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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.

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Eveline Fischer ...
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Daniel Carrington / Trent Easton / DataDyne Guards (voice)
Chris Seavor ...
Dr. Carroll (voice)
John Silke ...
DataDyne Guards (voice)
Ben Cullum ...
Doctor (voice)
Louise Tilston ...
Alastair Lindsay ...
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Duncan Botwood ...
Mr. Blonde / The President (voice)
Beau Chesluk ...
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B. Jones ...
Cassandra De Vries (voice)
Steve Malpass ...
Jonathan / Elvis / Grimshaw (voice)
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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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22 May 2000 (USA)  »

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Inside the Area 51 level, the player can hear pagings over an intercom system for Lieutenant Deal, Doctor Francis, Captain Santiago, Doctor Lovering and Nurse Robinson. These refer to the members of the American rock band The Pixies (Kim Deal, Charles "Black Francis" Thompson IV, Joey Santiago, David Lovering) and producer/engineer Mike Robinson. See more »

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In the mission 'Mr. Blonde's Revenge', several guards can be heard saying "Get her!". The problem is, in this mission the player plays a man. See more »

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Elvis: I'll kick your ass!
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Crazy Credits

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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References GoldenEye 007 (1997) See more »

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A Worthy Successor To Goldeneye!
10 January 2001 | by See all my reviews

I can't say enough good things about Rare's Perfect Dark, and as of this writing, I haven't even finished the game!

Using their incredible Goldeneye engine, the folks at Rare have improved upon their success 1000% - on the technical side they've added speech, longer cinematic cuts to keep you involved in the story, and great music. Within the game itself, FPS nuts like myself will thrill to the new weapons and gadgets.

The game is not just "shoot everyone and take everything you see," however; there are many sequences where your guile and intelligence will serve you much better than a machine gun.

The single or multiplayer Combat Simulator is what every FPS game from now on will use as the industry standard; the ability to tweak every nuance of your deathmatch is unparalleled, and the skills of the computer-run "simulants" will challenge even the most jaded console warrior to the fight of his or her "life."

Highly recommended, Perfect Dark scores a Perfect 10.


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