Rumor: Survey points to GoldenEye remake by Activision

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 3 June 2010 19:19 GMT

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There’s a survey supposedly floating around from Activision, asking folks about a GoldenEye remake.

This information was sent in to GoNintendo by an anonymous source, complete with pictures, stating that it is being re-imagined with Daniel Craig as Bond – on Wii no less.

If this is true, then the domain registry outed back in April along with the Bloodstone bit; Adam Croasdell’s voice reveal last year on “a third-person shooter with a mix of driving elements”; Bizzare working on a  project set for release in Q4 this year; along with the leaked GAME release list all add up to enough plot elements fit for a Bond villain of the most nefarious sort.

It all makes our head hurt, badly, to be honest.

If something is in the works, just announce it already Mr. Kotick.

Please.

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