Flashcart to use?

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by brianBTB, Sep 1, 2011.

  1. brianBTB
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    Hey everybody,
    I've done research but I'm really bad at finding things online because I have a bad short term memory after a head injury about 3 months ago.
    I'm looking for a flashcartridge which works on a 3ds but also a ds/dsi and plays ds and 3ds games.

    I'm also wanting real time menus for pulling up guides etc while playing, and also fast updates to make it compatible for new games etc.

    Any sigestions?

    Brian
     
  2. machomuu

    machomuu Drops by occasionally

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    None of them can play 3DS games. The closest thing you're looking for is a Supercard DSTWO. It can do all of that, minus the 3DS games.
     
  3. DarkStriker

    DarkStriker GBAtemp's Kpop lover!

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    Or buy the cheap Acekard2i and wait for 3DS hack while u play on it.
     
  4. brianBTB
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    So that card will work if someone makes a 3ds hack?
     
  5. kevan

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    Probally not but slight chance.
     
  6. Ron

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    Yeah, get a DSTWO, AK2i doesn't have real-time menus.
     
  7. DarkStriker

    DarkStriker GBAtemp's Kpop lover!

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    I highly doubt ANY carts will work for the 3DS becasue those carts will obviously get a re-release with a firmware that doesnt work with other DS carts. Those flashcarts maker wants money so they wont let it slip no matter what. The only way to make it work with 3DS is that someone finds a way to replace those built-in firmware with one that reads 3DS roms. But for now lets just leave it that 3DS is unhackable and you shouldnt think about that yet.
     
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    Ok so I guess I'll get a DSTWO, but the website's bad english makes me wary...
    Where should I buy?
     
  9. DarkStriker

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    A link from here. Go to ShopTemp and find the cheapest one there. I still recommend Acekard2i becasue its cheaper by a huge mile and saves you alot of money that you can waste on a 3DS flashcart if it ever comes out. Do get DSTWO if you intend to use alot of homebrews/GBA games. I dont find real-time menus useful unless you intend to cheat.
     
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    Flash carts originate from china, bad english is pretty standard.
     
  11. Ron

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    It's quite ironic that the Cyclo is like the only DS Flashcart that has good English on it's site, but it's an overpriced cart that isn't that good. The only perk of the Cyclo , is that the CycloDS iEvo has DSi Mode.
     
  12. NDS-Gear

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    I agree with this - the Supercard DSTWO is probably your best bet [​IMG]
     
  13. syrusch

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    If you want to play only with DS Games, an AK2i will be a good choice. Even an r4i Gold.

    If you want to play GBA, SNES, DOS Games and watch Movies then buy a DSTWO [​IMG]