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Perfect Dark; Nintendo 64
Topic Started: Oct 14 2011, 05:48 PM (1,759 Views)
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I liked that review, good job! When it comes to ranking though it's hard to choose between two great games such as Perfect Dark and Goldeneye, either you go for improvement/simplicity, or nostalgia. Perfect Dark was definitely a leap up from Goldeneye in my opinion, but I just have too many memories with Goldeneye. That just makes me like it more. With Banjo Kazooie/Tooie, I actually like Tooie more however, because it was an extension on my childhood and more challenging. With the same protagonists I could continue the adventure.

Nevertheless Rare produced two excellent FPS's that hold their own quite well, even today. Goldeneye being more simplistic in controls and objectives, may increase its "playability" for gamers who decide to go back to it. I hope more people discover the N64 and pick up all of Rare's work in the future, as its all underrated!
Edited by TNT737373, Nov 10 2011, 03:41 PM.
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