Pretty cool, this is 11.5 years ago so 007: Goldeneye was made just 10 years or so prior and I dare say many people were still using N64s, PS1s, meanwhile XBOX was still quite new. First-person shooters have certainly come a long way, now we have stuff like Red Orchestra II, Rising Storm, and Rising Storm II Vietnam which have bullet drop, adjustable sights, realistic recoil, individual mags instead of an ammo pool, and so on and so forth. Hell, pretty sure even Call of Duty 2 was top of the line at that point. Anyways, well done.
Solid 4 stars in my opinion, all things considered, though if someone were to make something like this nowadays when we don't need to record on potatoes and can use different apps or programs to provide some basic special effects, I'd rate it substantially lower. There's value in this vid because in an odd way it sort of reflects the state of first-person shooters back in the day, in fact I'm surprised there were no 'health packs' that provide instant health when touched or activated. Interesting glimpse into the recent past.