GoldenEye 007 diary discusses the challenges of reimagining a classic

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 1 September 2010 19:01 GMT

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A video has been released for GoldenEye 007, and in it, you get to go behind the scenes a bit with the game’s developer, Eurocom.

In it, the team talks about how a lot of time was spent on the AI in the game in order make your antagonists more “human”, and how Bond veterans were brought on board to make the game more authentic.

Watch the video below, courtesy of MrPlayerism2.

GoldenEye 007, exclusive to Wii, will be in stores November 2.

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