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Activision GoldenEye game due in November

E3 reveal expected for Wii and DS title

Activision is working on a new GoldenEye game for the Wii and DS, to be released this November.

That's according to our sister site Eurogamer.net, which expects the title to be shown at E3 this year.

The report suggests the game may be a remake of the fondly-remembered Nintendo 64 game, originally developed by Rare, with the new title in development at the UK's Eurocom and US-based n-Space.

Activision has already registered a number of domain names derived from the original James Bond game, and a survey this week has also been gauging gamers interest in a possible remake, according to VG247.

Activision's other 007 game is in development at Bizarre Creations, James Bond: Bloodstone, and is an action racing game for multiple formats.

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