Dingoo A320 vs GBA expansion pack?

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Jul 30, 2010
  1. Bluestainedroses
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    Well. i looked into getting a dingoo A320 a while ago from shoptemp (one of the only internet-buy sites i trust.) But it was mostly because of the GBA emulation. So i'm wondering now what would emulate GBA games better, the A320 or a GBA expansion pack? Also, i heard that there's a handful of games on the NDS that use expansion packs too.


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  2. Krestent

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    The Expansion Pack. There's no emulating needed, as the games play natively.
     
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    Does it also runs smoother then the A320 Dingoo? If so, my choice might be harder or easier depending on the answer.
     
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    yes, its already playing on gba hardware unlike the dingoo
     
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    I actually ment a GBA expansion pack on a DS not on a GBA.
     
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    well it's common sense ain't it? of course the gba games will play better on it's native hardware compared to emulation, so the gba slot 2 is better, if you don't have a slot 2 i prefer the psp for it's bigger screens [​IMG]
     
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    there is gba hardware in the DS and DSL [​IMG]
     
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    I think i'm going with the Dingoo, i think. It seems that i got alotta money today so now i can buy it and still have enough for other stuff i plan to buy.

    Also, it has a wonderswan and ColecoViseon Color emulator. So i'm buying both.
     
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    Why not buy a GBA SP+ and a EZ-Flash 4? I think for GBA it's the best solution.
     
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    Well. I already have a flashcart and seeing it's still working like a charm, i have no intention of replacing it anytime soon. However, i thought the Dingoo would be a nice addition to my gaming set anyway. As i found alot of really neat homebrew for it on dingoo-scene and Dingoocity. The expansion pack i have a couple more reasons to buy.
     
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    I got a Dingoo A-320 several months, It is wonderful to play games with my lovely A. Besides, my A has the most features of MP4. Thus, my A320 = a handheld game console + a MP4. More then cosy-effective. [​IMG]
     

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