Activision registers new GoldenEye domains

By Andrew Groen, Monday, 27 June 2011 17:11 GMT

Activision may be planning more forays into the GoldenEye series: internet detective Superannuation has unearthed evidence that the publisher has registered domains pointing to a game called “GoldenEye Reloaded.”

The evidence took the form of four domains,,, and The websites are all currently inactive.

Superannuation found the new URLs also offered the reminder that there was a 007 logo featured on the slide of properties coming to PlayStation Move at Sony’s E3 press conference.

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