GBA flash cart link wanted

Discussion in 'GBA - Console and Game Discussions, Help and Tips' started by Man1la, May 12, 2009.

  1. Man1la
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    gba obviously isn't the latest system out there so things such as gba flash carts must be hard to come by.

    i've already tried a website. i tried to get a flash cart from there. actually my friend purchased it (unless he stole my money...) anyways, i ended up never getting a flash cart and its possible that he never recieved it in the mail.

    can someone please give me a dependable link selling a good flash cart for gba about 1g size or so with a reasonable price?

    thanks.
     
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    They've both got their good and bad sides, SuperCard doesn't depend on an internal battery but EZFlash IV doesn't need to QPC (QuickPowerCycle). I like the SC miniSD over the EZ-Flash IV.
     
  7. Skye07

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    I got myself an eLink off DealExtreme to play Mother 3, I'm happy with it. It had some issues at first but then they updated their flashing software and it works like a charm now.
     
  8. santorix10

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    Well, try running CPU intensive games that fetch tons of data from ROM like Gunstar Super Heroes, and F-Zero: Climax. [​IMG] Almost every game I've tried on a Supercard (regular and MiniSD) has had some degree of lag. Though, I've found their cartridges to be sturdier than my EZ-Flash IV...
     
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