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VentureBeat’s Jeff Grubb says that a remaster of GoldenEye 007 could be revealed in the “next couple of weeks”


It was only a matter of time, but VentureBeat journalist Jeff Grubb teased another thing that gamers might be able to look forward to in the near future. This time, it comes from a podcast he does on Giant Bomb’s Premium subscription service. The podcast, called Grubb Snax, had a new episode this month.

Nintendo was the focus of the episode, and according to a transcript by Video Games Chronicle, Grubb mentioned that there could be a remaster of GoldenEye 007 revealed soon. In fact, he continued by saying that “I think this game is probably coming pretty soon, I’m thinking next couple of weeks”. Video Games Chronicle says that this matches what a source recently told them, but that’s not all. According to Grubb, “I think that Microsoft is going to be the one to announce that first”.

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7 thoughts on “VentureBeat’s Jeff Grubb says that a remaster of GoldenEye 007 could be revealed in the “next couple of weeks””

  1. Whilst I did enjoy Goldeneye: Rouge Agent and Goldeneye Reloaded, nothing could ever come close to the original (nostalgia bias a bit here) so I hope this is true. Looong overdue, kinda expected it on the Direct.

    1. Yea, you’re right. Things are different now don’t really see how it could compete with the likes of call of duty and battlefield unless it did something crazy.

      All the original multi-player maps are basically the size of nuke town

  2. This is stupid. Microsoft done spending buying developers when I said that they should just use the IPs they already have.

    If they can make a remake of 007 why can’t they remake other Rare games?

  3. Im just waiting on Xenogears and Xenosaga port or remaster.
    Not a Fps fan, so 007 remaster doesn’t interest me. PBut i agree Goldeneye 007 couldn’t compete with Call of Duty or Battlefield. Unless they added online Pvp, leaderboards, K/D ratio, a prestige system, skill trees with perks, custom load outs.
    4 player split screen wouldn’t cut it nowadays, they’d need more then couch co-op or local Pvp.
    Most probably wouldn’t give Goldeneye 007 another look unless it’s got competitive online Pvp.

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