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Alternative Title: Memory Pak
Console: Nintendo 64
Year: 1999
RFG ID#: J-064-H-00080-A
Region: Japan Japan
Part Number: NUS-007, NUS-012
UPC: T4902370504170
Manufacturer: Nintendo
Class: Memory/Backup
Subclass: RAM Expansion
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Variations:


Console Region Type Title Manufacturer Year Class
Nintendo 64
Canada
H Expansion Pak[Official Nintendo] Nintendo 2000 Memory/Backup
Nintendo 64
North America
H Expansion Pak[Official Nintendo] Nintendo 1998 Memory/Backup
Nintendo 64
North America
H Expansion Pak[Official Nintendo - Blister Package] Nintendo 2000 Memory/Backup
Nintendo 64
Australia
H Expansion Pak Nintendo 1998 Memory/Backup
Overview

Please note that overview provided is actually for the variant Expansion Pak[Official Nintendo] Japan. View Variant Page

The Nintendo 64 Expansion Pak was used in conjunction with certain games to allow for enhanced gameplay. Donkey Kong 64 and The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask required the Expansion Pak for gameplay, whereas games such as Hydro Thunder and Perfect Dark used it to unlock multiplayer and other features. Re-Volt, Road Rash 64, and other games used the Expansion Pak to unlock higher resolutions.

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Box Part Number

  • NUS-A-TB(JPN)
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