Can't play StarCraft - what kind of pack do we need and where do it go in the system
I have just purchased a N64 for my sons with the game STARCRAFT. They're telling me I need to get them a rumble pack or expansion pack so they can actually play. Can you tell me which I need and where does it go in the system?
Re: Can't play StarCraft - what kind of pack do we need...
The rumble pak is optional, all it does is shake the controller during gameplay. The expansion pak is required to play the game. It increases the Ram inside the console to 8MB. Some games its is optional, While others it is required. Donkey Kong 64, Perfect Dark, Starcraft 64,The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask all require it for all the feature to be accessable. There may be other games that use it but they do not require it for the most part
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I was pretty disappointed when I couldn't play a 12 year old game on my new macbook either. The best thing to do is go to battle.net, load up the CD key and then load the software onto your mac. The downside is that you will need internet access before playing even if you play single player. That's the way I got around it.
this question isn't so comprehensible ..
first of all, if you doesn't have the original CD with starcraft go to http://starcraft.theabyss.eu/ Here you have starcraft kit to download and servers where you can play for free
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