Small 3DS Memory Blocks :( + Questions

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User Info: Tony76339

6 years ago#1
I have a total of 38 DSiWare Games on my 3DS. I can only play 27 of those games, because the 3DS Memory Block is so small. 11 of them are in my SD Card, and those can't be played. I wish the 3DS Memory Blocks hold more space.
Here's my question: When we get the 20 free games, are they going to be saved to the 3DS Memory Blocks? Or is it going to have Extra Data? I know they are not DSiWare Games, but is it going to have Extra Data?
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User Info: ShadowkhNinja

6 years ago#2
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User Info: Reptobismol

6 years ago#3
I find it hard to believe that 38 DSiWare games worth playing even exist.
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User Info: thedicemaster

6 years ago#4
the 20 free games are VC, and those can run off an sdcard.

User Info: toma13

6 years ago#5
Only DSiware runs off the system memory. It's a limitation the DSi also shares. Everything else can be run off the SD card.

I wish they would allow for it to be launched off the SD card by copying it to system memory like Wiiware, but I doubt it can happen. The fact that save data is stored in the same file as game data instead of a separate save file like in Wiiware messes with this I think.
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