A member of Kotaku forums, WireX, made a full dump of the new Goldeneye 007 and discovered the (reportedly) only three unlockable codes for the game.
Note that these are not "cheats" in the typical sense of the word. True to old school Goldeneye64, these codes unlock separate game mode modifiers for you to enjoy bashing your friend's heads in with. They do not provide an unfair advantage to anyone.An intrepid Kotaku reader found three working cheat codes for GoldenEye 007 on the Wii, but, so far, we only know what two of them do. Update: The third unlocks Big Head mode (pictured) in local multiplayer.
WireX, the reader, dumped the data out of the main executable file and found three codes, which must be entered case sensitive. They are:
NotIt!!!11 - Unlocks Tag in Multiplayer Split-Screen (see under Modifiers. Requires three or more players.)
Inv1s1bleEv3ryth1ng - Unlocks Invisibility Mode in Multiplayer Split-Screen (also under Modifiers. Invisibility is activated in lieu of sprint by holding B).
<477MYFR13NDS4R3SP13S> - This code is accepted, but what does it do? It activates Big Head Mode in Local Multiplayer. There is no toggle in the local multiplayer modifiers, the only way to switch it off is to reset the defaults; the only way to switch it on is to re-enter the code.
That final discovery comes from reader Stripeless just now (he supplied the screengrab at the top). I went back-and-forth with him on it, doubting him until I saw it for myself on my console. I'm not sure why I didn't see this earlier, as I did go into local multiplayer to look for skins and such. The surest way is to see it is to enter the code and then go into a two-person Conflict multiplayer match, changing nothing.
This is interesting because Eurocom said there would be no big head - or "DK" as it was known on the Nintendo 64, because it gave characters the body proportions of Donkey Kong.
Anyway, there you have it. WireX said these were the only three cheats he could find in the data dump, so this may be it. But who can tell? Big thanks to him and to Stripeless.
Last edited by Ithian; 11-14-2010 at 09:17 PM.
"I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing
Nice, I remember big head mode! I played this game on the n64 the other day...things have changed so much.
I know most people prefer the control stick aiming in FPS's but the pointer aiming is much better in my opinion. Changes the feel of the game completley. I love seeing my friends that play X-box or PS3 fail when trying to play the wii version!
Last edited by Krank; 11-14-2010 at 10:05 PM.
Damn I suck!!!!
I love using the zapper in Goldeneye. It took a few levels and some tweaking to get the hang of it, but now that I have my aim is much more accurate. Plus it just helps me get more into the game.
Soon I want to dig out the 64 and plug the old Goldeneye in. That game was "teh awesomez."
I haven't tried the zapper yet, I used the classic controller pro.
I did try the zapper with The Conduit, that was alot better than using the Wiimote and nunchuck.
It does get you into the game more (I don't use the zapper though)....after playing COD the Goldeneye controls feel awkward now. I might have to change my vote to Black Ops even though I like the story in Goldeneye better.
I do like how it resembles the classic game though.
Damn I suck!!!!
I'm not sure if he put them up yet (he probably did but I can't seem to find the guide) but I gave emuhack some tweaks for Goldeneye. Some guy on Gamespot forums posted them up to make Goldeneye feel more like COD:WaW. I've been using them for most of the game now and they feel great. Really opens it up.
Let me know if you don't find it I'll msg it to you.
You sent it to me as well Also, stomp posted about it. I will try it out...forgot about it until now.
Damn I suck!!!!
Oh yeah that's right. Boy that fail just keeps smacking me in the face lol. Well anyways try em out when you get a chance. They're worth it.
Bump coming your way Stomp.