Super Mario 64 Sixtyforce Save

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Oct 12, 2012
  1. Wellington2k
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    Hello!

    Does anyone have the Sixtyforce save file for Super Mario 64?

    I really need it.

    Thanks!
     
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    Good luck with getting one of those… It's hard to even know which one is the right save…

    Do you need it to be a 100% complete save?
     
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    No.

    As long as it's above 8 stars, it'll work.
     
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    If I may ask, why do you need such a save so badly? It takes less than an hour to get that many, at least in my experience.
     
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    I need it for some recordings of the game.

    And it is quite difficult to get 8 stars using a keyboard.
     
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    I understand.

    That said, I know this is probably a "well, duh" statement, but have you considered just grabbing a usb game controller? A decent 3rd party xbox 360 USB controller will work great on PC, as will a typical dualshock-clone USB controller by Logitech, and they're all roughly only $20 or so.
     
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    I could do that.

    That would be a last resort, though.
     
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    That's pretty dang awesome, do you have that and use it regularly?
     
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    It's certainly better than the knockoff N64 USB controllers, that's for sure. the reviews on those are terrible.
     
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    Yes sir i use it everytime i play and it works perfectly for me.The build on it is little weak (as in can break easy) but for the price its pretty darn good i think.
     
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    An Xbox 360 controller works great. (so does ps3)
     
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    I am one of those people, when I put in a game for another console, I'm trying to play that game with that console's controller. I still have difficulty playing some N64 games as a result of it.
     
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    On games where the C buttons are used for the camera, sure. Otherwise, it's a pain to have to move the right stick in one of four directions to jump (Super Smash Bros) or use items in battle (Zelda). Sure, you get used to it, but it's still a pain, at least in my opinion (having used a dual stick controller to emulate N64 games).
     
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    I'll agree about the C stick thing (especially in zelda) but its good enough lol....
     
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