Remember that controversy over Capcom’s Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D’s file save system? It would appear that Capcom has seen the error of their ways. Capcom US Vice President Christian Svensson has since commented on the affair, and It looks like we won’t be seeing a delete-proof save file from them again any time soon.
In a video posted on Capcom Unity, Svensson said:
I think it’s also fair to say in light of the controversy it’s generated I don’t think you’re going to see something like this happening again.
Mercenaries isn’t the only game with a non-deletable save file, but it is the most well-known. There are few other Capcom and Sega games on the DS/3DS that have the same problem. However, none of those games have been as popular as the new Resident Evil title.
source: Nintendo Life
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