EZ Flash IV Client 21/09/2006 Released

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Sep 21, 2006
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    EZ Flash IV Client 21/09/2006 Released

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    A new version of the EZ Flash IV series client has been released, labelled for 21/09/2006.
    Here's what's new:
     
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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but this is the first GBA link feature in a flashcart. That's pretty sweet work. EZ4 FTW!

    .8mm is worth good features and compatibility!

    To add to the list posted, MegamanZX links with Megaman Zero 3 and 4 to unlock extra bosses.
     
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    I've had a problem with the new client and Castlevania. See this thread.
     
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    Does saving in pokemon work?
     
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    You're wrong...

    G6 and M3 have this option in their last update.
     
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    Supercard has a limited GBA-Linkage feature too. For example, I was able to unlock the Mona-Video in Wario Ware Touched with it, but everything that requires the GBA-Save to be read/written does not work.
     
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    I dont understand a single word of this topic.
    What is gbalink and why should I care?
     
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    Well make client updates illegal when your not around [​IMG]

    It allows GBA->DS compatibility through linking certain games , put a GBA cartride into GBA slot and a DS cartridge in the DS slot and you get something nice with certain games (like pokemon dungeon Red -> Blue )

    [​IMG]
     
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    Having issues with trying the link with Megaman ZX and Megaman Zero 4. I can open the door and walk through it, even get as far as trying to enter an actual boss fight, but that's where I get a freeze. Anyone else try this?
     
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    hi there.. i'm also quite lost here with the gbalink thing... does it mean.. we can play a whole new game by combining 2 different game??
     
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    Some DS games offer unlockable secrets if there is a particular GBA game just sitting in the GBA slot.

    For example, in Castelvania: Aria of Sorrow.
    If you start a new game while the GBA game Castelvania: Dawn of Sorrow is in the GBA slot you get an item (on the DS game) that you normally can't get until much later.

    Another example, in Megaman ZX.
    Close to the end of the game there are two rooms that you cannot enter unless you have one of the GBA games Megaman Zero 3 or Megaman Zero 4 sitting in the GBA slot. In those rooms are the bosses from those respective GBA games that you can then fight.

    More may be unlocked or available depending on the game.
     

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