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James Bond May No Longer Be With Activision

The most dangerous foe of James Bond may have at long last been defeated in a somewhat unexpected way.  I’m not referring to longstanding 007 villains such as Blofeld or even new entities like Silva as I’m instead referring to Activision - the company which for the last six years has wasted the James Bond franchise.

See What GoldenEye 007: Reloaded's HD Sheen Looks Like In This Premier Trailer

Yesterday we got an early reveal for GoldenEye 007: Reloaded for the PS3 and Xbox 360 and today Activision has officially revealed all the goodies the HD remake will offer.  Aside from offering the same experience that Wii gamers had the privilege of playing last year, GoldenEye 007: Reloaded will include several new MI6 Ops Missions that will entail 007 engaging in missions that require specific tasks to be completed. 

James Bond's Latest Mission Is Almost Ready To Be Revealed

The latest adventure of James Bond will be shown to us very soon, as in it’s going to go public in two weeks. After skipping E3 (I can attest to this since Activision wasn’t showing it behind closed doors), James Bond will be making a splash at the San Diego Comic Con just like he did last year when James Bond: Blood Stone was shown.

Yet Another GoldenEye Game May Be Coming Out, This Time Possibly For The HD Consoles

Last year Activision did something that made some people happy and infuriated others: they released a new version of GoldenEye.  Far from being a modern day update of the classic Nintendo 64 game, Activision’s GoldenEye release (which was exclusive to the Wii) was a complete reboot of the GoldenEye plot complete with new scenarios and levels being created along with the more modern twists that were also thrown in.  For what it was GoldenEye was a solid James Bond game but the whole Wii only thing irked a lot of people, even if GoldenEye’s history is tied with the N64.

A behind the scenes look of James Bond 007: Blood Stone [Video]

As I’ve stated earlier, I’m still slightly befuddled over the lack of hype concerning James Bond 007: Blood Stone. 007’s latest video game mission may be published by Activision, but that doesn’t mean its quick cash-in or is merely a Call of Duty clone like Quantum of Solace was.  So far what we’ve seen of Blood Stone looks rather polished and in a way is a spiritual successor to EA’s 007 game Everything or Nothing aka the best James Bond game ever made.

New James Bond: Blood Stone trailer shows 007 kicking ass in style

Believe it or not there’s a new James Bond game coming out in less than two months.  It’s definitely a bit odd that so far 007’s latest gaming venture hasn’t exactly garnered the usual hype of past games, whether it’s just the standard anticipation or the pointless comparisons toward the much lauded about GoldenEye for the N64.  But come early November Activision will be giving gamers James Bond: Blood Stone, an entirely original James Bond adventure featuring Daniel Craig as the world’s top secret agent.

The GoldenEye remake rumor pops up again

Today news is floating around that Activision has sent out a survey detailing a Wii version of the N64 classic GoldenEye.  While the source of this news is a bit suspicious, it isn’t too far off from becoming a reality.

British retailer leaks name of new James Bond game

James Bond fans may still be reeling from the news that Bond 23 has been postponed, but 007 isn’t down for the count.  At this point it’s public knowledge that Activision, the current owner of 007’s video games rights, plans on expanding the James Bond franchise past movie tie-in games.

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