Do most Gamecube games not support both memory card slots?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by BryceOne, Jul 30, 2012.

  1. BryceOne
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    Do most Gamecube games not support both memory card slots? I have 2 Gamecube memory cards in my Wii.. The first card is almost full, but they second card is fairly empty. However, most games dont even bother checking Slot B for a card, it just asks if you wish to continue without saving or something like that.
     
  2. TheRedfox

    TheRedfox Admire our great leader ;o;

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    Nope
    Most gamecube games has the weird logic to check slot 2 if there's a second player, just swap cards
     
  3. xwatchmanx

    xwatchmanx The Dark Souls of GBAtemp

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    Generally, Slot B memory cards are reserved for "extra" data for certain games, such as taking screenshots in Super Smash Bros. Melee. That's why most games say something like "make sure there's a memory card in Slot A..." when asking to save, or whatever.
     
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