It took almost 25 years for the Rare classic to get off the list of ‘harmful media for young people’.
Although it turned out to be incredible, the Rare classic for Nintendo 64, Goldeneye 007, has been banned in Germany for almost 25 years. The game adapted Pierce Brosnan’s movie of the same name in 1997 and was acclaimed by critics and gamers for its brilliant staging and for having a multiplayer mode of up to four players on split screen that was a before and after.
The game has dropped the ban shortly before period expiredGermany is known for its strict code to classify video games, which has led to such recent upheavals as that of Dying Light: Platinum Edition for Nintendo Switch, which after its ban in the country, a situation was triggered that led the game to disappear from the entire European eShop, in Australia and New Zealand.
The arrival of Goldeneye 007 to the Nintendo Switch Online is suspectedBeyond the anecdote, the situation has awakened the suspicions about its possible arrival on Nintendo Switch, since, as it has shared Eurogamer, the ban expires at 25 years, however, the ban has been lifted before that time by the active request of a person or entity to reopen the case.
The arrival of Bond to the subscription service of Nintendo Switch, would undoubtedly be great news for Nintendo 64 fans and a good way to appease the anger of many of the users after a launch that was filled with criticism after some apparent latency problems, poor adaptation of the controls and various graphical errors.
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