GoldenEye 007 is a Nintendo 64 classic, often cited as one of the most memorable and appreciated first-person shooter games of all time. But when returning to the game today (it was first released in 1997), it's hard not to be distracted by the clunky, outdated graphics. Now you can see what GoldenEye 007 might have looked like if it was made today. YouTuber Jude Wilson used a program called Unreal Engine 4 to recreate part of the game's Facility Map. You can enjoy a nostalgic stroll through the newly redone level and see how slick the maps could have been. UE4 is a game engine created by Epic Games to help developers trade and share their creations. The platform has also been used to recreate classic game characters like Sonic and Kirby.