BEST Gba Games Solution?

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Dec 22, 2007

BEST Gba Games Solution? by Ducky at 3:35 PM (1,052 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. Ducky
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    I recently got a DS Lite Navy blue , And I also had an R4DS before that with 2GB microSD card..

    Now i'm thinking about something that plays GBA games , I don't need the rumble feature and all that , cause i'll probably won't use it at all.. But i'll be happy for something that also holds a MicroSD card , But thats not a must.

    So i'll organize it..

    1 Must play alot of GBA games
    2 If it can play many good homebrews it will be a good addup..
    3 I don't need rumble , but it could be a nice feature.
    4 Something cheap..
    5 If it has a MicroSD card slot it will be nice ( doesn't have to..)
    6 I don't need anything that is right now ... I can wait about 1 mounth or so if you know of anything will come on the future.
     
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    Get the eWin Expansion Ram. It has all the features you're looking for and it's much easier to use than EZ 3-in-1. It's like $18 or so.
     
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    How is the EZ-Flash 3-in-1 hard to use?

    1. Drag ROM into GBATA
    2. Check to see if it needs to be patched, if so patch
    3. Plop ROM in gba folder in your Slot-1
    4. Run Rudolph's 3-in-1 Tool through your Slot-1, if the game is 16mB or less, use PSRAM, if it is more than that, use NOR.
     
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    I use an M3 Lite/M3 Simply combo and just switch out the micro sd depending on what I want to play. Find the Lite great for GBA and also it was great for NDS too before the Simply was released.
     
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    I suggest an M3 Lite if you absolutely must have a real Slot 2 cart (uses microSD cards to run media) to go with your R4, but if not then I suggest an EZFlash 3in1. It is only one dollar more expensive than the EWin and it has rumble and better GBA compatibility. It is a little more complicated than the EWin as the ROMs need to be patched with the EZ4 client, but it is a really good quality GBA solution and it is very cheap.
     
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    M3 Lite is wayyyyyyyyyyy too expensive, Probably eWin or EZFlash 3in1..
     
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    The eWin comes in Ice Blue if you want it to match

    EDIT: Woops I mean navy [​IMG]
     
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    Yeah... I wish that was my problem >.
     

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