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Perfect Dark Zero: Limited Collector's Edition

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Mature
90 customer reviews

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  • Engrossing single-player action, brought to life in startling high-definition
  • Unparalleled online play via Xbox Live - supporting more than 50 players online
  • Choose between story-driven single-player campaigns and various multiplayer options, including 4-player split screen and cooperative action for infinite replayability
  • Features many of the classic weapons and gadgets from the original game, as well as countless additions; New combat-enabled vehicles are also available
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The Limited Collector's Edition of Perfect Dark Zero is presented in a colorfully-embossed metal collector's case with a protective cover. Includes full version of the game, a bonus DVD (The Art of Perfect Dark Zero video feature, Kepi & Kat music track from the game, Perfect Dark Zero Gamer Tiles to customize your identity on Xbox Live, Perfect Dark Zero Heads-Up Display (HUD) UI Skin to customize your Xbox 360 experience, and the first chapter from the new novel, Perfect Dark: Initial Vector), plus the Perfect Dark Zero special edition comic booklet, Hong Kong Sunrise, a collectible Perfect Dark Zero Glyph Card, and a Game Manual...Joanna Dark returns in the Xbox 360 exclusive Perfect Dark Zero, the prequel to the internationally award winning and mulitmillion-selling, first-person shooter Perfect Dark from famed game developer Rare Ltd. A secret war has begun - between shadowy corporations bent on world domination. Joanna Dark and her father Jack are caught up in the fight for the future of the planet. A routine bounty hunting mission rips open a global conspiracy that will change Joanna's destiny - forever.

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Edition: Collector's
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  • ASIN: B000B6ML1Y
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.2 x 0.8 inches ; 12 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 8, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,530 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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23 of 29 people found the following review helpful By DarkDan on February 21, 2006
Edition: Collector's
Although I was worried about purchasing this game at launch (because of the bad reader reviews), I have found it an amazingly deep and complex title. I have finished this game in single player and multiplayer (online mode) and there are a few unique features you need to know about when considering this title:

1. Varying gameplay based on difficulty: When you change the difficulty setting, you are given additional side-missions which you can achieve. One example is a boat that needs to be blown up to protect one of your operatives. This is a refreshing change to the rather boring alternative of just having guys who can withstand more headshots or are using faster moving computer AI. This also makes for a more immersive game, since you feel like a real secret agent, who's being trusted with more responsibility as your skills increase.

2. Varying gameplay based in single vs. multiplayer: When I first started playing this with a friend, I was amazed to find that it is actually a different experience. Rather than just heading down the same road as the single player game, the characters actually split paths and have different objectives. For example, on one level, I was a sniper on a roof, providing cover fire for my partner while he was down below trying to complete objectives for the mission. The game actually takes longer to play co-op, and it brings a lot of extra enjoyment.

3. Co-op over Xbox Live: If you have a friend with a 360 who lives far from you, you can play the game together cooperatively. This is a very nice feature for those of us who get tired of being verbally assaulted by teenagers and completely wiped out by the pros. It also allows for a more strategic gameplay, as you can try out different manuvers and see how they work against the AI.

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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Z. A. Recht on January 11, 2008
Edition: Collector's
The original Perfect Dark was so darn good that when I saw this for a measly twenty bucks I couldn't pass it up. I spent a good year on the original--it was an all-purpose shooter. Even if you were alone, the multiplayer bots kept things fresh, and there were a million and one options to tinker around with.

That game stored not only your custom-tailored character but also your lifetime stats down to the mileage you've run and every round fired. This made it the cartridge of choice whenever I invited people over and we wanted something to play. There was fierce competition in my apartment for several months as people vied for dominance in one stat group or another. If you weren't a marksman, maybe you would only use mines and thus lay claim to the title of most explosive kills and so on. I tell you all this so you'll understand that not a little bit of nostalgia factored into my overall rating. If I hadn't played the original this one would probably get three stars. As it was, I enjoyed it more than a newcomer might.

So I was very pleased to see that bots were being included in this installment as well. I don't know why other games don't mimic Perfect Dark's multiplayer system. All I know is that between the original and Dark Zero, I kept wishing for a game that played just as well with multiplayer just as customizable, and never got it until now.

There are a number of standard rulesets like killcount and capture the flag but there are also scenarios that can be fought through against other live players.

The best, though, is when you have a friend over and want to play. Then you can have a real versus match--none of that one-on-one crap that gets old very fast. Want to play 5v5? Just add eight bots. Instant opponents, or teammates.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on January 9, 2006
Edition: Collector's
Perfect Dark Zero is a great game. I want to start off with that. To keep it simple the game is a mixture of Halo gunplay with 007 espionage and stealth tactics mixed for a pretty enjoyable game. Here are my personal Pros & Cons


+ Fun single player mode with shorter & more replayable levels

+ Co-op fun

+ Optional bots in multiplayer (for those without live)

+ Lot of cool weapons (w/ cool secondary features)

+ Interesting "slot" system for holding weapons

+ Mediocre story line


- Very unrealistic (killing an enemy at point blank can take up to 4 shotgun shots)

- Pistols pretty much pathetic ('cept Revolver)

- Last boss (No spoiler, but when you play it, just think "WHAT?!")

- Only 13 levels

- Online play can seem a little too chaotic

Overall, the game is a lot of fun, but not very original. I know that everyone says it but it's true. If you want the best shooter for the 360, go with Call of Duty 2. It is a much more realistic game. If you want an unrealistic, but fun sci fi action game, this is for you. BTW, the graphics are great!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dave on January 3, 2012
Edition: Collector's Verified Purchase
This game is not really for the casual gamer. So you run and gunners can put it down anytime now. Perfect Dark Zero requires skill. Think you're too good to play in the novice category....this game will force you right back there to learn the levels properly before even trying to negotiate them at higher difficulties. Yet the fascinating thing about this game is that once you complete a level you realize that it was'nt as impossible as it appeared at first....in fact, in some cases some levels are downright easy. But you need to know what you're doing. Graphics are nic, with gun models very nicely detailed. Environments vary between huge and claustrophobic and are suitably detailed to reflect these differences. Soundtrack is classic Perfect Dark with synthesizers taking a lead role in orchestration. Gun shots sound real and trust me in Perfect Dark Zero if you get hit by gunfire its a startling experience. The controller feels almost electric in your hands as it shivers with each hit you take. Dialogue in Perfect Dark Zero is hilariously cheesy as the developers likely intended it to be. So many reviewers have misinterpreted this and labeled it as being poor but they missed the point. So is it worth it.....if you're willing to take the effort to play it it can actually be an excellent game
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