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Yesterday, I was playing the wonderful Goldeneye, for the n64 with a few friends. We ended up playing a match, first to 10 kills.

I won the match by going 10 (kills) and 2 (deaths). At the end screen, it shows the watch with some stats about who killed who and two descriptive statements about how you played.

I ended up with 'Most Honorable' and 'Longest Innings'. Besides 'Longest innings', how are those descriptive statements determined? I thought I did pretty well...

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Your title says Dishonorable, your question says Honorable... – James Mar 23 '12 at 22:04
Thank you @Resorath for the fix. – Zero Stack Mar 23 '12 at 22:12
+1 for awesome nostalgia. – EBongo Mar 23 '12 at 22:34
up vote 9 down vote accepted

Honorable and Dishonorable are related to how often you shoot players in the back. They aren't a measure of how many kills or deaths you got.

Double Kill If you manage to kill two players at one time.

Triple Kill Self-explanatory--kill three at once.

Quadruple Kill Smooth move, you killed everybody.

AC-10 When you get all the body armor.

Most Deadly For the most kills, generally going to the best player.

Most Honorable Plays fair and doesn't shoot in the back much.

Most Professional No fooling around, mostly head shots, etc.

Marksmanship Award For being on the mark the best.

Longest Innings The one who stays alive the longest.

Most Cowardly When you run away and hide a lot.

Most Dishonorable Shooting people in the back.

Most Frantic Running all over the place in chaos.

Mostly Harmless Hardly kills anyone.

Where's The Armor? Didn't find any armor.

Where's The Ammo? Got hardly any ammo.

Shortest Innings The one who stays alive the shortest.

Lemming Award For the player with the most suicides.


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Source seems to be dead; here's a page with more descriptions: – congusbongus Oct 29 '14 at 23:50

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