"biggest and best GoldenEye yet."
Eurocom is also handling the next-gen HD GoldenEye remake, which runs at 60 frames a second. It also supports PlayStation Move, but not Kinect.
"We are beyond ecstatic to debut 'GoldenEye 007: Reloaded' to the millions of fans who have been clamoring for it to arrive on Sony and Microsoft home consoles," said Activision Publishing's David Oxford. "And now with full PlayStation Move functionality, 007 fans all around the world can play the game in full HD in more ways than ever before."
GoldenEye 007: Reloaded released last year on Nintendo Wii and retells the classic James Bond story with Daniel Craig in place of Pierce Brosnan 007.
"Promising to be one of the most immersive and interactive Bond games to date, this is an outstanding opportunity for PlayStation fans to experience one of the most iconic and action-packed shooters in an all new way with PlayStation Move and the Sharp Shooter peripheral," said Rob Dyer, Senior Vice President, SCEA.
"By bringing together 'GoldenEye 007: Reloaded', and PlayStation Move's Sharp Shooter, we are continuing to expand the new world of motion-based entertainment appealing for hardcore fans and only possible on PlayStation."
'GoldenEye 007: Reloaded' features "HD visuals and realistic environments running at 60-frames per second, akin to today's elite action games."
Also part of the package are 'Mi6 Ops Missions' which offer "new, distinct levels separate from the campaign that span the varied environments from the story and challenge players to complete different Assault, Elimination, Stealth and Defense objectives."
It improves GoldenEye multiplayer, "maintaining and improving its renowned four-player split-screen action and adding full, adrenaline-pumping 16-player online matches with more maps, weapons, characters and game modes than ever before."
GoldenEye 007: Reloaded releases on Xbox 360 and PS3 this fall.