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Game Profile
INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
Nintendo 64
PUBLISHER:
Rare
DEVELOPER:
Rare
GENRE: First Person Shooter
PLAYERS:   1-4
RELEASE DATE:
May 22, 2000
ESRB RATING:
Mature
IN THE SERIES
Perfect Dark

Perfect Dark Zero

Perfect Dark

 Written by John Scalzo  on September 08, 2007

Trivia: Perfect Dark (N64)


  • Considered by the developers to be a spiritual sequel to GoldenEye.

  • Uses a modified version of the GoldenEye engine.

  • The name Joanna Dark is a play on "Jeanne d'Arc," The French spelling of Joan of Arc.

  • A good portion of the GoldenEye/Perfect Dark team broke off from Rare to form Free Radical Design.

  • The novel Perfect Dark: Initial Vector by Greg Rucka bridges the storyline between Perfect Dark Zero and Perfect Dark.



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