To avoid damaging game info saved, hold in reset button as you turn power off.

#1DarkraiombPosted 9/14/2011 1:01:18 PM
This is for Legend of Zelda. Where's the reset button?
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#2TorchicBlazikenPosted 9/14/2011 1:03:02 PM
That was a weird thing with the NES where if you didn't press the reset button while you turned the power off, it wouldn't save. Since it's a Virtual Console, it doesn't have that problem and you don't have to pay any attention to it.
#3Flamingcow99Posted 9/14/2011 1:03:09 PM
The game is an emulation of the Nes one. Nes games with battery packs had that message to prevent corruption of save data.
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#4BroncavPosted 9/14/2011 1:10:11 PM
LOL

I just flashed back to being paranoid every freaking time I turned off my copy of Zelda and Zelda 2.
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#5TheMisfitPosted 9/14/2011 1:11:45 PM
The reset button is hidden inside the 3DS. You have to disassemble it during the save screen, push reset, then reassemble. A pain, I know.
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#6guncrashdxPosted 9/14/2011 1:12:54 PM
Broncav posted...
LOL

I just flashed back to being paranoid every freaking time I turned off my copy of Zelda and Zelda 2.


This. NES is as unreliable in saving as ****.
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