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Even so, I still don't believe it's much of an issue though. Another example (less "fail-ful"):
In Japan there were two editions of the Final Fantasy X;
1. The game itself
2. A game with a few additional extras/refinements.
Essentially, as mentioned above, it doesn't seem unfathomable that a save file couldn't be used from the original in the later installment, but one couldn't, and the game still sold well. The same actually holds for Metal Gear Solid 2 & 3, with their original games and then their re released versions. The fact that save files couldn't transfer was not an issue.
I hope I don't appear with a hostile attitude, I just like a friendly argument.
+One could not import files from Super Mario World to Super Mario All-Stars [games featured on the SNES]
That being one of my all-time favortie games: it did not bother me that I could not re-use my save file from it's original in the bundle pack presented. Thus, I think it should not really be a problem to true friends, or people who honestly/earnestly want to purchase this game.
Yay for updates!
Anywhoo, I'm glad to hear that this next game will be more difficult. I could definitely see a re-hash of some Super Mario World maneuvers here, such as the sacrifice of Yoshi to attain some secret star.