@Kevtris, I'm not sure if this is intended, but there's a flow that allows you to quit a game without ever being prompted to save. It's a little convoluted to describe, but it actually happens quite naturally in practice:
1. Load a rom that has save ability (I picked The Legend of Zelda)
2. I wanted to start by modifying a video setting so I hit SELECT+DOWN to bring up the file browser. It prompts me if I want to "Save Game RAM?". I haven't done anything in the game yet, but I select "Yes".
3. I then hit START to enter the Settings menu. I change a setting and then hit SELECT to dismiss the Settings menu.
4. Then I play the game for awhile and make some progress, and eventually do an in-game save after dying.
5. Then I want to quit so I hit SELECT+DOWN. This time it takes me to back to the Settings menu (b/c that's where I was last), so I hit "A" to go back to the file browser.
6. Then I hit SELECT to quit the file browser and I get prompted with "Really Exit?", but there's never the prompt to save.
To save my game I would have had to know to do this instead for step 6:
6. Hit SELECT and pick "Back" when prompted to "Really Exit? to force the game to remain open
6.5. Then hit SELECT+DOWN to enter the file browser again. Because you're starting at the file browser this time it will prompt to "Save Game RAM?".
I imagine this issue is even more problematic (due to lack of menu prompt feedback) if you have "Always Save" selected instead of "Prompt" but I haven't tried it.
Edited by cacophony, Fri Mar 24, 2017 12:06 AM.