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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by EnigmaXtreme, Mar 31, 2011.
Is there anyway to play GBA cartridges on a DSi/3DS like an adaptor or something?
of course not.
You're talking restoring a function not present since the DSLite, and no amount of hacking would allow it.
And if there were a way, you'd have to open it up and solder wires.
You can try the DSTWO for gba emulation, but it's not perfect yet.
Just curious, looks like ill just buy a DSlite then....
What are you talking about? Of course it's possible.
It doesn't exist because no coder actually wants to bother to recode an entire GBA engine when you can just get another system. It's not worth the effort.
All the emulation work is already done as there are plenty of open source GBA emulators already out there. The hard part is optimizing it to work with the meager resources of the Nintendo DS. If we could make DSi homebrew I'm sure we'd have a GBA emulator already since the faster CPU and extra RAM would give you a lot more breathing room. Once the 3DS is open for homebrew, I bet we'll get some nice GBA emulators. Probably PSX and N64, too.
we can, we have one, it's not usable
Are you talking about this?
Still seems pretty new, I'd give it some time before you give up on it.
you can glue a NDSL to tthe bottom of your 3DS and call it an addon.
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Get an SCDS2 and use it on the 3DS.
YES! I am SO doing that.
Well until they start making a GOC (GBA On a Chip) like they do with the NOC (NES On a Chip) solution, we won't find anything useful really meaningful to use.
To sum up this thread...
No there is no way to hook up GBA games to 3DS directly and there never will be.