A female spy named Joanna Dark who received the highest grade ever from her spy training at Carrington Institute is sent to rescue a Doctor Caroll who sent a distress call to Carrington a ... See full summary »

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A female spy named Joanna Dark who received the highest grade ever from her spy training at Carrington Institute is sent to rescue a Doctor Caroll who sent a distress call to Carrington a few days before. Doctor Caroll was apparently being forced to do work for a company called dataDyne that he thought to be wrong and dangerous and needed to be rescued. The story escalates from there going everywhere from Chicago to Area 51 and even getting involved with aliens in this futuristic spy tale. Written by WildkatSam

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The art deco wall reliefs in Lucerne Tower (dataDyne Corporation HQ) are based on the 1929 Chanin Building lobby panels by Rene Paul Chambellan. The lobby doors to the elevator and External Comms Hub are based on the deco style elevator doors of the 1930 Chrysler Building by William Van Alen. See more »

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The Guard that Joanna knocks out at the start of the second mission land on his chest with his head facing away from the elevator door, but when he wakes up at the start of the third mission, his body is now facing the opposite direction, even though during this whole time he's supposed to be unconscious. See more »

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Jonathan: I'm sorry. I didn't realize you wanted him to shoot you. I can call in some more guards if you like.
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After the credits finish a line reads "Perfect Dark is Forever". After that the words Perfect Dark move across the screen to music and will not end unless the player presses a button. See more »

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Probably the best game ever.
12 September 2004 | by (England) – See all my reviews

Perfect Dark played on an N64 with the 4MB expansion pack is truly and utterly one of if not THE best video game ever. Goldeneye was fantastic but this has took it to the next level. Games like Quake 3, Doom 3 or Unreal Tournament might have better graphics but when it comes to sheer gameplay Perfect Dark is the king. The graphics for it are maybe not quite as polished as its predecessor but the amount of great ideas are unrivaled in video game history. Loads of cool meaty weapons (got to love the missile with the camera!). It's over 4 years old and still beats any first person shooter by far. Even though the sequel is to be released sometime in the future on the X-Box i doubt it will play the same as the original did. The missions are so cool and laid out well with a good story and character interaction. The thing that kept me coming back for more was the death matches with up to 8 players playing at the same time (human or sim) which was especially cool because there are so many modes and tweaks to make you play Perfect Dark for years to come. Forget Doom 3 with all it's eye candy but no depth. Keep with this little baby stuck in your N64. I found that i've never took the cartridge out the slot in over 2 years. LOL!


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