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Deleting I have fished the game and also passed it on to friends and am now wanting to sell it on but im not sure how to remove saved games, couls anyone help please

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Okay, first thing, this game does not actually have an option for deleting saved games. Silly, I know.

That being said, there is -a- way to delete saved data, though I do not recommend it because of possible damage to your cart. The best option is to simply start a new game and save it over your last.

If you still feel the need to delete your saved data, you can follow this procedure "at your own risk".

Start the game.
Load the saved file you want deleted.
Once the game is up, go to save the game again.
Select your save and hit "Save".
Now eject the game while its saving.
Restart the game, and try to load your save slot.
You should receive an error about the save being corrupted and deleted.

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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