Community site for upcoming Xbox 360 game from Rare features news, game info, and developer diaries.
Microsoft Game Studios today announced the launch of the Perfect Dark Zero Web site. Though the Xbox 360 game won't be released until this holiday season, gamers interested in the first-person shooter can whet their appetites online by checking out some details on the official Web site.
The portal offers various bits and pieces about the game and about the legacy of series heroine Joanna Dark. In addition to game information, a history of the background of the Perfect Dark games, and a biography of Joanna Dark, there are images from an issue of the Perfect Dark Zero comic book and an interview from the comic's artist.
The game is a prequel to the critically acclaimed Perfect Dark, which appeared on the Nintendo 64 in 2000. The Xbox 360 version features the redheaded agent involved in a story of corruption and espionage in the year 2020. In addition to including a single-player mode, the game will support up to 50 gamers simultaneously through Xbox Live.
Perfect Dark Zero is currently in development from Microsoft subsidiary Rare. The UK-based studio developed exclusively for Nintendo before being purchased by Microsoft in 2002. Rare's portfolio includes the classic shooters Perfect Dark and GoldenEye 007 and the upcoming Conker: Live and Reloaded for the Xbox.
For more information on Perfect Dark Zero, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.
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