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I think the best is...

Banjo Kazooie 14 17.50%
 
Banjo Tooie 1 1.25%
 
Perfect Dark 18 22.50%
 
Goldeneye 007 20 25.00%
 
Conker's Bad Fur Day 11 13.75%
 
Diddy Kong Racing 4 5.00%
 
Jet Force Gemini 3 3.75%
 
Blast Corps 2 2.50%
 
Kill Instinct Gold 1 1.25%
 
Donkey Kong 64 6 7.50%
 
Total:80

Goldeneye, Conkers, Killer Instinct.

I owned or played most of the others (worked in a video store at the time so could rent them whenever I liked) but GE, Conkers and KI are 2 this day my favorite all number 1 favorites of that generation, and no I can't split them and wont because they are 3 different types of games. GE was the only shooter I have EVER been good at (which in turn did allow me to be ok with PD) Conkers Humor and for the most part controls (yes yes I know about the horror level which I completed first go with not a single death) and all the wonderful nods to movies was simply a joy to play. And as for KI I put so much time into that game my friends all refused to play it with me if I suggested it because no one could beat me when I used B. Orchid. I would simply start a combo at the beginning of the second round and they couldnt counter out of it and then I would slip into a ultimate combo, no mercy finisher and I would end up with about 300 - 350 hit combo ( it was a long time ago I cant remember the exact numbers now) maybe more.



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Cobretti2 said:
Here is a side question for everyone.

Was Goldeneye the game good because of the movie, or was the movie better because of the game?

How do you think the game would have performed if the movie did not exist and vise versa?

This one is too easy. I don't think the game did anything for the movie (it came out much later than the release of the movie), so yes, the game got better because of the movie/James Bond theme. 



Cobretti2 said:
Here is a side question for everyone.

Was Goldeneye the game good because of the movie, or was the movie better because of the game?

How do you think the game would have performed if the movie did not exist and vise versa?

Haha, for me it was actually the film was better because of the game.

When the film came out, I was impressed with Sean Bean, but Brosnan was more like... "Why is the pompous jackass from Mrs. Doubtfire playing Bond?" and wrote him off as a cheap Dalton replacement. I mean, I didn't think GE007 was a terrible film, just not what I was expecting for the Bond comeback, and still preferred License to Kill and Living Daylights.

But yeah, I became a MUCH bigger GE film fan after the game. For a bit it became my favourite Bond film.



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Tooie I feel would be a close contender with Kazooie for the top spot if only it ran more smoothly; playing it today, as amazing as its charm, variety, and world design are, the framerate kinda gives me a headache.



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Goldeneye 007 for me,no other shooter will ever come close for me.



Goldeneye, Banjo-Kazooie and Diddy Kong Racing!



Jumpin said:
Cobretti2 said:
Here is a side question for everyone.

Was Goldeneye the game good because of the movie, or was the movie better because of the game?

How do you think the game would have performed if the movie did not exist and vise versa?

Haha, for me it was actually the film was better because of the game.

When the film came out, I was impressed with Sean Bean, but Brosnan was more like... "Why is the pompous jackass from Mrs. Doubtfire playing Bond?" and wrote him off as a cheap Dalton replacement. I mean, I didn't think GE007 was a terrible film, just not what I was expecting for the Bond comeback, and still preferred License to Kill and Living Daylights.

But yeah, I became a MUCH bigger GE film fan after the game. For a bit it became my favourite Bond film.

Yep that is how I felt when I walked out of Goldeneye.  Then the game kind of hyped it up for me and when I saw the movie a second time I enjoyed it more lol.



 

 

When i read the title i thought "oh, conker and its not close" completely forgetting about goldeneye. Ill still give it to conker.itts one of the funniest games of all time had fun gameplay and, although i played 007 multiplayer more and w just 2 ppl, the 4 player teddies vs squirrel game was extremely fun. One of the most memorable games ive ever played.



Jumpin said:
Cobretti2 said:
Here is a side question for everyone.

Was Goldeneye the game good because of the movie, or was the movie better because of the game?

How do you think the game would have performed if the movie did not exist and vise versa?

Haha, for me it was actually the film was better because of the game.

When the film came out, I was impressed with Sean Bean, but Brosnan was more like... "Why is the pompous jackass from Mrs. Doubtfire playing Bond?" and wrote him off as a cheap Dalton replacement. I mean, I didn't think GE007 was a terrible film, just not what I was expecting for the Bond comeback, and still preferred License to Kill and Living Daylights.

But yeah, I became a MUCH bigger GE film fan after the game. For a bit it became my favourite Bond film.

Ive never been into the bond films and this game got me to see the movie. I ended up enjoying it, but idve never seen the movie if not for the game. The game, multiplayer and unlocking cheats specifically, was really addicitive. Way superior, imo, to todays achievement system. U got something tangible in game instead of a "hey! Look what u did! Good job buddie!"