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If I'm right I think it's the system. You can say it's the SD card but it's just stored there. I don't think you can take the SD card out and put it in another 3DS and play what was on there. That's why there's a system transfer.
I shall not change this until Mega Man Legends 3 is out and in stores. I think this is gonna be here for awhile. Started June 10th, 2010
Demon_Hunter94 posted... It is tied to the console. If it breaks you will have to send it in to Nintendo to get all your games back.
I would assume it checks if the SD card matches up. So what if you formatted your system, removed the SD card, deleted the Nintendo thing, but kept your games on it, or do the games also have a code that checks your 3DS?
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