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For fans of the immortal Jame Bond video game Goldeneye for the Nintendo 64, a brilliant and painstakingly recreated tribute has arrived.

Seen as one of the finest games of all time, the addictive third-person 1997 film adaptation gained millions of fans worldwide. Now a real-life version has been created which re-enacts the frustrating mission where Bond must escort computer programmer Natalya Simonova from a top secret enemy base.

Unfortunately Natalya has the habit of wandering aimlessly into your firing line in the game, resulting in a mission failure - a feature which this parody gleefully shows off. As the YouTube description says "NOTHING is more frustrating than trying to escort Natalya to safety in Goldeneye 64! NOTHING!"

Arrrg! Not again!

The classic game has recently been reimagined for modern consoles...but nothing quite matches the original. Even the slow, awkward movements and deaths of the enemy soldiers have been recreated in this brilliant video created by user Warialasky. Check it out below.


Video game tribute 'Real Life Goldeneye' is a viral hit
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