Some of my favorite snapshots and images from Goldeneye 007 on Nintendo 64

Written by DetErest

These pages showcase a collection of some of the coolest screenshots from GoldenEye 007.
Some are "beta", most are using GameShark, a few are scanned from magazines, and the rest were sent to me.

Originally a James Bond movie starring Pierce Brosnan, GoldenEye was also developed by Rareware as a video game for the Nintendo 64, and was released in 1997. It revolutionized the way that first person shooter games were played and designed.

Still played around the world to this day, and such a fan favorite that it has been "remade" by dedicated hackers via various ROMS & emulators. These hardcore fanatics have taken the game outside the boundaries of what most of us would have ever thought possible, making practically every level fully playable in Multiplayer.

A stage during the development of a game. Anything in GoldenEye 007 that wasn't included in the final game has been dubbed "beta" by fans.

Here, we see a Russian boat from pre-release Goldeneye 007... Just a cool prop that was left behind...

Game enhancing device that allows most things inside a game to be manipulated, including weapons/characters/levels.

The GameShark Pro device can even search for specific values, making it even easier to locate specific things.

-Former Webmaster of the Detstar Gaming Network
-007, Zero Tau
-Wrote the unofficial guide to GoldenEye 007
-Creator of Dexter Comics (see Official Blog or browse deviantArt account)
-Keeps a gun by his front door
-Licensed to Kill

Detstar Gaming Network (2002-2009)
The now-defunct Detstar Gaming Network once offered cheats, codes, and tricks for various games on Nintendo consoles, most notably Super Smash Bros Melee and GoldenEye 007. The website's content originally began as "TGS" in 1999.

Archived version of the website is available here:

For more info check out:
"Epilogue to the Detstar Gaming Network"

See also:
"End of an Era"