Digital version of Nintendo Land

#1MaDmAtHiEuPosted 10/5/2013 9:32:11 PM
I have nintendo land that was included with my deluxe version but I want to get the digital version, do you know if my savefile will be transfered?
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#2ProtoManEXE88Posted 10/5/2013 9:51:13 PM
You're going to spend $50 on a digital version of a game you can get for $15?
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#3MaDmAtHiEu(Topic Creator)Posted 10/5/2013 9:57:23 PM
I want all my games to be digital. I'll sell the other version
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#4Jacob46719Posted 10/5/2013 10:08:12 PM
MaDmAtHiEu posted...
I want all my games to be digital. I'll sell the other version


don't. it isn't worth your time.
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#5lionheart5656Posted 10/5/2013 10:31:33 PM
You want...all your games to be digital...on a console that will laugh at you when it breaks down and you lose all your games because Nintendo ties it to the hardware?

Well golly, it sure is swell to have a smart person like you on this earth.
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#6cjplayaPosted 10/5/2013 10:47:30 PM
I want to do the same as I have 3 kids and dont want to waste money on games they cant take care of. If my system breaks I will just stick woth my playstation 3 and not buy nintendo systems anymore for them not carong about customers like me
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#7Thunderbird8Posted 10/5/2013 11:06:27 PM
The save file is independent of the version of the game you have. Unlike 3DS games, the same save data can be read by either physical or digital versions of the same game, since you can't save data on the disc itself ;).

Note: The eShop will try to download the game to the same place that the save file is located. If your system memory doesn't have a lot of room, you will get an error message partway through the purchase process (Note: If you don't have funds in your eShop account prior to purchase, this error message comes up BEFORE the message about not having enough funds does).

Nintendo Land requires 3417MB of space (final size might be smaller, but this is the amount that the eShop will ask for), so if you don't have that much space in your memory and that's where the save file is, you'll either need to free up space, or move the save file to an external drive.
#8Stink_ApePosted 10/6/2013 3:07:53 AM
From: lionheart5656 | Posted: 10/6/2013 1:31:33 AM | #005
You want...all your games to be digital...on a console that will laugh at you when it breaks down and you lose all your games because Nintendo ties it to the hardware?

Except you don't lose your games. If your system breaks you send it to Nintendo for repair or replacement and all your stuff is saved or transferred.
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#9Pete41608Posted 10/6/2013 10:06:28 AM
I got the Deluxe Nintendo Land bundle back on February 1st. Traded in Nintendo Land disc to download digital instead.

All digital for me, between external memory and system memory I've used 101GB.

I trust in Nintendo's home & handheld consoles when it comes to durability. Never personally had one break (yet) in 24 years.

Also at least 500GB's on my TB HDD in my PS3 is from digital content.

All digital 3DS too.

All 3 consoles still running like champs.
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#10lionheart5656Posted 10/6/2013 11:34:00 AM
Stink_Ape posted...
From: lionheart5656 | Posted: 10/6/2013 1:31:33 AM | #005
You want...all your games to be digital...on a console that will laugh at you when it breaks down and you lose all your games because Nintendo ties it to the hardware?

Except you don't lose your games. If your system breaks you send it to Nintendo for repair or replacement and all your stuff is saved or transferred.


There are hundreds of stories of Nintendo screwing up one or two games by accident and refusing to give the customer the games they lost in the repair process.

You are completely delusional if you think Nintendo is in anyway trustworthy with digital content at the moment.
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