Bond is in the air as fans are recreating their own versions of the series hit video game. In February, Michael Green and his team at TheDangerousBrew created a short film of a real-life match from the popular N64 game "GoldenEye". Watch as the guys battle it out in the abounded warehouse using sticky grenades, pistols, and even the colored paint splotches for bullet holes. The Dangerous Brew team are popularly known for making VFX and action films on YouTube.
Today, Brian Fisher and his crew from The Warp Zone are bringing back their "Video Games in Real Life" series. In this reenactment of "GoldenEye", The Warp Zone accurately use the characters (Bond, Boris, Jaws, Treveyan), camera angles, music and sounds from the game. The short video also features a humorous take on the hand-to-hand combat with an ending we all have experienced at least once. You can visit their YouTube channel for more videos or their Facebook for updates on what they're doing next.
via [ Kotaku ]