for Wii might be the big draw, but fans shouldn't forget about the DS version developed by n-Space. Over at their Facebook page they have a link
for new screenshots and a detailed, expanded version of the game's manual. I looked through it and in its own way GoldenEye DS looks just as big as its Wii brother, with an in-depth story mode, unlockable cheats and a multiplayer filled with tons of options and achievements.
n-Space is essentially the premier 3rd party developer on the DS, having made the last three Call of Duty titles on the platform. They can push the DS in some impressive ways, and GoldenEye looks like their most ambitious FPS yet. Hopefully I'll get my hands on a copy later this week, I'm eager to put this game through its paces and do a full review.