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It’s late 2013 and I have finally taken a chance on Perfect Dark. …why did I take so long:(? Really why ?!!!! This game absolutely blows Golden Eye 007 out of the water and this is coming from a long time Golden Eye fan. This game has endless fun with so much unlockable content. Just when you think you’ve unlocked all there is to see, there is still more and more. So do some research and unlock all the unlockables so you can get the most out of the multi-player experience(although just a partial unlocking is amazing enough). The multi-player is why you play this game and it’s absolutely flawless. At any point you want to play you can, as there are computer simulants(Up to 8 sims on screen) to take you on. They are a million times smarter than the Golden Eye AI. You can customize your computer simulants from difficulty, behavior, and even to appearance. Difficulty levels range from meat(easy) to perfect. You can also customize each team color and name. It’s almost 2014 and i can easily say i will be playing this well into 2024. Yes it’s that good and never dull. I just wish i had played this game much-much sooner. Don’t hesitate or have any doubts about this game because this game is the complete deal. If it would have been on the ps2 or xbox, it would have been hyped as the greatest game of all time and there would be no Halo. Halo basically stole many of their ideas from Perfect Dark, but it still doesn’t come close to Perfect Dark’s greatness. Get PF and experience this truly amazing game. I did not expect this game to be this good, but it exceeded my expectations. Sometimes the amazon ratings can be misleading, but not the positive ratings for this game. They are all true and you can trust them with full confidence. Check it out!
Product Description This is the game Nintendo 64 fans have waited for. Nearly three years after the uncloaking of super spy action-adventure GoldenEye 007, developer extraordinaire Rare introduces futuristic special operative Joanna Dark, a.k.a. Perfect. In Perfect Dark, players are sent on a fast-paced adventure from downtown Chicago skyscrapers to underground labs to undersea wrecks of otherworldly origins. Naturally, the storyline weaves a complex web of conspiracy, hidden agendas, and megalomaniac corporate leaders with deep underground (and off-world) ties. As spy-game fans expect, unraveling the plot and disposing of the baddies require a grab bag of hi-tech gadgets and special weapons–especially given the game’s tougher and smarter enemies. Perfect Dark features Dolby surround sound, widescreen compatibility, and–as expected–stunning special effects, including dynamic lighting, chest-thumping explosions and realistic smoke, dust and steam clouds. Characters are lifelike thanks to motion-captured animations and beautifully rendered 3-D models. Perfect Dark’s multiplayer features are impressive. As in GoldenEye 007, up to four players can deathmatch in up to 20 different arenas. But that’s just the start of the fun. The inclusion of up to eight computer-controlled opponents (“bots”) adds an original component to the frag-fest. Humans can team with or against bots and even command a bot teammate to target specific opponents. Numerous original games, such as King of the Hill, offer so many variations that you just might forget that an engrossing single-player experience lies at the heart of the game. Special note: The gameplay and graphics are greatly enhanced with the extra memory boost provided by the N64 Expansion Pak. The main single- player missions and multiplayer enhancements (three- or four-player games, as opposed to two-player games without the Pak, and other options) are only available with the N64 Expansion Pak (not included). If you own Donkey Kong 64, you received a Pak bundled in with the game. Others must purchase an expansion RAM Pak separately, a highly recommended option. –Eric Twelker A first-person shooter that mixes spy and sci-fi, Perfect Dark is both a thoroughly engrossing one-player experience and a riotously fun multiplayer romp. Easily one of the best games of its genre on any video game console, this long-awaited follow-up to GoldenEye 007 is a must-have for Nintendo 64 owners–and a damn good reason to be one if you’re not. The futuristic Perfect Dark casts players as Joanna Dark, a secret agent who becomes embroiled in a sinister conspiracy involving aliens and an evil corporation. Gameplay is broken down into missions, each with objectives that must be unerringly completed before progressing to the next mission. This is not your typical kill-anything-that-moves game: putting a bullet in the wrong person, not keeping the right one alive, or perforating a seemingly unimportant inanimate object can often result in mission failure. While Perfect Dark’s solo missions play out much like those in GoldenEye 007, the game’s fantastic multiplayer options are another matter entirely. Cooperative and counteroperative simultaneous-play modes allow for another player to join in on a mission as, respectively, a teammate or the enemy. However, the real fun here is in the highly customizable Combat Simulator, a one-to-four-player simultaneous-play mode that features both free-for-alls and team-based challenges and can include up to eight Simulants, computer-controlled combatants of varying behavior. Although Simulants make for decent adversaries or teammates, you’ll want to grab a friend–and an Expansion Pak, as only 35 percent of the game is available without one–to fully enjoy Perfect Dark. –Joe Hon Pros: One of the best first-person shooters on any video game console Outstanding multiplayer game with huge replay value Bevy of game options, cheats, and secret features Excellent training mode with challenges all of its own Cons: Graphics get ugly when playing with more than two players See all Product description
Perfect Dark Review
its an ok game but i don’t really know hoe to do the mission mode. like i can only do the challenges. -Read Reviews-
Just got this 1st cib. My copy looked nice and plays well. Fun game. Easy to get lost, 1st time though a level will take about 30 mininuts. Enjoying myself, defult control was weird, but 1,3 i think feels normal. Clunky controls work pretty well and not really a con, 1st person games back then were all ways a little clunky. Cib is pretty cheap so go buy a copy. Also you need the expansion pack to play, without you can only use some of the multiplayer modes.