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"Perfect Dark Zero" (Xbox 360) is the prequel to the N64 smash hit "Perfect Dark". Let's see how much you know about it.
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Perfect Dark Zero Trivia Questions

1. The game takes place in what year?

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Perfect Dark Zero

Answer: 2020

This game is a prequel, taking place three years before "Perfect Dark". It involves Joanna's early adventures and how she got started with the Carrington Institute.

2. What is the motto of dataDyne?

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Answer: Your life, Our hands

I am not sure why, but RareWare chose this whereas it was never mentioned in the first "Perfect Dark". It does, however, point out that dataDyne Corporation is intent on domination.

3. What is the name of Joanna's father?

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Answer: Jack Dark

He dies, however, early on in the game. He is her only remaining parent and in no way related to Jonathan 'Dark' of the first "Perfect Dark".

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