Best software for DS lite/DSi?

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by ScottFalco, Nov 8, 2009.

Nov 8, 2009
  1. ScottFalco
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    Newcomer ScottFalco Member

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    So, I lost my DS lite

    I wanna get a new DS, I used an r4

    But Im wondering what's best...
    Should I get another DS lite and flashcard?
    Or a dsi and flashcard?

    I figured since I lost it Id get a dsi since I need a new ds anyways
    But Ive heard its had alot of flashcard problems since Nintendos crackin down

    So is there a good flashcard for the dsi?
    Or should I just get a new ds lite and another flashcard (If so, whats the best ds lite flashcard?)
     
  2. TankTan38

    Newcomer TankTan38 Advanced Member

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    Well, on the DS/i choice, consider the following.
    If you want to still play GBA games, you have two choices, buy the DSi and the iPlayer flashcard, or buy the DS lite.
    But, for flashcards in general, I have an AK2i, but i'm thinking about getting a M3i Zero, which I want because of its amount of features over the AK2i.
     
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    I have a GBA SP if I want to play but if you get DSi, either M3i Zero or Ak2i would do the job (EZflash VI is good but their homebrew compatibility and menu display is a little....
     
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    Oh yeah- if you don't already know, all DSi flashcarts work on the DS as well.
    And also- DON'T BUY ANOTHER R4. Don't ask why, but I (and most of us) can guarantee that it will come back to get you. Just buy the (even cheaper) AceKard 2i if you want to save money.
     

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