10 Features You Didn't Know Were Cut From Classic Video Games
10. GoldenEye 007 Would Have Let You Play As Four Different James Bonds
GoldenEye 007 (the N64 classic, not the inferior-but-still-better-than-expected Wii version) was famous in part for its cheat menu options like Paintball Mode and DK Mode, but there was one feature that was sadly cut before the game was finished: All Bonds Mode.
All Bonds Mode would have unlocked the versions of James Bond played by Sean Connery, Roger Moore, and Timothy Dalton, for use in multiplayer deathmatches - in addition to the default Pierce Brosnan version.
Each character would have featured the actor's real likeness and signature attire worn by them as Bond, though it's unknown whether Connery's version would've included his trademark old-timey sexism.
Unfortunately, the fun of playing as three highly-respected Bond actors (and Timothy Dalton) was outweighed by legal concerns - namely, that you kinda have to pay people if you want to use their faces in video games.
Before Rare removed this feature, the dev team had one final first-to-100 deathmatch featuring all four Bonds, which the Roger Moore version won by a single point. Be sure to bring that up the next time you hear a debate about who the best 007 was - it's been settled with video game science.