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StarCraft 64 Cheats For Nintendo 64

StarCraft 64 Cheats For Nintendo 64

Get all the inside info, cheats, hacks, codes, walkthroughs for StarCraft 64 on GameSpot.

StarCraft 64 – Nintendo 64 – Exclusives N64 tutorial missions & mission 2 gameplay [HD 1080p 60fps]


Captured directly from a NTSC Nintendo 64 with the 4MB RAM expansion inserted, using S-Video via an upscaler in order for it to work with an Elgato HD60 Pro. An American cartridge of StarCraft 64 was used for this capture.

Quite why or how the classic PC real time strategy games was chosen to be ported to the Nintendo 64 in its dying days is a question only Blizzard can answer. Some rumours suggest it started life as a PlayStation port before being moved to the Nintendo 64, then you have to ask why it wasn’t ported to the Dreamcast instead which could have done a perfect port. The end result being a limited release in the USA and a very small PAL release in Australia only, all the more strange as RTS games traditionally do best in Europe.

Now you would expect it to be a pretty awful port in every sense of the word, but in fact it ends up being incredibly close to the PC original and its expansion Brood War. There are cuts almost all the voice dialogue is gone, along with the net play and the animated cutscenes are changed to still pictures, apart from the opening intro which is heavily shortened. A number of the music tracks have also been dropped and you can’t create your own levels either. However to make up for these losses the N64 includes the entire content of both story campaigns for StarCraft & Brood War. A new split screen two player mode and an all new hidden story mission to go with it. It also includes two brand new tutorial missions which replace the terrible tutorial mission in the original game. Both new tutorial missions are included in this video as is one of the early story missions. The new control scheme holds up well and some of the improvements actually better the PC original, but there are also some issues due to the lack of hot keys and moving large numbers of troops is a bit cumbersome.

Both the two player mode and the Brood War campaign require you have the N64 RAM expansion, so make sure you have one before purchasing a copy. If you are a RTS fan this is a must buy as it is an excellent conversion of a classic PC game, just be warned it’s not easy to find due to having a limited print run.

StarCraft 64 isn’t a true 60fps in fact most of the game runs at 30fps in RTS mode only the front menu seems to be 60fps. So future video will be 30fps.

スタークラフト64は日本では利用できません

Release: 2000
Developer: Mass Media / Blizzard Entertainment
Publisher: Nintendo / 任天堂
Format: Nintendo 64 (N64) / ニンテンドー64

Also known as: スタークラフト64 (Japanese title) 스타크래프트 64 (Korean title)

StarCraft 64 is not available on any other format, but you can still purchase the PC original available from Blizzard.

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STARCRAFT 64 is BETTER than StarCraft PC (PROOF) – Roy Reviews


Roy Reviews StarCraft for the N64- or more like doesn’t review. Roy just talks praise wrapped in tinfoil garbage.

StarCraft 64 was the StarCraft the world wishes they didn’t see. But it’s what got me hooked on the game and was actually my first exposure to the game (and RTS, in general). So I decided to do a review on this old, nostalgic title that just brings the feels.

Credits:
BGM: Bensound.com
Outtro: OMG IT’S MARIO – T4T0

Those who keep pushing to make this garbage.

(And you, for watching. Did you really make it all the way down here =]?)

CRAZY Starcraft skills…..ON NINTENDO 64?!?!

Starcraft 64 – How To Get…(CHEATS) All Upgrades Terran Ep.1 Mission 04 Jacob Installation


All Upgrades Cheat:

The proper way to get this cheat is play the Terran Mission 4 “The Jacob Installation”. MOVE Raynor and your entire troop (North) out the door and up the hallway as quickly as possible and then right (as you pass the missile shooter on the wall). After you pass it, hit the RIGHT arrow key (the move button, DO NOT PRESS the B button) because when you see an orange civilian, he will say “Let me live and I will give you a cheat”. DON’T KILL HIM! as you keep pressing the MOVE button to get to the beacon. When you reach a beacon, it will teleport Jim Raynor and your troops to Sector 5 where another beacon will say “Security Cameras Activated”. Heading back to Sector 6 where the orange civilian is again keep pressing the move button until you pass him again. Later he will thank you for letting him live and the All Upgrades Cheats will be given to you.

StarCraft 64 Cheats For Nintendo 64 Get all the inside info, cheats, hacks, codes, walkthroughs for StarCraft 64 on GameSpot. StarCraft 64 – Nintendo 64 – Exclusives N64 tutorial missions & mission 2 gameplay [HD 1080p 60fps] Captured directly from a NTSC Nintendo 64 with the 4MB RAM expansion inserted, using S-Video via an upscaler…