DSTWO + hype ROCKET (because trains are lame)

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yeah, basically if they have something that blows away the competition i could overlook a bit of copying, but if they copy just to offer 99% the exact same features, imo that's just as shameful as being a clone team like R4 DE, as i said i would prefer to support the team who forward the scene at the core of it by finding new system exploits, not just the team who can make a fancy menu's based on other's work

hopefully they have new exploits so there is actual competition, but every team relying on gateway to do the hard work finding exploits just to copy them will suck
But people like fancy menus :P
 

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Maybe a small speaker that plays a cool sound when you boot the flashcart? (so redundant, lol)
one of these
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comes with free david hasselhoff calender*

* from 1986
The beginning is a bit of a slog, but sets up the rest of the video well. notice also that on America's Got Talent two of the judges are from the UK. Considering it's yet another thing my country "stole" as a TV show, it makes sense :P
 
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Right now I'm debating buying an old DSTWO as an upgrade over my Gateway blue card so that I can play GBA games or simply waiting to see what this DSTWO+ might be. From the "supposed" feature list floating around, it does not appear that this will have native GBA support, but it doesn't seem unreasonable since the DSTWO can emulate GBA games well and even the Gateway blue card can do so, just with a lot less performance.
 

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Right now I'm debating buying an old DSTWO as an upgrade over my Gateway blue card so that I can play GBA games or simply waiting to see what this DSTWO+ might be. From the "supposed" feature list floating around, it does not appear that this will have native GBA support, but it doesn't seem unreasonable since the DSTWO can emulate GBA games well and even the Gateway blue card can do so, just with a lot less performance.
Honestly, it's hard to beat the DSTWO in terms of firmware compatibility and most cases of emulation on the 3DS. Plus, good DS mode support on 3DS/N3DS.
 

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Honestly, it's hard to beat the DSTWO in terms of firmware compatibility and most cases of emulation on the 3DS. Plus, good DS mode support on 3DS/N3DS.

I really do want it, I'm just worried that I'll drop my dollars and then the new hotness will come out right after.
 

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