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Perfect Dark Zero Limited Collector's Edition (Xbox 360)

by Microsoft
Xbox 360
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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  • Engrossing single-player action
  • Gripping, action-packed story line
  • Unparalleled online play via Xbox Live--supporting upward of 50 players online, with tournaments, rankings and more
  • Story-driven single-player campaign
  • Various multiplayer options including four-player split screen and cooperative action for infinite replayability
  • Massive arsenal of weapons, gadgets and vehicles
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B000BAMIB8
  • Item Weight: 68 g
  • Release Date: 2 Dec 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,684 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

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In a nutshell:
Her name’s Dark, Jo Dark. And this is the story of how England’s female super agent became who she is, from humble beginnings as gun-for-hire to premier league spy. When a straightforward corporate snatch mission leads to a global conspiracy, Joanna Dark and her father get sucked into a world conflict invisible to the public setting Jo on her path to becoming a Perfect Agent.

The lowdown:
Yes, you’ll get to shoot a lot of bad guys with weapons ranging from good old sniper rifles to silenced weapons to the RCP-90, nostalgic automatic weapon of choice for fans of Nintendo 64 classic Goldeneye, also from British developer Rare. Although the graphics aren’t looking as impressive as some other Xbox 360 launch titles, you have to try it to appreciate its subtlety – Perfect Dark feels great to play.

Most exciting moment:
Co-operative modes are becoming increasingly commonplace, but Perfect Dark takes things to the next level by introducing a new character and often wholly separate paths through the game’s intricately constructed maps.

Since you ask:
After creating masterpieces from Goldeneye to platform game legend Banjo Kazooie in partnership with Nintendo, developer Rare was snapped up by Microsoft to work exclusively on Xbox.

The bottom line:
Shaping up to be the shining star of Xbox 360’s launch line-up.
Nick Gillett

Not impressed with the line: "Excuse me, I think I dropped something! My jaw!! (She was a computer character and couldn't understand) The aliens abandoned genocide. They were terrified of Joanna's magic torch
X-ray vision failed to live up to adolescent fantasies The infinitely more saucy "Ready Brek" vision

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Good Start 28 Dec 2005
Right. I was expecting great things of the 360, and this doesnt disappoint. All the people criticising the console have fair points i think. The game certainly isnt as much of a revolution as we would have liked, and nowhere near as impressive as the N64 version. It has graphical slowdown, which i didn't expect from the 360, seen as the gamecube could handle such a beautiful game as metroid prime and that console wasn't even as powerful as the original xbox. The feel of the game could be a little too 'arcadey' for some, and it does remind me of timesplitters.
But. And this is a large but (no pun intended). This is a LAUNCH game. People haven't even known about the console for a year, and rare must have pushed the development of this game a lot. The xbox 360 has great things on the way, and many games to come will use the 360's power much more efficiently with more development time for the games. And anyway, i like timesplitters! The timesplitters series was great, and who cares if Perfect Dark feels like them. The only gripes that i cannot get around are:
#1 the fact that even on the easiest difficulty you can empty a whole clip of 18 bullets into a stupid grunt enemy, not even a bigger grunt with a better weapon, but the lowest of the low, and they still don't fall to the floor, but keep on shooting at you.
#2 The difficulty isnt constant. You would expect that the difficulty would remain true throughout the levels, maybe becoming slightly harder towards the end of the game. But it isnt. Some of the later levels are easier than the earlier levels on the same difficulty level. I have done the final boss on Perfect Agent setting, but struggled with either the 10th or 11th level on Secret Agent.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not a Halo but close 27 Jan 2006
Good game. I love the multiplayer. Bots are always fun and Xbox live is always something to do.
The single player is pretty average. Standard Story line. If you play it in coop though its very exciting. As long as your partner is NOT one of them serious types.
I recommend it greatly for a starting game to the next generation console.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars almost as good as halo! 10 Feb 2006
Perfect Dark Zero is an immense FPS with amazing graphics and a huge arsenal of weapons in multiplayer. Single player is immense although some missions are a little irritating. One reason that single player is irritating is the fact that if you complete the extra missions then die you're happy to see that you're not to far back but the you look at your d-pal and you find out that the extra missions are not complete anymore. But thats not too bad because you probably won't be killed that often. The story is good and easy to follow with a briefing at the start of each mission. You can also try the missions on co-op with your friend at you're house or on xbox live.
Multi-player is absolutely amazing especially on xbox live. You can have a match on deathmatch or a dark-ops game. Deathmatch being you're normal deathmatch, team-deathmatch, capture the flag and you're other basics, good for some original gaming. But dark-ops is different as well as different, amazing. There are settings like Infection which is my favourite. In infections say there are 10 people around 3 would be infected the others obviously non-infected. The infected have to kill non-infected people, if succeeding the one they killed would then become infected. There are 3 other dark-ops but i'll let you try those out. The great thing about dark-ops games is that at the beginning of each round/match you can purchase your own weapons to fight. Killing and winning will get you more cash. But if you're infected in infection you will not get to buy weapons you will just get a falcon you're only chance being a headshot or ambush someone with lots of infected. Non-infected will however get to buy weapons. Another great thing is guest privileges on live.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Perfect? Dark Zero 31 Mar 2006
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I bought PDZ as my first game for my xbox 360, and it was good, but not as good as it should have been, i was expecting another goldeneye (or another perfect dark). On Hard modes the game often gets irritating due to the jump back to the beggining or middle of the level when you die, which on this game, is a long way. The AI are not as clever as you would expect from a next generation game. You can often find them, on missions, standing in the middle of a room getting shot to peices (which will cause you to fail your mission). Your AI ally will also run into your line of fire, right when you are about to blindly massacre an entire room. You don't expect to have to pamper some of the best agents the world has ever seen. The graphics are very, very impressive though, that's a good enough reason to keep playing it, very shiny walls and objects, tarmac looks like a photo, body armour flying off, x-ray vision, threat dectector mode and night vision all look very cool, smart and realistic. The weapons are some of the best on any game i've played, lots of them and looking good, I love each and every one of them, awesome noises and a very clever tertiary and secondary mode/fire. The scenery is very very realistic.The physics can sometimes come up with movie like deaths, but most of the time you freeze, and hover above the floor horizontally for a few seconds, doesn't affect gameplay. It has an immense and addictive soundtrack which can give a fast feel, destructive feel, sneaky feel, or most of the time - a Chinese feel, they are all atmouspheric though and change depending whether you are in combat or not. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars perfect dark zero
The product i have purchased is everything i expected it to be and compliant with the advertisement relating to the goods being sold.
Published 1 month ago by mr darren j spencer
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect Dark Zero Limited Collector's Edition
I brought this for my friend for Christmas and she said it was really good, and really enjoyed the game
Published 2 months ago by Miss K. Penfold
1.0 out of 5 stars Joanna Dork
A buggy (random male NPCs have female voices and vice-versa and chracters get stuck in scenery) and graphically messy (horizontal tearing, water that seems to run uphill) and weak... Read more
Published 7 months ago by Old golfers never die, they just buy rubbish golf games...
4.0 out of 5 stars Great but i am rubbish
Love the graphics and enjoy playing it. I am not a good gamer though so i just like playing for fun etc. Great buy would recommend this to anyone
Published on 12 Nov 2010 by bumbleblue
2.0 out of 5 stars Good, Bad, but not quite Ugly
I'll make this quick.

Fun in Co-op.
Doesn't look bad for an early 360 game.
decent weapons that aren't too similar to each other. Read more
Published on 10 Sep 2009 by S. Hickman
5.0 out of 5 stars Under-rated gem
Fantastic multiplayer will keep you playing for months

Really varied single player (including split screen co-op and co-op over live).
Published on 10 Jan 2008 by FPSfan
4.0 out of 5 stars Totally Awesome
Yea this game is wicked in loads of ways! Campaign is fun and challenging, and deathmaches are awesome with the levels and the variants - even if you don't have XBOX Live. Read more
Published on 4 Sep 2007 by SurfyZack
3.0 out of 5 stars A travesty to the original
This game is terrible, and only got away with it because it was a launch title.

I once heard this game was originally designed with the Gamecube in mind but that was... Read more
Published on 5 July 2007 by Happy_Shopper
3.0 out of 5 stars Perfect Dark Zeero
Perfect Dark Zero is set before the original Perfect Dark which explains most of my questions when blasting through the game. Read more
Published on 31 May 2007 by O. Grover
2.0 out of 5 stars poor, let us play our way, give us choice and freedom.
Oh dear. Why did Microsoft spend so much money on rare? if this game is anything to go by it was a poor investment. Read more
Published on 8 Mar 2007 by genejoke
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