Goldeneye 007 The German prohibition is lifted, aroused future speculation
One of the most famous N64 games, Goldeneye 007, saw its prohibition raised in Germany after its initial release 24 years ago. This is an interesting development and a possible flag for the emblematic game, which means it could be remastered on Nintendo Switch and maybe even on other platforms. GoldenEye 007 went out in 1997 for the Nintendo 64 and had been placed on the list of pests to minors according to the Federal Review Board for Media Harmful to Minors, also known as BPJM (abbreviation of its current title, Bundesprüfstelle für Jugendgefährdende Medien) which means that in Germany, Goldeneye could not be announced, sold or rented where minors could access it. This could also make it difficult for an adult to get a copy in Germany at the time, because distributors should go through various processes, and adults would even have difficulty getting the game online, or not at all.
Normally, 25 years after their exit, the games are the subject of an automatic examination. But since the elevator has arrived early, it suggests that someone was lobbying for Goldeneye. And with the fact that currently, according to Schnittberichte.com, Stadlbauer Marketing holds the German rights of the game, as well as other Nintendo products, this could be an important index towards a possible remillization of the game. After all, there was A leak possible in January, and it is possible to play the old version of the game on the Nintendo Switch Online and the extension pack. But with all the offset, the sound delays and various other problems, Goldeneye 007 would need serious cleaning to make it playable, or at least one more enjoyable experience.
This is not a guarantee that we will see the remastered game either. Unfortunately, there may be problems with the license, both for the use of the James Bond license and probably the reuse of the actor s resemblance, like the James Bond of the time, Pierce Brosnan. Thus, even if this is possible in terms of coding, copyright problems can delay or even cancel a possible GoldenEye 007.
We can only cross your fingers and hope to hear the opposite.
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