For a classic multiplayer game, Perfect Dark suffers from a fairly major fault. It's nigh-on unplayable. Those sleek offices and twisting tunnels have morphed into poorly textured geometric mazes. The explosions and effects, brilliant in memory, are muted. Most of all, the always-suspect framerate is now a convicted murderer. None of these reasons justify a return.
But what Perfect Dark does have, beyond GoldenEye and most other FPSes, is imagination.