Episode 027 – Goldeneye (1997)

Episode 027 – Goldeneye (1997)

Episode 027 – Goldeneye (1997)

This week in Your Parents Basement, we’re loading up our PP7s, avoiding the Klobb at all costs and exposing double agents! From 1997, we’re playing Goldeneye for the Nintendo 64, in honor of Spectre coming out later this week.

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  • 0:00 – Intro, which is from the Archives stage.
  • 33:00 – We read letters and comments from readers on Goldeneye!
  • 50:30 – Emails. The best games from 27 years ago, and the best vehicles in video games.
  • 1:06:00 – Snifferoo. Standing by to play next week’s game! Who wants some???


– According to Price Charting, loose carts of Goldeneye go for around $11, with the complete box and manual collections going for $22 to $45. Sealed new copies go for $60 to $150. And hey, if you’re going to buy anything Goldeneye related, buy a pal and buy from Amazon via our link.

– The good Guardian article on Rare’s making of the game is readable here, including some of the weird changes Nintendo and Miyamoto pitched.

3 responses

  1. […] series. It is yet another strong game released by Rare. (Past YPB episodes on their games include Goldeneye and R.C. Pro […]


  2. […] – A little game called Goldeneye came out in 1997! We covered that awesome, FPS from Rare on a past episode here. […]


  3. […] It was kind of a big deal. Past N64 games we’ve covered: Quest 64, Superman 64, Mario Kart 64, Goldeneye and Star Fox […]


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