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How to Play Battlefield 64 on Your Xbox 360

Posted on Monday, October 24 @ 10:35:28 PST by
Let me just start out by saying that this makes EA's latest modern-military shooter look like ASS. Seriously, what the hell happened here? If you've got a 4GB Xbox 360, or (God forbid) a 360 without a harddrive at all, it's time to cancel your preorder.

Now, on to the directions. Here's everything you'll need to play Battlefield 64:
  • An Xbox 360
  • A copy of Battlefield 3
  • The inability to delete game saves and DLC on your hard drive to make the necessary room for the HD texture pack
Here are the steps you need to take:
  • Don't install the texture pack.
That's it. Doesn't it feel like Goldeneye? It almost seems like it took more effort to allow for this horrifying amalgam of nostalgia laced homeliness. Credit goes to WikiGameGuides who posted the above video showcasing the differences between Battlefield 3 with and without the optional HD Texture Pack installed on Xbox 360.
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