Mag-Rail (GoldenEye - Rogue Agent)

The Mag-Rail railgun, as seen in the 2004 video game GoldenEye: Rogue Agent.

The Mag-Rail is a fictional handheld electromagnetic projectile launcher which appears in Electronic Arts' 2004 James Bond spin-off video game GoldenEye: Rogue Agent. The by-product of space weapon research, the Mag-Rail uses a superconductive magnetic field to launch a depleted uranium rail which can penetrate walls, obstacles and enemy personnel.[1] A powerful weapon that can kill enemies with one-shot, the Mag-Rail's primary drawback is a slow rate of fire. In addition, the priming time prior to each shot makes it difficult to hit moving targets. The weapon has a clip size of 4 rounds (5 in multiplayer) and the player can carry up to a maximum of 16 rounds in addition to the active clip (15 in multiplayer).[2]



  1. (2004) GoldenEye: Rogue Agent Instruction Booklet. Electronic Arts, p.10. 
  2. Goldeneye: Rogue Agent: Official Strategy Guide (Prima's Official Strategy Guides), Prima Games, 26 November 2004, p.157

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