DSTWO -Pokémon Emerald ROM linking possible?

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Apr 4, 2011
  1. Basinator
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    Hi!

    I already tested the linking of an Emerald original cartridge with a SS ROM which worked fine with the actual firmware.

    However, I wonder: Is it possible to link an Emerald ROM gamestate with a NDS ROM? Because I am thinking of replaying that great game but I want to keep the old savegame.

    Thanks for your time & reply.
     
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    Think logically.
    The Nintendo DS can't multitask, so your answer is probably no.
    You can't enter the GBA emulator while you're playing your Nintendo DS Pokémon game.
     
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    Moment - Who says that the SC DSTWO needs to emulate Emerald in order to use the Pal Park? Access to the savefile should be sufficient.
     
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    Then you would need a Slot-2 cartridge for that, but I don't think it's possible even if you have one.
     
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    No it isn't. The 4th gen Pokemon games require a genuine cart to be inserted to access Pal Park. A sav file or a fake cart just will not do it.
     
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    # Q?How to use GBA linkage function?
    # A?Usage: NAME.nds, NAME.nds.gba, NAME.nds.gba.sav. These three files are DS game file, GBA game file, GBA game save. NAME which can be user defined. This feature is selected by the user to open, choose the interface in the start menu, select System Settings option.
    From SuperCard DStwo FAQ
    http://eng.supercard.sc/manual/dstwo/faq.htm
    Wouldn't that work?
     
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    With a slot-2 cart.
     

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