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Storm's Adventures! Perfect Dark on XBLA


5:20 PM on 04.08.2010



Cue third person post!

Storm was given a lead to the Perfect Dark XBLA remake, and then went bonkers.  Remembering his glory days with N64 (back when he was concerned about homework, not a mortgage), he had to go further and ruin his fun by playing every iteration of Perfect Dark franchise.

Inside, we have a verbose look at four games:  Perfect Dark XBLA, Perfect Dark N64, Perfect Dark Zero, and Perfect Dark Game Boy Color.  And you get extra credit if you find the not so subtle reference to the Reno Arch."

Also, make sure to check out Storm's Adventure with Uncharted and Uncharted 2 exclusively on Video.Destructoid right now!






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