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Submitted by Cyrus365 1629d ago | review

Gaming Bits: Perfect Dark Review

Gaming Bits writes: "Whether you're looking for a classic shooter or more bang for your buck, Perfect Dark is an excellent choice. Perfect Dark offers a little bit of enhanced graphics and the ability to play with friends on Xbox LIVE, while maintaining the classic Nintendo 64 style. From the story to the multiplayer challenges, this game goes on the top of my list. The only downside to Perfect Dark is that the aiming system, which really threw me off. I can't remember myself having so much difficulty back on the N64 with the aiming. However, if you have ever played this game back in the day, or simply want a new game to play, make sure you download Perfect Dark as it will only set you back 800 Microsoft Points ($10)." (Perfect Dark XBLA, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

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