Advantages of R4 over SC Lite?

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Mar 27, 2007
  1. gimpymoo
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    Other than it being 1slot, what are the advantages of an R4 over an SClite which I allready have?
     
  2. Modrak

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    100% compatibility, not beinged fucked by coverting games all the time...
     
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    Member jalaneme Female Gamer

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    drag and drop, more homebrew support, full support for wifi games, no patching needed, much bigger space for games.
     
  4. 4saken

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    I thought Supercard were like, Kings of Homebrew
     
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    But not the king of GBA playback.
     
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    lol, true, gba support sucks b*lls
     
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    At least the SCLITE has GBA [​IMG]
    Get an R4 though [​IMG]
     
  8. dunderhead

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    ^^ if you're gonna get a slot 2 device though, you're better off with something better like the m3 lite or g6 lite
     
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    Never said SCLITE was actually that good. It's decent at NDS playback though. M3/G6 slot 2 are better overall. The best solution on the market right now is a slot1 with the EZ-expansion
     
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    No passeme required, drag and drop, simple to use. lighter I believe.
     
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    From someone who's made that same leap, the biggest advantages are:

    - drag and drop with full compatibility (not having to patch roms or worry about settings is awesome)
    - better battery life
    - on screen brightness controls
     

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