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Pacific Strike: Speech Pack

DOS - 1994

Year 1994
Platform DOS
Released in France, Germany, United Kingdom, United States
Publisher Electronic Arts, Inc.
3.88 / 5 - 8 votes

Description of Pacific Strike: Speech Pack

Pacific Strike: Speech Pack is a video game published in 1994 on DOS by Electronic Arts, Inc. One of those obscure title!

Pacific Strike: Speech Pack is an addon for Pacific Strike, you will need the original game to play.

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clb1966 2024-06-17 0 point

This "installation" is not the original install media, but rather a ripped-and-cracked version, complete with the "weird" encryption schemes and a bunch of braggy-boasty text documents about who "proudly released" it and on what bulletin board services.

I have yet to successfully extract actual useful media from it. It seems that each zip file included is supposed to be the "results" of the "backup" feature of an early version of PKZip. Interestingly, I have the last released version of PKZip, installed, and it can't seem to deal with the files as provided.

The first "disk" contains a version of PKUNZIP, and an "install" file (the "install" seems merely to call PKUNZIP). It also contains a "speech.zip" and a "PKBACK#.001" file. Everything else is garbage. Later disks also have a "speech.zip" file and a PKBACK#.00x file. Those two files... the PKBACK and the zip file... are the only REAL files on each "disk" except for the two EXE files on the first "disk."

Running "install" seems to run the "official" installer, from inside the zips. So it's possible that the files I point out, above, are from the original vendor setup... but I find that unlikely.

I've been looking for images of the original disks, without all the "hacker" stuff shoved in there, but cannot find them.

Suffice it to say, you can safely delete all the "we're kewl hackers" nonsense from above, and only keep the "real" files I point out.

Beyond that, though, I'm not confident of the SAFETY of the files "zipped" or how they install. Without original vendor disk images to compare this to, I'd be VERY cautious about using these files.

What I CAN say is that the "installer" requires a full version of Pacific Strike to already be installed, needs to be able to confirm that it's there and correct, and then will alter that installation directory. I cannot simply extract the installation files... at least I haven't been successful at that yet.

If I ever am, and can then check the files themselves... I'll upload that material here. But PKUNZIP as provided here seems to be incompatible with the more modern(ish) version of PKZip I have, which can't work with the included files.

confused 2014-10-09 2 points DOS version

maybe try d-fend reloaded its got installation support.ill get back to you when i try it

Sage 2014-09-03 2 points DOS version

How do you install this speech pack using DOSbox???

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