Activision registers website for possible Goldeneye revival

By Nathan Grayson, Saturday, 24 April 2010 06:39 GMT

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Remember Goldeneye Rogue Agent – that EA Bond game from 2004? It sure was fun decent a videogame, huh? Well, from the looks of things, Activision’s planning on breathing new life into that completely unremarkable franchise.

That is the Goldeneye they’re referring to, right?

Internet James Bond equivalent (if James Bond was an actual spy and not a suit-clad playboy who occasionally shoots people) Superannuation recently stumbled across an Activision-owned domain for “goldeneyegame.com.” On top of that, Activision also snapped up some online real estate for “bloodstonegame.com,” which may ring a few bells for some of you.

As to whether or not the two games are connected in some way – or whether this Goldeneye is a sequel or a risen from the ashes remake – we’re just as clueless as you. Domain names’ tale-telling prowess, unfortunately, is greater only than that of dead men. Now if only professional skater/bean-spiller Tony Hawk was on this project…

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