Hi, when I use my Super Nintendo some of the games start but once I click on a level (e.g. donkey kong) the screen goes black. Some games don't even get to the title screen, it just plays music from another part of the game. Any help would be lovely!
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Definitely if you are playing one of those 3 games it is normal since those are three of the most graphic intensive games ever released for the console besides Goldeneye 007 and Perfect Dark. Just like if you remember the days of the original nintendo if you had more than 8 characters/sprites on screen at once the game would crawl until you killed one of the sprites! LOL But for those 3 games if you have a lot of graphics on screen with a lot of textures at certain points in a level it will definitely slow down the frame rate for sure. The only way to remedy this is to attach a heat sink fan to your Nintendo 64 processor similar to how you attach one to a computer but that would have to be a custom job or just play the games on Emulator on your PC. Cheers!
Donkey Kong 64wasoneof only three Nintendo64games to require theExpansion Pak(the others being The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask and Perfect Dark), which provides 4 MB more RAM for enhanced graphics and more expansive environments, as well as to fix a game-breaking bug.We don't think that you can play this game with no expansion pack. I have tried to play perfect dark with no expansion pack and it was not all there then.
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I'd say it sounds like an issue with either the controller or the port on the system. My advice to you would be to try a different controller, and try switching ports on the console. The games should be fine, though.
The N64 is the third home-console published by Nintendo and is the successor of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). It was competing with the Playstation 2 and the Dreamcast. The name Nintendo 64 comes from the fact that it was one of the first 64-Bit consoles. The "64" can also be found in various game titles like "Super Mario 64" oder "Donkey Kong 64". The console was released in 1996 and the last game was released in 2002. Which made this console popular was mostly the nintendo only milestones. The Zelda game (Ocarina of time) is among fans, still the best Zelda game ever released. It was also the debut of the first 3D Mario and Donkey Kong games.
Is your DSi and Donkey Kong both from the same region? If your system is not from North America but the game is, then Donkey Kong will not work . I know that almost all the other games are region free, but for some reason Donkey Kong does not seem to be that way system. I have an Australian DSi and this is the one game that I cannot get to work, tried multiple copies.
Well it might just be the fact that its an old console and those games are out of date same thing happens to me i wouldn't worry about it too much try cleaning the gamepacks out with qutips and rubbing alcohal then.