If you owned the classic Nintendo 64 console chances are you spent a lot of time in the shooter GoldenEye 007. A home modder, William Kjellgren, has now recreated one of the best-loved maps from the game. The Facility has been partially rebuilt in the game engine from Far Cry 3.

While it seems Kjellgren lost his love for rebuilding the map by the time he finished, he didn't skimp on accuracy. I could still remember where every bad guy was who, staying true to the original game's enemy intelligence, was usually looking at a wall. Add to that the original N64 music and it is enough to give any 007 fan chills.

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[via Kotaku]