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1. Posted: Wed 31st Aug 2011 21:05 BST
How can I save my progress in 3DS Virtual Console game Super Mario Bros. ?I just can't find it out, thank you for your help.
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2. Posted: Wed 31st Aug 2011 21:13 BST
Super Mario Bros. didn't have a save ability. I also heard where there's no Restore Points for the NES games and that they won't come until a later update.
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3. Posted: Wed 31st Aug 2011 21:24 BST
There is a code for infinite continues. I think you hold A and press start right after getting game over. You'll start right back at whatever world you died in. Also the game will auto save when exiting to the 3DS menu.
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4. Posted: Wed 31st Aug 2011 21:31 BST
While you're playing, hit the HOME button, then close it with the X button or 'Close', and when you open it up again it should be at the same spot. Should work for all 3DS VC games, and it'll have to do for NES games before the full VC menu is made available later in the year.
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5. Posted: Wed 31st Aug 2011 21:34 BST
Okayy no need to rub it in for those who havent recieved the Ambassador programme yet Man refreshing the nlife page hundreds of times still dosent make it come any quicker
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6. Posted: Wed 31st Aug 2011 22:31 BST
Okayy no need to rub it in for those who havent recieved the Ambassador programme yet Man refreshing the nlife page hundreds of times still dosent make it come any quicker I hate you NOE
What are you talking about? This is a discussion on saving progress for a 3ds virtual console game. You didn't have to comment. Most of us don't care.
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