Flashcard for GBA SP

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  1. jjmaia
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    Hi there.

    What would be better?

    Thank you.
     
  2. Speculant

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    Carrots.
     
  3. _Chaz_

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    Agreed.
     
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    Agreed.
     
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    Schizoanalysis From somewhere inside the rabbit hole...

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    Lettuce is also OK... but it is not as orange as carrots.
     
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    dont forget the bacon bitz for the lettuce and carrots [​IMG] ............ MMMMMmmmm BACON
     
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  8. jjmaia
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    Lol, funny...

    Now seriously, what flashcard would you recommend? I use Ackard on DS and i like it, have already used Supercard and i liked it to.

    Thanks.
     
  9. Speculant

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    Ezflash IV.
     
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    Supercard Mini-SD GBA
     
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    Ezflash IV if you want a good flashcart even if it's expensive (about $50 USD)
    Supercard Mini-SD if you want a cheap flashcart for casual playing (about $15 USD)

    I bought a Supercard Mini-SD and it's ok for many games... the only problem is it lags a little in some games (mario kart is the only one i've tried which is completely unplayable in my opinion)... and i heard it has problems for pokemon games when you beat the elite's as in the save is lost in that point... it's a big difference in price soo get what your budget lets you and what you think will be fair for how much you will use it...
     
  12. jjmaia
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    I own a lot of GBA and GBC games, and i saw a GBA SP for only 20€ so i've bought it (because of the backlight, i had a normal GBA). Since I'm kind a collector the games are all in plastic sleeves, so i need a flashcard.

    I want to spend the minimal possible since i have already spend money on the games, the only thing i want is ti be able to play GBA and GB/GBC games, saving whenever i want would be good to.

    Thanks for the help so far.
     
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    Supercard SD Rumble is only for DS games.
     
  15. jjmaia
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    I can't find it anywhere...
     
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    I recommend the EZ Flash IV wholeheartedly. Hard to find, but so worth the money.
     
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    SuperCard lags in heaviest GBA games, you´ll regret getting it.

    Ez-flash IV doesn´t lag in anything, has better design/memory hardware.

    So yes, go for EZ-flash IV (almost same to EZ-3 in 1)