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So what is wrong with having the full roster at the start of the game?

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User Info: SearchBomber

SearchBomber
3 years ago#21
People who paid $60 for a primarily-multiplayer game won't get the rich single-player experience that they expect, silly.

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User Info: gamerboy100

gamerboy100
3 years ago#22
CaptainBang posted...
This was certainly not a problem in Melee or 64 thanks to the data being in a card/cartridge, but when it comes to Brawl? That's a massive problem because me and my friends can't play with the complete roster ASAP, making us either play with a limited roster or we play "Unlock the character" for an hour... neither of which are as fun as just playing every character.


Have you tried using an SD card? Those can be used as memory cards for the Wii.

User Info: SmallerRidley

SmallerRidley
3 years ago#23
From: gamerboy100 | #022
CaptainBang posted...
This was certainly not a problem in Melee or 64 thanks to the data being in a card/cartridge, but when it comes to Brawl? That's a massive problem because me and my friends can't play with the complete roster ASAP, making us either play with a limited roster or we play "Unlock the character" for an hour... neither of which are as fun as just playing every character.


Have you tried using an SD card? Those can be used as memory cards for the Wii.

Have you tried putting Brawl's save data on an SD card?
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User Info: P00DGE

P00DGE
3 years ago#24
SmallerRidley posted...
From: gamerboy100 | #022
CaptainBang posted...
This was certainly not a problem in Melee or 64 thanks to the data being in a card/cartridge, but when it comes to Brawl? That's a massive problem because me and my friends can't play with the complete roster ASAP, making us either play with a limited roster or we play "Unlock the character" for an hour... neither of which are as fun as just playing every character.


Have you tried using an SD card? Those can be used as memory cards for the Wii.

Have you tried putting Brawl's save data on an SD card?


Wait, is this ever even a problem to begin with? After about a month after Brawl came out, I have NEVER been in a situation where someone didn't have all the characters unlocked on their system anyway......

User Info: Dsurions_Wrath

Dsurions_Wrath
3 years ago#25
SmallerRidley posted...
From: gamerboy100 | #022
CaptainBang posted...
This was certainly not a problem in Melee or 64 thanks to the data being in a card/cartridge, but when it comes to Brawl? That's a massive problem because me and my friends can't play with the complete roster ASAP, making us either play with a limited roster or we play "Unlock the character" for an hour... neither of which are as fun as just playing every character.


Have you tried using an SD card? Those can be used as memory cards for the Wii.

Have you tried putting Brawl's save data on an SD card?


This. You can't copy Brawl's data onto an SD card. Unless you chose for your save file to be on it initially (I believe you can anyway, not sure how I can't remember since I had to re-unlock everything this past week due to getting a new copy) you're not getting it on there.
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User Info: ItsKaljinyuTime

ItsKaljinyuTime
3 years ago#26
You can't save Brawl data to an SD card. Same with Mario Kart Wii, I think. It has to do with online stuff, I think it was.
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User Info: SmallerRidley

SmallerRidley
3 years ago#27
From: P00DGE | #024
SmallerRidley posted...
From: gamerboy100 | #022
CaptainBang posted...
This was certainly not a problem in Melee or 64 thanks to the data being in a card/cartridge, but when it comes to Brawl? That's a massive problem because me and my friends can't play with the complete roster ASAP, making us either play with a limited roster or we play "Unlock the character" for an hour... neither of which are as fun as just playing every character.


Have you tried using an SD card? Those can be used as memory cards for the Wii.

Have you tried putting Brawl's save data on an SD card?


Wait, is this ever even a problem to begin with? After about a month after Brawl came out, I have NEVER been in a situation where someone didn't have all the characters unlocked on their system anyway......

Friends who didn't have Brawl in the first place wouldn't have save data.

I will say I never had a problem with it myself, because the Wii is easily portable.
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User Info: gamerboy100

gamerboy100
3 years ago#28
Dsurions_Wrath posted...
SmallerRidley posted...
From: gamerboy100 | #022
CaptainBang posted...
This was certainly not a problem in Melee or 64 thanks to the data being in a card/cartridge, but when it comes to Brawl? That's a massive problem because me and my friends can't play with the complete roster ASAP, making us either play with a limited roster or we play "Unlock the character" for an hour... neither of which are as fun as just playing every character.


Have you tried using an SD card? Those can be used as memory cards for the Wii.

Have you tried putting Brawl's save data on an SD card?


This. You can't copy Brawl's data onto an SD card. Unless you chose for your save file to be on it initially (I believe you can anyway, not sure how I can't remember since I had to re-unlock everything this past week due to getting a new copy) you're not getting it on there.


Oops, I didn't realize that. Sorry. :(

User Info: DarkAres_02

DarkAres_02
3 years ago#29
I think some sort of cloud save system or even memory card could alleviate this problem. I mean like TC mentioned, the N64 saved on the cartridge so you could carry your save data. Melee saved on the GCN memory card, so same deal. I think you can save Brawl data on a SD card? Not sure.

And not sure how save storage works on Wii U.
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User Info: justdontask

justdontask
3 years ago#30
im a big fan of the old fashioned cheat codes. you know, press up up down down left right left right A B start select, on the title screen. give us THAT for unlocking all characters, and the normal way. bring the disc to a friends house? use the code! using the disc on your own console? play the game!

this hurts nobody, cant take very long to add in on the devs side, and nobody can realistically be upset about this. its an OPTION.
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