Best GBA Flashcart?

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Oct 14, 2007

Best GBA Flashcart? by nexus7412369 at 2:32 AM (1,269 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. nexus7412369
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    I'm planning to get a gameboy micro to cram a hundred gba games onto but I don't know which one to get. I read all the reviews but it's a hard descision.
     
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    The GBA reviews are a bit outdated. If you want to cram hundreds of games on, you should get a card with external (removable) memory. You can use the M3 (mini SD or micro SD), the G6 Lite in a GBA case, EZIV mini SD or the larger capacity EZ3 cards.
     
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    Is one gb going to make the cut?
     
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    A gigabyte will if you want to store "hundred gba games". Don't get this confused with a gigabit, which is much less (ratio byte to bit is 1:8)
     
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    supercard?
     
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    People usually criticize Supercard for their below average GBA playback, so I would not recommend it if you are not interested in the DS side of it.
     
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    I know, EZFlash IV Deluxe is NDS and GBA, so if it works as just GBA, I'd definately recommend that. I've got that as a Slot 2 solution and the only problem I came across was with the NES Classics.
     
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    Yes the EZFlash IV mini SD has both DS and GBA, but if you put it in a GB Micro, it will boot to the GBA menu (obviously it cannot run the DS mode)
     
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    i back up 4saken on this. i used to have a g6 lite for my micro but then i gave it all away. i got myself a new micro and the next fc i'm going for is the m3 lite because you can use micro sd chips (alot easier to manage).

    also, you can skin the m3 lite! WHOO!!!
     

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