GoldenEye 007 and Perfect Dark for N64: World Rankings, Speed Runs, Record Videos

Quick Links


Appreciation and Acknowledgements

  • 47 Donations have been made; thanks!

    Please visit the Donation Acknowledgments thread to see who these gracious people are, where you can also see who made the The $20 Club!

    Thanks also to Titan TPMS for ongoing financial support (unrelated to tire pressure management systems)


  • Derek Clark, Webmaster
    home page |

    Jim Barrett, Administrator
    home page |


  • Help us reach our audience by adding this to your site: micro banner

    Email us at to inquire about linking your site here.

Follow Us

Follow us on 

Twitter Follow us on Facebook Join our official AIM 

Chatroom Visit our 

YouTube Channel Subscribe to our Feed



If you think we’re dead, YOU’RE DEAD wrong! Perfect Dark is surviving the generation gap and is being played to death (pun intended) by the new generation gamers.

Perfect Ace has been getting many incredible world records such as Villa A 1:07, Villa SA 1:17, Chicago PA 0:27, Infiltration PA 1:47, Pelagic II PA 2:03, Maian SOS A 1:37, and Maian SOS PA 2:06. But most incredibly, all of these (and many others that I didn’t list) were accomplished using a PAL system! The top players had better watch out if he gets his hands on an NTSC console, as he’s already ranked 4th.

In the exact opposite situation, we have Taka, who has NTSC (and some weird thing called SECAM), but unfortunately lacks the PAL system required to take down the remaining two players above him. His amazing talent achieves crazy times such as the controversial Defection PA 1:23, Extraction PA 1:35 (which for some reason won’t update on the rankings – I’ll have to look into it later), Escape SA 3:20, Escape PA 3:22, and Pelagic II A 0:49. Bravo indeed!

Dark Otto also snagged a few records, which were then destroyed by Hurricane Perfect Ace or Hurricane Taka, or both. Poor Otto. His Chicago SA 0:27 is his only recent record that still stands, but I believe he should be congratulated and noted for the hard work he’s put into the game recently.

And finally, an honourable mention goes to Leet Gamer, who after “countless hours of hard work” finally achieved the elusive Duel Agent 0:03. Well done.

Until next time…


Posted: September 17th, 2007
at 9:56am by Your Eliteness

Categories: Uncategorized

Comments: 1 comment

  • Eise Smit

    Woohoo, thats nice :D . Good to see some new guys challenging the old guard :)


Follow Us

Twitter Facebook Join our official AIM Chatroom YouTube RSS

Latest World Records

More Videos



Contact us: is not in any way affiliated or involved with Rareware or Nintendo. Perfect Dark, GoldenEye 007, and all related material are registered trademarks of Rareware. All other content is copyright © 2002 - .