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Perfect Dark Zero (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
3.5 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

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  • 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: B0000A1OUA
  • Release Date: 2 Dec. 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,260 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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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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....if you want an immersive fps for the 360 to play OFFLINE then get call of duty 2. If you want a great multiplyer game to play ONLINE (or offline with bots) get perfect dark zero.
The single player of pdz isn't great, but online it ROCKS!!! Whereas with call of duty 2 the online it terrible but the single player is amazing.
Simple!!
The great things about PDZ...
I've had upto 16 players on a lag free game (unlike my experiences with halo 2)
The guns and gadgets are excellent
The visuals are very impressive.
The multiplayer arenas are great.
There is lots of variety in the games which should keep them interesting for a long while.
See you online...?
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James Bond theme anyone?

Hello this is my 69th game on my xbox 360 now

Ok let's talk on this I loved the n64 I think we all did this is too bland with a James Bond theme music.

I hate is you can't take cover whenever you want to only if the game says A button on screen otherwise you be a sitting duck taking damage.

Graphics not good enough either just basic design of characters model.

SO get if you must with mission's to do and other parts really it's made for multi-player.
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By A Customer on 3 Dec. 2005
In a nutshell: amazing!
Flawless graphics, superb sound, smooth gameplay with a learning curve judged so perfectly it seems scary.
This is pretty much my first step away from the thing since I picked it up yesterday with my shiny new 360, and I will shortly be returning to it since I am feeling withdrawal symptoms setting in.
Had my first try on xbox live today, and as long as you ignore the constant barrage of American teen angsty shouting and general abuse, you can stare wide eyed at the incredible smoothness of play and the perfectly sized arenas.
Seriously, unless you are a die-hard racing fan, this is THE game to have with your new toy.
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By A Customer on 5 Dec. 2005
I was one of the lucky individuals who actually managed to get a 360 on release date.
i got perfect dark zero and an extra controller with it as i loved the multiplayer from the original N64 title.
I have to say this game has everything i was looking for in a launch title.
I have been playing it with mates all weekend pretty much and we all were most impressed.
The one player story mode is great, with some really fun levels and some originality shining through also.
It only took me about 6 hours to complete it on agent difficulty and it was really easy, but there are 3 other possible higher difficulties and i can tell you, those are certainly a challenge! great fun. and intelligent AI also.
Then theres the visuals.... nothing short of amazing throughout. They never let up. Even in split screen whilst playing 30 other people via XBOX live, Lag is hardly ever a problem.
The deathmatches and various other similar matches (like capture the flag, CounterStrike equivelent mode, base defense, etc) are all great fun and well made.
Online is by far the best feature. Its really easy to set up and use but also great fun and a good laugh.
Overall, rare have done an excellent job with this title, and its just as good (if not even better) than titles such as Goldeneye, Original perfect dark and the Timespliters series.
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This game has all is needed for the average gamer, great graphics, a half decent story mode and a co-op mode that is pretty impressive to. Xbox Live certainly takes it to a new level though, with dark ops mode there are game types similar to counterstrike, you can decide what weopons you want and buy them, earning credits for this by making kills etc. However, don't expect too much realism in multiplayer as enemies do take a lot of bullets to kill, unless you get that elusive head shot. Online is fantastic and the game is worth it just for that, loads of game modes and players that actually match your level of playing! Multiplayer without live is good too though, sa you can battle aginst bots in various game modes. A verdict of about 90% is fair, as ther could be as for gamers looking for realistic amounts of bullets to kill people will perhaps find PSZ a bit frustrating, although on single player it is a lot easier to rack up kills. A tactical Halo, this game certainly rocks my world. If you have xbox live, buy it!!
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Perfect Dark Zero is a prequel to the N64 classic Perfect Dark. However, while still developed by Rare studios it shares very few of the original developers. It has also suffered for this, Perfect Dark Zero feels like a relic. A first person shooter from a different generation of consoles. It has no caught up with the fast paced Halo generation and doesn't really compete. The campaign is very weak, little ties the missions together except for a distracting voice briefing and the levels are often poorly designed with confusing objectives.

The strong side of the game is found in the greatly entertaining multipayer, using Xbox live Perfect Dark Zero is great fun. The maps are wonderfully well designed, the playing is smooth and the games are very fun. Unfortunately this is hampered by a glitch that affects many people only allowing them to match up with people randomly in games.

Perfect Dark is worth buying on the classics range, it is a fair shooter though its strengths lie in multiplayer.
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