Submitted by Cyrus365 1730d ago | review

Loot Ninja Review: Perfect Dark HD

Loot Ninja writes: "Now here's a game that takes me back. Perfect Dark was released in North America in 2000 for the Nintendo 64. It was the spiritual successor to Goldeneye 007 – what many believe to be one of the best FPS ever made. A decade later Microsoft and Rare opted to re-release PD with no more than a graphical overhaul. A decision I think was wise considering how terrible the 360 Perfect Dark was. Now the big question is: how does this stack up against the modern FPS? So much progress has been made in the last ten years, has PD been lost in the shuffle?!" (Perfect Dark HD, Perfect Dark XBLA, Xbox 360) 4/5

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