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Perfect Dark Zero

Overall: The first game on the N64 was one of my favourite games for that consol. I was expecting so much from this game and I was left very disappointed. The story or lack there of is not appealing and not stimulating. The game itself is too frustrating. Its impossible to go on "sniper" modes, where you just feel like taking out some unsuspecting guys with your scope. They either see you and start shooting or as soon as you kill one of the guys there like 2-3 more guys there immediatly and all you have to do is kill those guys and the whole area is clear which isnt too much fun.

Gameplay: Didnt like the fact that you could only carry 3 weapons maximum. 1 big weapon and 2 little ones or 1 big and 1 small. There also werent too many different weapons in this one. The multiplayer mode wasnt fun at all for me. So hard to kill the guys even if you just played against Sims on easy. Those arrows were riduculous. You get lost for like 10 seconds and then these arrows appear to show you where to go.... wheres the fun in that. Sure sometimes there useful but I like to explore the areas sometimes and see what else you can find. Those arrows are annoying and almost rush you through the level. You cant even jump in this game which sucks. You have this stupid diving feature which really doesnt help. The dive doenst last too long and you kinda get disoriented from it. Like once your up you out of position and loose your &

Graphics: Visually this game is well done. Especially the movie scenes.. very nice attention to detail and very importantly the colour is vivid and actually looks the way its supposed to. The game itself is very impressive and visually I cant complain.

Audio: The sound was good but it was kind of annoying as well. I had to turn down the Sound Fx's to like 65 so that I wouldnt get so annoyed with the shooting noises. Unlike most games where getting shot at or shooting someone is actually exciting this game makes it irritating. When your on the spy cam in level 10 I believe that stupid noise that spycam makes is the a huge turnoff for the game. The dialouge is unimpressive and sounds so fake and predictable.

Suggestions: Dont make another Perfect Dark game!

Overall Score: 7.0 / 10

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