I'm selling it because it wasn't really the type of game for me. But yeah, the music's great ;) --- "Y'know, there's three ways not to be stupid. 1. Stay in school. 2. Stay in school. 3. Don't forget 1 and 2." - Sonic the Hedgehog
there is a way to delete files, by saving over them. thats the only way i think there is.
*Optional Paragraph starts* but, where are selling it? if ever sell games, its to a thrift store of something. i never sell to GameStop, and for obvious reasons. my brother went to there with 5 old(2004)PS2 games, and got 80 cents. not even enough for a Mountain Dew! it was outragous. but, thats just my hatred for GS. *Optional Paragraph ends* --- Observation: I am awesome. Not changing my sig until Professor Layton 2 is confirmed/rejected. (1/18/2009)
To recap from the recent thread "is there a way to delete my save file? (sorry if this has been asked before)" and several other threads asking this ...
As Psionic_Wookie said, you can just start a 'new game' and save over the existing save slot(s)
For players who purchase a second hand game that has, say, all three save slots fill and you only want one slot to show, it is possible to delete a save slot by corrupting the save (this could be considered risky however and just overwriting the slot is better)
--- Professor Layton and the Curious Village DS Illustrated Walkthrough http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com
Isn't there a way to corrupt your save? Like putting off your DS when saving? --- -My name is an abbrevation of Kudo(Shinichi Kudo) and Origami(Name I use on other forums). Stupid name huh >_> Yakuza franchise is under appreciated!!!