The Nintendo 64 Controller
GoldenEye Story
Default Controller Information
Main Menu
Mission Game
Q Watch V2.01 Beta
Bond Arsenal
Friends, Enemies and Villains
Multi-Player Game
Tips For Success

The GoldenEye Story
All right, 007, it's time to get down to business. Some time ago, Pirate, a top-secret combat helicopter, was hijacked from a French war vessel in Monte Carlo. Pirate was stolen by Xenia Onatopp. She was assisted by several mysterious comrades.
Xenia, a former Soviet pilot, is a known accomplice of the Janus Syndicate, an international organization that is world renowned for its dealings in top-flight illegal arms. They are currently based in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Pirate reappeared two days ago in Russia near the site of an unusual disturbance believed to be the result of the discharge of the GoldenEye weapon satellite.
The situation is serious, 007. If Pirate or GoldenEye has fallen into the wrong hands, I don't have to tell you that the security of the free world could be in jeopardy. We want you to recover the Pirate helicopter and get to the bottom of this. You are licensed to kill.

Default Controller Information
L & R Buttons - Aim
+ Control Pad - Side step left or right. Look up or down.
C Buttons - Up = Look Down, Down = Look Up, Left = Side step left, Right = Side step right
A Button - Change weapon or device. Hold the A Button and tap the Z Button to cycle through the weapons in reverse order.
B Button - Reload, Activate
Start - Pause game and bring up the Options screen
Control Stick - Move in all directions, Move target icon on Options screen
Z Button - Use weapon or device
Lean - Hold the L or R Button and press C-Left or C-Right
Duck - Hold the L or R Button and press C-Down
Note: To change the controller configuration, pause the game and select Control Style from the Options screen.

Main Menu
Correctly insert the GoldenEye Game Pak into your Nintendo 64 system and move the Power switch to the On position. When the Title screen appears, press either Start, the A or Z Button to view the Main Menu.
Creating a Game File - On the Main Menu, use the Control Stick to move the Target Icon to the desired game file (four game files can be saved). Press Start, the A or Z Button to advance to the Game Select screen. Choose 'Select Mission' to play the mission-based game or 'Multi-Player' to play the 'Multi-Player game.
Copying a Game File - On the Main Menu, move the Target Icon to the Copy Icon at the bottom of the screen. Press Start, the A or Z Button to activate the copy command (press B Button to cancel). Move the Copy Icon to the game file you wish to copy from and press Start, the A or Z Button. The game file you selected is copied to an empty game file. If there is not an empty game file, you must erase one before you copy.
Erasing a Game File - On the Main Menu, move the Target Icon to the Erase Icon at the bottom of the screen. Press Start, the A or Z Button to activate the erase command (press the B Button to cancel). Move the erase Icon to the game file you wish to erase and press Start, the A or Z Button. Highlight 'Confirm' by pressing the Control Stick or the + Control Pad to the right, or by pressing the R Button. Press Start, the A or Z Button to execute. The game file you selected is erased.

Mission Game
Selecting a Mission - On the Game Select screen, choose 'Select Mission' to play the one-player mission-based game. Move the Target Icon to the desired mission. Press Start, the A or Z Button to confirm and view the difficulty screen.
Selecting Difficulty Screen - On the Difficulty screen, highlight the desired level with the Target Icon and press Start, A or Z Button to advance. There are three levels of difficulty; Agent (easiest), Secret Agent (medium) and 00 Agent (most difficult).
Background - Your missions will take you all over the world. Make sure to read the background information to keep current on the pending mission.
When you begin a level, make sure to pay attention to the opening cinema scene as it may contain useful clues to help you solve objectives.
M Briefing - M will provide you with more detailed background information.
Q Branch - Aside from even more background information, Q will give you the low-down on any handy gadgets that you may require for this mission.
Moneypenny - Don't forget Moneypenny. For each mission, she'll wish you well providing you with light heated comments.
Objectives - Unlike other first-person perspective game, the object of the game isn't necessarily to destroy everything or everyone you come in contact with. Some people or objects are necessary to complete the mission. Shoot the wrong person or destroy the wrong computer and the mission could be a failure. Make sure to read through the list of objectives for each mission. The fate of the free world depends on it!

Q Watch V2.01 Beta
During the mission-based game, press Start to pause the game and view the Q watch. The Q Watch allows you to view information on the current mission, change weapons, controller configuration, and other game options. Use the + Control Pad, Control Stick, L, R or C Buttons to toggle through the different screens or highlight different options.
Mission Status screen - This is the first screen you see after pressing Start. Here you can check your mission status, the current item in hand, amount of ammunition and your Life/Armour meter.
Abort Mission - If you find yourself stuck in an area with no way out, or the difficulty level is just too much for you, select Abort Mission and try again. A different approach could be the key to success.
Weapons & Items Screen - Select the desired weapon or item, then press the A or Z Button to equip. Press Start to resume game play.
Controller Configuration Screen - Highlight 'Control Style' or 'Controller', then press the A Button to activate and deactivate one of the two options here.
Control Style = change your controller set-up to one of four different configurations.
Controller = move the controller and test the current control style.
For the true professional, try using two controllers (connected to Sockets One and Two) and select one of two different controller configurations.
General Options Screen - Highlight the desired option, then press the A Button to adjust.
Music volume meter - Adjust volume of game music
FX volume meter - Adjust volume of sound effects.
Look up/down - Reverse/Upright
Auto-aim - On/Off
Aim Control - Hold/Toggle
Sight On-screen - On/Off
Look Ahead - On/Off
Ammo On-screen - On/Off
Screen - Full/Wide/Cinema
Ratio - Normal/16:9 (best suited for larger or wide screen televisions giving the game a more cinematic look).
Mission Objectives screen - On the Mission Objectives screen, scroll up or down with the + Control Pad, Control Stick or C-Up or C-Down Buttons to view the different screens of mission information. Press Start to resume gameplay.

The Bond Arsenal
Weapons: Throwing Knife - The ultimate silent weapon. Commando standard equipment on covert missions.
Fighting Knife - A lethal knife designed for vicious close-quarters fighting.
PP7 Special Issue - A small, easy concealed automatic pistol, which can be fitted with a silencer. 007's weapon of choice.
DD44 Dostovei - A Soviet-made automatic pistol, issued to officers. Loud but powerful.
Cougar Magnum - Possibly the most powerful revolver in the world. Can fire through some objects.
Spyder - A modern variant of a Czech machine pistol. Small, but capable of automatic fire.
ZMG 9mm - Powerful sub-machine gun. Noise is a problem, but offset by excellent man-stopping capability.
D5K Deustche - Special forces equipment. Can be fitted with a silencer for covert missions where firepower is needed.
Phantom - Sub-machine gun with a specially extended magazine. Brute force is all, no subtlety here. A terrorist favourite.
KF7 Soviet - The standard issue rifle to Soviet troops. Tough and capable, with a long range.
US AR33 Assault Rifle - US-manufactured assault rifle. Excellent range and stopping power.
RC P90 - A phenomenally powerful sub-machine gun with a near bottomless magazine.
Grenade Launcher - Takes practice to use well, but deadly in the hands of an expert.
Rocket Launcher - Tank-stopping heavy weapon. Devastating against soft targets.
Sniper Rifle - An extreme-range, single shot rifle. Highly effective, but patience and timing are required. When aiming, press C-Up and C-Down to zoom in and out.
Grenades - Pull out the pin, count and throw. Simple. The fuse is 5 seconds, so a count of 2 or 3 is safe.
Remote Mines - A versatile device. Clings to most surfaces and can be set off by remote control.
Timed Mines - A limpet mine with a 5 second fuse.
Proximity Mines - Motion-sensing limpet mines. Fire, but DON'T forget, as they can't tell the difference between friend or foe.
Gadgets: Bungee Equipment - An extra strength cord and reinforced fastenings for those really long jumps.
Door Decoder - A powerful crypto-breaker program. It cracks the code on security doors in seconds.
Bomb Defuser - A device built for 007; cuts the correct wire automatically.
Key Analyser - Built by Q specifically to copy the GoldenEye code key.
Tracker - This magnetic tracker has a long life and a huge range. Just have to plant it carefully.
Covert Modem - Ideal for gaining access to closed data storage systems. Above ground, that is.
Microcamera - Compact camera, with a manual zoom facility. Perfect for spying...
Datathief - A high speed, high density, data copying device. Can break through nearly all protective measures.
Plastique - A shaped-charge plastic explosive with a timer setting.
Watch Laser - Q Branch standard issue cutting laser. Limited life span means Bond will have to work fast.
Watch Magnet - A miniature electromagnet. Only a few uses before charge is drained completely.

Game Over
Too many hits from unfriendly fire could prove fatal. It will also mean game over. If this happens, you will return to the Background screen where you will have another crack at the mission. Make sure to pick up the body armour. While the body armour won't make you invincible, it could give you the protection you need to complete a mission.

Friends, Enemies and Villains
Friends: Natalya Simonova - A computer programmer based at Severnaya, she is the only survivor of the terrorist raid.
Valentin Zukovsky - A former enemy of Bond, he has become a black market trader in arms and information in the new Russia.
006, Alec Trevelyan - A fellow 00 Agent, Bond trusts his life to Alec Trevelyan.
Defence Minister Mishkin - A patriotic member of the Politburo.
Enemies: Janus - The shadowy leader of the Janus Syndicate.
Xenia Onatopp - A Janus lieutenant, she is a hotshot pilot and a crack killer who enjoys her work.
General Arkady Ourumov - A traitorous Soviet officer, in league with the Janus Syndicate.
Boris Grishenko - The programming genius behind the main systems of the GoldenEye satellite who sells out to Janus.
Other Villains: Try and find these four villains!
Jaws - An arch villain, eight feet tall and virtually indestructible. Avoid at all costs.
Mayday - A slim target with a sharp draw. A lethal adversary.
Baron Samedi - His countrymen fear his skill in the black arts, but he's equally at home with more conventional weaponry.
Oddjob - A diminutive villain sporting a bowler hat. He's small and deadly.

Multi-Player Game
On the Main Menu, move the Target Icon to the desired game file, then press Start, the A or Z Button. Use the Target Icon to highlight 'Multiplayer' then press Start, the A or Z Button.
Options - Use the Control Stick to toggle between options. To change settings, press the A Button (press the B Button to cancel). When you're ready to play, press Start.
Players - Up to four players may play.
Scenario - The eight different game scenarios are as follows: 1) Normal - Standard competitive mode.
2) You Only Live Twice - Each player lives twice. The last player alive wins.
3) The Living Daylights (Flag Tag) - Whoever has the flag longest is the winner. When carrying the flag, no objects can be collected or used.
4) The Man With the Golden Gun - Whoever has the Golden Gun can defeat enemies in a single shot.
5) Licence to Kill - Every hit is fatal.
6) Team: 2 vs. 2
7) Team: 3 vs. 1
8) Team: 2 vs. 1
Level - Play in one of the several different arenas.
Game Length - Play for time (10 to 20 minute time limit), score (first player to 5, 10 or 20 points) or the thrill of the kill.
Characters - There are many different characters available. Can you find them all?
Weapons - Choose from an assortment of weapons.
Health - To make the game more even, adjust the health level of one or all four players. Veteran players can select a lower health level to make the game more interesting. Novice players should select a higher health level.

Tips for Success
- Some weapons that normally fire a short burst of bullets will fire a single shot when using the aim. The single shot will be more accurate than a burst because the weapon's recoil spoils your aim when you fire continuously.
- Throwing knives can be thrown more quickly if you prepare yourself.
- Some of the high-power weapons are able to shoot through objects including doors.
- Leaning is ideal when under heavy fire. Stand behind a corner or column, then lean out left or right and fire off a few rounds.
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