The fastest way to get any party full of '90s kids started is to break out GoldenEye 007 for Nintendo 64. Now, thanks to fans of the iconic video game, you don't need a console or cartridge to play it. As The Verge reports, a group of fans have released a free, updated PC version of the iconic game.
The game, titled GoldenEye: Source, was created using the Source game engine from video game developer Valve. For the past 10 years, the collective responsible for recreating the game has also worked to improve it, and the most recent update (version 5.0) is the most significant one in more than three years. There is no single player mode, but those who download the game and enter the multiplayer experience will find redesigned versions of 28 weapons from the original game, as well as upgraded graphics, 25 recreated levels, and 10 different gaming modes.
Unfortunately there is no Mac version, but PC users who want to channel their virtual inner super-spy just need a computer running Windows 7 or later with 4GB of RAM and at least 10GB of free hard drive space.
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