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Developer Rare's anticipated first-person follow-up to GoldenEye 007 thrusts gamers into a futuristic world run by an evil corporation called dataDyne. As a field agent for the benevolent Carrington Institute, Joanna Dark is sent to investigate the troubling actions of dataDyne in a series of missions that begins with a mysterious kidnapping and culminates in an intergalactic conflict between two alien races.

Joanna's first case involves protecting one of dataDyne's whistle-blowing scientists, who contacted the Carrington Institute for help. Joanna must infiltrate the corporation, find and rescue the frightened doctor, and make it back in one piece. Thus begins the single-player campaign, which features nine missions spanning 17 levels. Dark will equip a number of advanced weapons and powerful gadgets while advancing through otherworldly locales inspired by Blade Runner and other sci-fi films. Perhaps the most notable weapon in Perfect Dark's arsenal is the FarSight XR 20, a gun that allows you to "see" opponents through walls or barriers.

Perfect Dark also features an array of multiplayer options. Four-player deathmatch, king of the hill, and capture-the-flag variants are included, with the ability to add computer-controlled "simulants" as either friends or foes. "Co-Operative" mode lets two friends progress through the story together, while the "Counter-Operative" mode has one player guiding Joanna Dark as the other controls an enemy. The rival player can assume control of random enemy characters until Dark is defeated or the level is complete. "Challenge Mode" offers 30 scenarios that will have you gunning for simulants under a variety of conditions. Up to four players can play this mode, and each contest can be played up to four times (with one, two, three, and four participants).


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PublisherNintendo
GamePerfect Dark
MPN045496870515
UPC045496870515

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PlatformNintendo 64

Tech Details
ESRB DescriptorAnimated Blood, Animated Violence
Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
Number of Players1-4
Release Year2000
Game Special Features
  • Features 17 levels playable on three difficulty settings, each offering new objectives

  • Master over 40 weapons and gadgets

  • Requires the Expansion Pak accessory for full multiplayer options


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    Created: 07/03/06

    Gaming Perfected.

    A strangely little-known fact is that Perfect Dark is in actually a pseudo-sequel to the significantly more popular GoldenEye 64. So if you liked that game, you can pretty much stop reading now and purchase PD (Perfect Dark) without worry--it's every bit as excellent as that title.

    STORY
    This game actually has one of the most compelling storylines to grace the Nintendo 64, not particularly for its originality, which is maybe arguably cliché at times, but mostly for its delivery and superb fit for a first-person shooter. The story will keep you guessing and leave you starving for more. The characters are well developed and all bring something significant to the game in terms of value.

    CONTROL
    The control scheme in GoldenEye was so well-executed that Rare--the company that developed PD and GE (GoldenEye)--decided not to fix what wasn't broken. PD has amazingly fluent control for a FPS which uses only one analog stick. The C-buttons strafe and look vertically so you don't have to worry about firing in one direction and running in another much less standing still in order to aim--which you can still do with the R-button. Overall, the control scheme is responsive and intuitive.

    GAMEPLAY
    PD has plenty of missions to play through and each is rife with novel enemies and multiple tasks required to accomplish each mission so the duration of every level is decent, and in some cases pleasantly lengthy. PD's presentation is so rich in production value that even the longer levels leave you euphoric. However, downright frustration results from the AI. PD houses some of the most lethal simulated opponents known to gamers. Most of these are reserved for the Combat Simulator--which is the multiplayer section detailed below--but the foes you face on the highest difficulty setting, Perfect Agent are ruthless. There three difficulty settings. The first two, Agent and Special Agent, are your standard Easy and Medium difficulty levels.

    MULTIPLAYER
    PD has one of the best multiplayer modes on any console. The sheer amount of customizable options is enough to induce salivation. Everything is customizable from the individual weapons to characters, simulants, game-type, teams and maps. Matches support up to eight simulants and four human players. This is in fact the only time when PD is noticeably "ugly." The frame rate dips drastically at times when all the combatants are in the same room and/or using a hefty amount of explosives. This dramatically disturbs the experience as the gameplay is too choppy for any real accuracy of control. However, even with the frame rate issue, these huge battles are still fun. Co-op mode is also a welcome addition and is a great alternative for two-players looking for more than the standard death match.

    REPLAY VALUE
    PD has an above average amount of unlockable content and extends its replay value tremendously as a result. Because both the multiplayer and single-player are so well-done, PD is a solid title for lasting value.

    THE GOOD: The brilliance of the single player mode and the nearly perfect multiplayer mode launch PD into the stratosphere of gaming excellence.

    THE BAD: Difficulty is sometimes frustratingly robust.

    THE UGLY: Multiplayer matches heavy on combatants or explosive weaponry kill the frame rate.

    LENGTH: 5/5
    STORY: 5/5
    GAMEPLAY: 5/5
    CONTROL: 5/5
    REPLAY: 5/5
    OVERALL: 5/5

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    Created: 03/07/09

    PERFECT Dark

    Do I even need to review this game? The game pretty much reviewed itself. The title of the game says it all. Perfect Dark. I have nothing bad to say.

    First off, the single player campaign is awesome. The cut scenes are great, the story is great, the action is great, sometimes you sneak around and other times you blast your way through.

    The combat simulator is awesome too. You get to make a profile and customize what your character looks like. You also get to choose from many maps, game types and what weapons are on the map. There are tons of weapons to choose from. I guess my only problem with the game is the remote mines. Even when the CPU simulants are on the hardest difficulty, they won't blow up the remote mines they throw. Oh well. The simulator also keeps track of a lot of stats, like kills, deaths, accuracy, wins, etc. Also, you get to rank up as you play more games, kill more people and win games. I'm not sure what the formula is for ranking up, but it happens.

    You can also go to a shooting range and some crazy simulator. By performing tasks in each, you can unlock new stuff for the combat simulator. There is a ton of stuff to unlock and just the shooting range can keep you busy for hours.

    This was an awesome game back when it was released and it's an awesome game to play today. It still ranks up in my top 5 shooters of all time. What's my other 4? Maybe I'll do that review at some point.

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    Created: 07/19/08

    From the people who brought you the original Golden Eye

    This game was made by the same company that made the infamous Golden Eye 64, a game which is hailed as giving new life to the first person shooter genre, and the first successful attempt at making a good 3d first person shooter.

    This game expands on the golden eye formula using the same engine, and control system, so if anything perfect dark feels alot like golden eye 2.

    The story is rather interesting, if not a bit cliche at times, but hey you're not playing this game just for a story right?

    Lets get into the fun part of the game. The weaponry and gadgets. There are plenty of great weapons and gadgets, but one of the more famous tools in the game is the laptop gun. From the outside it looks like a typical laptop, but the secret it holds is that its a machine gun that you can use in your hand, or deploy as an automated turret that'll take out anyone that is unfortunate to walk by.

    The multiplayer is alot of fun, and if you liked playing goldeneye's multiplayer, this game is definitely for you. It borrows very heavily from golden eye, and expands on it with new types of weapons, game modes, and environments. The one part that I have found to be annoying is when you take alot of damage, your vision goes very blurry, and distorted, but only for a few seconds.

    If you have an n64, and don't have this game, I highly recomend it, it is well made, and gives you alot of options as far as things to do. The story mode is fun, the multiplayer rocks. Definitely grab this if you're even the slightest bit interested.

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    Created: 04/08/12

    The title says it all, perfect.

    Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

    A spiritual sequel to Goldeneye 007 for n64, Perfect Dark is an excellent n64 game to play.
    I recommend playing Goldeneye first before Perfect Dark, however you can skip right to Perfect Dark if you have no interest in the James Bond franchise. Perfect Dark, like Goldeneye, has one of the best multiplayer fps setups of its time. Perfect Dark has improved AI and even the ability to add computers in multiplayer maps.
    Unlike its spritual predecessor, Perfect Dark has a Co-Op campaign mode, which I highly recommend others try it out with a friend.
    Along with multiplayer, single player, and co-op, there are also challenges in which the player can hone their skills at each weapon in the game. Each weapon also has two different settings/modes, doubling the number of unique weapons in the game.
    The games art, music, and sound effects are perfect! I still go back to play this game years later.
    There are few glitches in the game, but most of them are too complicated to perform for the average player to run into them.

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    Created: 10/10/09

    Perfect Dark

    I usually hate first person shooters, but I am utterly addicted to this game. A storyline that pulls you in and keeps you playing from the first sentence, with awsome graphics for the time, and on up to the PS2, and a wonderful game play.

    The replay value is what I love the most about this game. The many options in the combat simulator can make you feel like you are never playing the same game twice, and if you find a scenario you love, save the settings and play it over and over! And up to four players adds all the more depth and detail. A stroke of genius in the counter and co op play modes!

    This game is perfect, snf suited to almost anyone! I spent many an hour taking my frustrations out on the world in this game!

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