‘GoldenEye 007’ fans are creating a full game mod based on ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’

A mod is in the works for Nintendo 64 Classic Goldeye 007 that turns another James Bond movie into a full game. Fans build a playable version of The spy who loved meRoger Moore’s third and some would say the best Bond film.

As discovered by YouTuber Graslu00 posted a playthrough video showing 11 levels of The Spy Who Loved Me 64. The mod shows the main events and locations of the film and takes Bond from the Alps to the pyramids of Egypt and a supertanker in the Atlantic. It features Moore’s likeness, as well as characters like Anya Amasova (aka Agent XXX) and villain Karl Stromberg. It’s possible to run the mod on an emulator in 4K at 60 frames per second, although you can also play it on an N64 console.

It’s still a work in progress, as Graslu00 notes. The construction of The Spy Who Loved Me 64 This is a demo of the first three levels with a look at a planned four player multiplayer mode. However, it looks like the fans working on the game still have a long way to go. The stage select screen shows 20 levels including, oddly enough, Skyfall, Bond’s childhood home – which appears to be one of the multiplayer maps.

An official James Bond title is now in the works. In late 2020, it emerged that hitman studio IO Interactive was developing a game themed around the origins of the super spy. It will be the first official Bond game since 2012 007 legends.

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