GoldenEye 007
GoldenEye 007's North American boxart.
Developer Rare
Publisher Nintendo
Release dates August 23, 1997 (JP)
August 25, 1997 (NA)
August 25, 1997 (EU)
Genre Shooter
Modes Single player, Multiplayer
Platforms Nintendo 64

GoldenEye 007 is a first-person shooter video game developed by Rare and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 64, and is based on the 1995 James Bond film, GoldenEye. The game is rated T for Teen.

The game has received very positive reviews and sold over eight million copies. It is considered an important title in the development of first person shooters, and has become particularly well-known for the quality of its multiplayer deathmatch mode, as well as its incorporation of stealth and varied objectives into its single player missions.

GoldenEye 007 was followed by a spiritual successor, Perfect Dark, also developed by Rare. The commercial successor was Tomorrow Never Dies, developed by Electronic Arts for the PlayStation.



Bonus Levels are in italics.

Arkhangelsk: Byelomorye dam

Arkhangelsk: Chemical Warfare Facility #2

Arkhangelsk: Service Runway

Severnaya: Severnaya Installation 1

Severnaya: Severnaya Bunker Complex 2

Kirghizstan: Soviet Missile Silo

Monte Carlo: Frigate 'La Fayette'

Severnaya: Severnaya Installation 2

Severnaya: Severnaya Bunker Complex 2

St. Petersburg: Statue Park

St. Petersburg: GRU Military Intelligence Archives

St. Petersburg: St. Petersburg Streets

St. Petersburg: Disused Military Depot

St. Petersburg: Converted Missile Train

Cuba: Cuban Jungle

Cuba: Janus Control Centre

Cuba: Subterranean Caverns

Cuba: Antenna Cradle

Teotihuaca'n: Aztec Complex

el-Saghira: Egyptian Temple


Levels in italics are only unlockable via gameshark.









Water Caverns


Statue Park


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