It's pretty amazing when you think about it. Developer Rare's GoldenEye came out for Nintendo 64 in 1997 and in the five years since, on more powerful next-generation consoles, competing software houses have still been unable to make a significantly better Bond first-person shooter. Look at publisher Electronic Arts' track record, though, and you'll know that it's not for lack of trying. The company has released several 007 follow-ups, a few of them noteworthy, but none of them good enough to officially dethrone Nintendo's gargantuan success of old.
OS: Windows Vista/Xp/ME/2000/98/95
Processor : 450 MHz processor
RAM: 128 MB RAM
8x CD or DVD-ROM drive
HDD: 1.2 GB free hard disk space (plus space for save games and Windows swap file)
16 MB video card with OpenGL and DirectX 8.0 compatible