Any way to get Xenoblade to fit on a 16gb card?

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  1. gbazone
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    Compressed the game is only 7gb! But it expands to 18 something. I only have 16GB cards around...
     
  2. KiiWii

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    If you can't delete unneeded languages and any other junky files: Buy a bigger one.

    Considering you aren't payin for the games you could at least buy the required hardware.
     
  3. Omegadrien

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    Maybe if you remove musics, voices, movies... XD
    Nope, buy a 32 GB SD card, or play the disc/eShop version!
     
  4. Tomy Sakazaki

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    Easy solution, buy at least one 32gb SD. They are cheap almost everywhere (even in Brazil I must say, and we had a ridiculous rise in the Dollar exchange rates, 64gb and above are kinda expensive even the slowest ones).
     
  5. gbazone
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    I just ordered a 32gb high speed San Disk card from Amazon for £12.99!
     
  6. loler55

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    a high speed 64gb costs 19.99euro not a good deal
     
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    Ahh dang I only have a 4GB SD card that can barely hold anything. I need to buy a new one!
     
  9. Originality

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    On Amazon, 32GB Class 10 SD cards are around £7-10, where as U3 speed SD cards are £12-20. So, depending on which SD card he bought, it's not necessarily a bad deal. On the other hand, go into any retail store (like Argos or Curries) and you tend to look at around £25-35 for 32GB SD cards.