GoldenEye XBLA rumours refuse to die

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 21 February 2008 11:01 GMT

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According to this, Xbox World mag in the UK is hinting with about as much subtlety as a drunk elephant that it has the scoop on an XBLA version of GoldenEye.

“Next Wednesday, in Xbox World 360, you’ll find the first ever shots and definitive hands-on details behind one of this year’s biggest stories. Yep, it’s the story the whole world wanted, but only we got – and we unleash it next Wednesday in Xbox World 360. Will you be excited? Oh yes. Will you, like us, be just a little bit angry too? Mmmm, maybe. Want to know more? The mystery unfolds – in shops – in seven days time.”

We’re literally shitting ourselves with excitement. Especially if the “angry” bit means “it isn’t happening and we’ve just wasted all your time”.

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