Best Lite GBA Solution

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Dec 11, 2006

Best Lite GBA Solution by Fatal at 5:36 AM (1,296 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. Fatal
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    Newcomer Fatal Advanced Member

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    So, I'm planning on buying a lite microsd slot 2 flash cart to play GBA games on my ds lite. I'm stuck between the EZ4 Lite Deluxe and the M3 Lite. Which one has better
    -GBA compatibility?
    -Homebrew?
    -DS compat.
    -Does either have RTC (I couldn't find anything about this on the M3.)
    -And for games like the new pokemon would it be able to link up with a ds game?
    Sorry for the questions but the EZ4 wiki isn't working for me for I figured Id ask people who might know the answers without it.
     
  2. corporalnanners

    Newcomer corporalnanners Newbie

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    I was about to post a similar question. I was looking at the EZ-flash IV lite deluxe vs. the Supercard. I'm mostly interested in GBA as well, as I figure I can always add a nice slot-1 later.
     
  3. SpaceJump

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    Stay away from Supercard in terms of GBA unless you want slowdowns and incompatibilities.

    The best chioces would be M3 or EZ4. EZ4 has the best GBA-compatibility where M3 is nearly as good. But M3 has real-time saves too.
     
  4. Vincent Vega

    Member Vincent Vega GBAtemp Regular

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    EZ Flash IV Lite and M3 Lite are good MicroSD solutions for NDS Lite to play GBA games.
    Both have same GBA and NDS compatibility, but M3 Lite has better homebrew compability and have RTC and RTS for GBA games.
    EZ Flash IV series donĀ“t have RTC and RTS save feature. Only EZ Flash II and EZ Flash III series have RTC feature but they do not have expandable/removable media card.
     
  5. corporalnanners

    Newcomer corporalnanners Newbie

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    Well, I put in an order for an EZ-Flash IV deluxe and a Hori case and cover. Thanks for the advice, and thanks to gbatemp.net! Real ultimate win has an est. delivery date of Friday.
     
  6. ghettobob

    Member ghettobob GBAtemp Regular

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    SuperCard Rumble Lite FTW!
     
  7. Vincent Vega

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    Rumble series does not have GBA support.
     
  8. ghettobob

    Member ghettobob GBAtemp Regular

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    oh, didnt see that they wanted to play GBA games. yeah m3 FTW in your case i guess :-/
     

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