Just trying to play a multiplayer on Icewind dale (pc). both pc's have the same copy and updates of the game, and ive tried everything i can think of to try to set up a multiplayer game via direct link and LAN. I have even downloaded a program recommended from a site called "Hamachi" which sets up a VPN. However, with everything i have tried i always receive the same error message " Cannot connect to game server" Even when i try to host a game on IPX setting. I have tried setting the IP on each computer to 192.168.*.*
Yet again im met with the same message. Both pc's run windows xp pro 2002 service pack 2.
i remember ages ago, it didnt take all this to set up and play multiplayer, so im really stuck as to whats changed.
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Re: "cannot connect to gamesession"
I don't think the game allows online play with 2 same cd keys...
I'm not allowed to advise you to get another cd key from the net, because that is illegal.
I guess you will need another copy of the game to play multiplayer.
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Run Icewind Dale II's configuration utility to enable the cheat console. In the
game, press CTRL + TAB display the console. Enter the following cheat codes:
Teleport selected party .... ctrlaltdelete:hans()
Accrue 500 gold pieces .... ctrlaltdelete:midas()
Earn user set amount of gold .... ctrlaltdelete:addgold()
Reveal map for current area .... ctrlaltdelete:explorearea()
Set XP of chosen character .... ctrlaltdelete:setcurrentxp()
Set current chapter .... ctrlaltdelete:setchapter () Prologue is chapter 0.
Load indicated area .... ctrlaltdelete:movetoarea("AR") Data directory...
with one Game Card:
Certain Nintendo DS games require only one player have a copy of
the game to play multiplayer. Those without a copy of the game will
need to download the game information from the player that has the
game in their system.
This feature is available on games that have this icon on their
packaging: To download game information:
Insert the Game Card into the DS Game Card Slot on one system
and slide it into place until it clicks. Turn the system on
by pressing the POWER button.
Tap the screen using the stylus when the "Touch the Touch
Screen to continue" message appears. If the host DS system's
Startup Mode is set to
Automatic. The game's menu will appear.
Manual. Tap on the box for the Nintendo DS Card Slot using
the stylus to start the game.
Turn on the other Nintendo DS systems. For each of these systems,
when the main menu appears, tap on the "DS Download Play" icon
on the right, middle side of the screen to display list of available
Tap the title of the game to begin the download.
See the individual game's multiplayer instructions for additional
game play information.
with multiple Game Cards
Games that require each player to have a copy of the Game Card inserted
into the Nintendo DS will feature this icon:
Because each individual game title has its own method for setting
up multiplayer games, you will need to consult the instruction manual
for that particular title.
you can try to contact BLIZZARD, blizzard.com and see if they will send you a replacement disc, but most likely they will not unless you can prove that you baught the game, and even then they will most likely tell you to take it back to the store where you got it.
I'm pretty sure the only way to connect two PS3s together for multiplayer is to go online and play over the PlayStation Network. Of course, to do things that way, you'd have to have two copies of the games you're wanting to play--one disc for each console. Most games that are multiplayer can played that way on one console, though. You just need two controllers (or more, depending on the game and how many people you're wanting to have play).