SharpShot: Be the man with the golden Wii gun

If you've ever been tempted to follow in the footsteps of James Bond nemesis Scaramanga and tote one of the most coveted Bond weapons of all time, now you can (sort of).

gold-edition SharpShot for Wii
DreamGear

I was around 13 when one of the most beloved video games of the '90s, GoldenEye 007 for the Nintendo 64, came out. It was incredible to fire up the multiplayer death match with my buds and crush pizza and six packs of Dr. Pepper.

SharpShooter from back
DreamGear

Earlier this year at E3, Activision announced that GoldenEye 007 was headed to the Nintendo Wii. Fans rejoiced. With the game available as of today, many people are eyeing gun attachments for their Wii remotes, especially since the game is compatible with the Wii Zapper and other Wii controller gun accessories.

If you've ever been tempted to follow in the footsteps of James Bond nemesis Scaramanga and tote one of the most coveted Bond weapons of all time, now you can, except DreamGear's shiny gold-edition SharpShot for Wii has dual triggers and is compatible with Wii MotionPlus. (Unfortunately, miniature assistant Nick Nack is not included).

The gold-edition SharpShot for Wii can be found online for $24.99 (also in silver), and is not an official Bond accessory by any means. Still, I think it gives the bearer major panache and offers yet another alternative to the Nintendo Wii Zapper.

Nintendo is also selling a GoldenEye 007 game bundle that includes a limited-edition gold Wii Classic Controller Pro.

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