The reason bad rumors spread so easily on the internet is that it's users aren't very savvy about things.Originally Posted by Neox™
I complain because I want to know how reliable this is on a scale of 1 to 10. I'm a big fan of MM. It's my second favorite title next to Zelda 2 (both black sheep to most fans).
Seems like flimsy evidence. Maybe they haven't put out one of those games because there aren't very many of them (only 2 games actually require it's use and only two more lean on it heavily). If there were loads of exp pack games, and none of them were on VC, your proof would be a little more firm. With so few, and with so few N64 games at all (12) on VC, it's not a great standard.the first bullet was when i realized the red thing's soft ware didn't come with the 64, or wii
(i know the wii doesnt have it or they would have put out a game that uses the expanson packs softwere out)
Again, if Nintendo told you that the VC emulator didn't have expansion tech, and that it had just or was about to receive the tech, that's the more reliable "proof".
Of course, Nintendo doesn't usually make VC announcements over the phone to users, so that proof is a little suspect as well. Even if someone really told you that, it's possible they were simply making it up themselves, or guessing.
It's possible to be right and still not be credible. We all know MM will make it to VC someday. One of the reasons it likely hasn't yet is because Nintendo has always had trouble emulating certain things within the game. The Zelda Collectors Edition game had problems with the way the game's music was written. They decided it was no big deal since that disc was a freebie. But since they're going to be selling this one, I imagine they might want it to work correctly. I don't think we'll receive the original ROM on that one. I think they'll tinker with it first.