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A good chunk of the Game Informer staff has spent the last couple of weeks infatuated with StarCraft II, the latest real-time strategy epic from Blizzard. While many of us have fond memories of the original StarCraft from 1998, there's probably a lot less people who remember 2000's Nintendo 64 port. Luckily, we do, and we decided to dig it out of the vault and check it out.
Join Andrew Reiner, Dan Ryckert, Adam Biessener, and I as we attempt to figure out what's going on with StarCraft 64's muddy graphics and sound, discuss Dan's Southern/swamp heritage, and explore an altogether different ruining of a different classic game from days past in Replay Roulette.
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haha Adam's reaction to a "great" console RTS is hilarious
So you can either play in South Dakota or the swamps of Kansas. I have yet to play any Starcraft, but I did play a couple of Command and Conquer games. Looks about the same, haha. And oh my gosh, I LOVED Paperboy growing up. We don't get mail in the swamp. Just malaria. Did you notice that only houses that get papers have any color on them? Treat! Thanks for the laughs, guys.
I remember this. BTW they were right. Looks like the Badlands of South Dakota.
Woo! Treat! I laughed so hard at the replay roulette. Great stuff.
I played the *** out of this game i bought the xpac just for this game
that was awesome!
I never played starcraft, but warcraft 3 is firmly in my top 5 games of all time.
Good job hitting that lady in the nuts, Dan. Hahahaha.