do you think they’ll be successful?

You can leave your thoughts about Golden Eye 007 and Blood Stone 007 here on the Train2Game blog or on the Train2Game forum.

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