best emulators for dstwo

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Phil Shifley, Oct 3, 2013.

  1. Phil Shifley
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    Hello, I was wondering what the best GBA and SNES emulators are for the supercard dstwo. I know there are "official" and non-official, I just want to know out of all of them which are the best (which ones run the most games and don't glich or lag that much). Thanks, and if you could please provide a download link
     
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    Want us to install it for you and play the games as well ? Read the stickes and you will find your answer. Try each one and see how you like them.
     
  3. Phil Shifley
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    might as well while your at it... and after that tell me which are best? as I asked
     
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    Nope it's called read and learn. Plenty of info on here just by clicking that little search button, but I'm guessing you wanted it spoonfed to you.
     
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    thank you. I have done plenty of searching, although I do like to get back to real life once in a while, and may not have the time to look more.
     
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    I suggest checking out the un-official plugins such as TempGBA and CATSFC both work far better than the official with far more features and better emulation.
     
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    Ok, thanks again! There are vary many helpful people on here, and I wont be rude either now B-)
     
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    Lol k mom, and its not being rude its just being honest.
     
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    Then be helpful, GBAtemp is built on helping members, no matter how simple the question. The stickies are helpful, but in this case wouldn't quite fulfill his request to knowing if they are better or not. To be helpful you need to provide actual information on the question and in a respectful manor.
     
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    I'd take SNEmulDS over CATSFC for SNES emulation. Yeah, SNEmul has layering problems with some games, but most are still perfectly playable and run at full or nearly full speed. Nebuleon worked really hard on CATSFC and improved it a lot from what it used to be, but frameskip 2 always has to be on due to DSTWO hardware limitations, and I just can't get over the choppyness.