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Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Goochee64, May 10, 2008.
Just went to their site and can not find any DS flashcarts.
Anyone heard anything?
Wow, maybe they got a notice from Nintendo, there's really nothing there but NDS accessories.
What on earth? I can't see any DS flashcards on their site either, only overpriced DS accessories.
I'd imagine DS flashcarts made up a large part of their profits, why would they get rid of them?
Uh-ohh! This smells of trouble...
This ain't good. If they got a notice from nintendo then sites like RHS or OZmodchips or gamersection.ca might get rid of DS flashcarts
Just imagine those who recent bought a flashcard from them but Gameyeeeah hasn't shipped it yet
If this is what I think it is, better buy all the flashcarts you guys want soon before they get hit, looks like I"m getting a RPG and a Cyclo sooner then I thought
Oh man. Are the authorities finally cracking down? D:
They where already, but they where only forbidding R4 because they probably thought only R4 exists
Hmm... This is perplexing.
Looks like you guys were panicking for nothing. They are based in China, so I doubt Nintendo is able to do anything to them.
well I ordered some m3 lites, I hope I get them.
This sucks. I wanted to buy a CycloDS soon.
GameYeeeah never sold Cyclo's.
But yeah the Flash Cards are back. Alot of them are still gone though. Kinda odd.
Your doubt is unfounded, as many retailers (and manufacturing plants) have been shut down due to China's recent crackdown on piracy.
This week i bought an R4DS card with Kingston Micro SD 2 GB at Gameyeeeah.com for 62.84 USD, now it is only 53 USD.. i used the 12% discount and still the price was 62.84 incl. shipping, so i guess the discount was no discount??
I read somewhere that Gameyeahh no longer sells flashcarts because of Nintendo crackdown. Not sure if it's true
nintendo can't do anything ever no matter where the store is located. the flash kit itself is not an illegal device. just like how you can walk into a head shop anywhere in america and buy a bong. if the site was say giving away free nds roms with each purchase then yea. or if the importing of the device was illegal due to some import law based on the electronics inside the device, then again yea they could do something.
Actually, thats not true. Have you been keeping up with the news lately? People said the same thing about tracker sites for BitTorrent and modchips and now look. The movie and game industries have been taking them to court and winning. Hell, this one tracker site was fined for 111 million USD dollars recent and The Pirate Bay, which is off in Sweden has been fined for 10 million or so. Also there were a plenty of modchip sites that lost court battles and were shut down.
Laws are changing in many countries and the music, movie and game industries are getting more and more influential people on their side. Now even if you make a product or host a service that is being used for piracy even though its not marketed for such, you can still get into legal trouble and get taken to court.