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Old Feb. 21, 2010, 03:31 PM   #1
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Every time I make an attempt at going as far as I can on the Energy Converter mini-game on Megaman ZX, one of two things always seems to happen; either I accidentally quit or the game cartridge is temporarily no longer recognized as being inserted (either by the DS system or by my AR). This is the, I believe, fourth time this has happened.

And it makes wonder if I'm not meant to go so far on that mini-game. As I doubt anyone could make it to the hundreds or farther without the use of something, such as a cheat device, to slow the game down; that is unless they're extremely skilled.

Anyways, does anybody else also think that I'm not meant to go that far?
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Old Feb. 21, 2010, 03:41 PM   #2
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Uh, the game no longer recognizing the cartridge as being inserted isn't ordinary.
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Old Feb. 21, 2010, 07:26 PM   #3
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This is a blazingly stupid question. Your game is ****ed, it's not the programming.
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Old Feb. 21, 2010, 08:34 PM   #4
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Every time I make an attempt at going as far as I can on the Energy Converter mini-game on Megaman ZX, one of two things always seems to happen; either I accidentally quit or the game cartridge is temporarily no longer recognized as being inserted (either by the DS system or by my AR). This is the, I believe, fourth time this has happened.

And it makes wonder if I'm not meant to go so far on that mini-game. As I doubt anyone could make it to the hundreds or farther without the use of something, such as a cheat device, to slow the game down; that is unless they're extremely skilled.

Anyways, does anybody else also think that I'm not meant to go that far?
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Old Feb. 26, 2010, 01:41 PM   #5
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I leave the game in sleep mode at nights; and even though nothing bumps the game cartridge overnight, there have been times where the game cartridge (and my AR) were still fully inserted into the DS but I'm still given that message when I bring my DS out of sleep mode.

Every time I accidentally quit or get that message, I have to start the Energy Converter mini-game over from the beginning; and it takes me several days (over 14 hours a day) of playing just to get back to where I was.
I've had to put aside my goal, of either beating the mini-game or until I'm beaten by the mini-game, once again due to the bad luck I always seem to have at some point during it.
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