DSi 1.4.3 is out!

Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by Sop, Jun 30, 2011.

  1. siamese

    siamese GBAtemp Regular

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    DSTwo works on 1.4.3, so it isn´t blocked. Any chance of updating the very first post? [​IMG]
     
  2. ManFranceGermany

    ManFranceGermany Atheist, Socialist and pro EU!

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  3. Ziggy Zigzagoon

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    A DSOne is blocked... but I am leaving for the Dominican Republic tomorrow!
     
  4. nitrozz

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    Thank to all god we have dstwo
     
  5. how_do_i_do_that

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    They waited until the EZ-Team released thier update to 1.4.2 then killed everything with the 1.43.

    Not suprised at the update so soon after 1.4.2.
     
  6. stanleyopar2000

    stanleyopar2000 Dirty Weeb ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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    dammit..I was thinking about Inchworm Animation [​IMG]
     
  7. Wintrale

    Wintrale GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    There are still games being released for it. They'll only stop updating the DSi when companies stop releasing games for it (which may never happen given how the DS is as successful as the PS2 and we know that still sells tens of thousands every week).
     
  8. KamiKazeKenji

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    It's funny - Nintendo admires Sony's wonderful attempts at blocking piracy SOO MUCH, that they are going the same route. [​IMG] This is definitely going to stop the people who use flashcards, because the majority of them have no idea how one works, or how to patch theirs. It all makes perfect sense! A very good time and effort spent, which couldn't be spent any better.
     
  9. how_do_i_do_that

    how_do_i_do_that Blue Wizard is about to die.

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    Well with bone headed decisions like this one:
    http://www.facebook.com/Nintendo/posts/126089684142160

    How can you not turn to pirating something so you can play it in a country that will never get a certain game.

    If you don't know what the 3 games are:
    Xenoblade
    The Last Story
    Pandora's Tower



    This post is off topic. don't waste your time replying to it.
     
  10. doyama

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    A translation effort for such games would be a massive undertaking. You need to justify the cost of this undertaking vs how much money you would make selling the game in foreign markets. Obviously the markets for these games would be quite limited, so you do the numbers and conclude it is not a good business decision to do so.

    You're simply justifying your piracy with a non-sequitor.
     
  11. Kayot

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    With how Sony lags in sales and makes enemies on a daily basis, I don't think anyone should follow their business model.

    I think this is more like Microsoft's strategy of, "We'll try to stop you but we won't really go out of our way to do something that could be both costly and ineffective and you might see as a challenge and not just us protecting our system or IP."
     
  12. Guild McCommunist

    Guild McCommunist (not on boat)

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    It's not like Microsoft BANS you from Xbox Live and basically forces you to buy a new console if you want to play Xbox Live games again? Also, it's not like Nintendo has been updating their systems (Wii at least) to stop backup loading before there were any issues with Sony's consoles (meaning hacking and piracy).

    There's nothing wrong with a company combating piracy or any device that can allow piracy. If you pirate games you have to live with some of the minor roadblocks that come with it.
     
  13. Red_Gh0st

    Red_Gh0st GBAtemp Regular

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    DSTWO fix has been released.

    Dont know if you guys already know this
     
  14. machomuu

    machomuu Drops by occasionally

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    It has been posted numerous times in this thread.
     
  15. Red_Gh0st

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    I guess posting it one more time doesn't hurt [​IMG]
     
  16. kashiboy

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    can somebody find out if R4i SDHC v1.4.1 works on the new version
     
  17. eggsample

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    If R4i 1.4.1 update was necessary to work with DSi 1.4.2
    so R4i 1.4.1 it can not work until you update r4i to 1.4.3
     
  18. Qtis

    Qtis Grey Knight Inquisitor

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    Except if some of those games were already translated for the EU market. Don't live in the US, but still I consider it a bit odd that they don't bother to make the release international..

    Wondering actually when the iEvo will be updated for the newest 3DS update (for DS mode) and this update (for DS mode). Well at least I have other consoles to keep me occupied. :3


    -Qtis
     
  19. Tom

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    there will always be usable headers,always
     
  20. codezer0

    codezer0 Gaming keeps me sane

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    It would be nice if someone made them "put their money in their mouth" and demonstrate HOW these updates actually improve performance and stability.

    Hell, we all know that such writing is basically code for "blocking ur shit", but I think it'd be interesting to see them back up their claims with some kind of benchmark of performance before and after said updates.
     
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