GoldenEye: Rogue Agent
GoldenEye: Rogue Agent is a first-individual shooter computer game created by EA Los Angeles and distributed by Electronic Arts.
The player plays the part of an ex-MI6 agent, who is enrolled by Auric Goldfinger (an individual from an amazing anonymous criminal association dependent on Ian Fleming’s Specter) to kill his adversary Dr. No. A few different characters from the Bond arrangement show up all through the game, including Pussy Galore, Oddjob, Xenia Onatopp and Francisco Scaramanga.
In spite of its name and being essential for the James Bond establishment, the game has no connection to the 1995 film or the 1997 computer game of a similar name. In this setting the game’s hero is given the name ‘GoldenEye’ after he loses his eye and gets a gold-hued computerized substitution. Electronic Arts has recorded the title alongside 007 Racing (2000) as side projects that don’t make part of the standard they have worked with Tomorrow Never Dies (1999).
GoldenEye: Rogue Agent got commonly blended to negative surveys from pundits who applauded the extraordinary reason and multiplayer mode, however condemned the tasteless interactivity, plot, takeoff from the Bond ordinance, and misdirecting utilization of the GoldenEye name.