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Old 09-13-02, 05:21 PM
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Game Cube/Memory Card question

My boyfriend and I each have a game of Eternal Darkness on the same memory card. He's beated his (once) and I'm almost done. Is there any way to delete his game from my card? He's got his on a new memory card, and i want to be able to play the game three times on my own.
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There's seperate save slots on the same mem card for Eternal Darkness.

You have to beat it 3 times on the same save file to get the best ending, so his save file won't affect yours at all.

When you beat it the first time, go to new game after the credits and it will give you the option to import data, repeat again to get the best ending.

To answer your original question, there is no way to delete his files that I'm aware of, unless there's a menu option to do so in the game. I can't check as I sold it after beating it three times. Going to the GC memory manager thing will only allow you to delete the entire save file, which would wipe out your save as well.

But it doesn't matter as you have to beat it three times on the same save file to get the best ending and his save file won't affect yours to my knowledge.
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The only "delete" functionality within Eternal Darkness is via an insanity effect.
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Thanks for the info Josh. Thats exactly what I wanted to know.

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