Getting cheap DSTWO from UK?

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May 16, 2011

Getting cheap DSTWO from UK? by Hazard7 at 8:36 PM (1,941 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. Hazard7
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    Hi I just wonder where I can find a cheapest Supercard DSTWO flashcart I can order in UK? I want to buy one just for all emulators while I use my Acekard 2i for DS and stuff.

    I found this site for £28.95 and I'm not sure if the site legit or not. http://www.r4ds-r4i.co.uk/products/Superca...DSi-and-DS.html

    Also I need to know what micro sdhc I can use? I thinking getting an 8GB which should be enough to fit all in.
     
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    It's not the cheapest (£33.95 for DSTwo), but I tend to use Xpertron. It is certainly legit, as I've used it several times.
     
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    if you look at the bottom of both sites, you'll see that ebuygame is certified by paypal, the creditcard companies, and the shipping companies, the site you linked to has none of them

    i wouldn't bother with them if i were you
     
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    use priceangels, in usd, paypal will let you pay like 20 pounds after conversion. The only downside is shipping time.
     
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    But if you look on Our Promise on both site, One of the writing said "All Nintendo DSi R4i / R4 Cards purchased from R4i-R4.co.uk are 100% test, And 100% work." and on the R4i-R4.co.uk it have the Paypal certified.

    Anyway both site is Chinese base so I will ignore it and gone for the Xpertron one.
     
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    thats all crap. some chinese peeps really do the craziest things to get money
     
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    And the import VAT he will have to pay, and the 6 quid to the Royal Mail for processing.


    I don't know if you have placed your order yet but I used these chaps. They are based in the EU so you are protected legally and there is no import VAT. They are legit, I've used them recently and I know Costello has thanked them in a review for supplying the flashcart he was reviewing.
    The prices are in Euro, the DSTWO costs 33 quid.

    http://shop.01media.com/info.asp?ProductID=38497
     
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    I just got my supercard yesterday and I need to know what is the best plugin I can get? I heard GBA Emulator 1.21 with game_config.txt and CATSFC are good to get. Alos which plugin is best for NES, Megadrive and GameboyColour? Is Moonshell 2 best for viewing video and listen to music?

    I'm using the flashcart on my DSi XL only.
     
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    check out the Beginner's Guide

    NES - NesDS
    GameboyColor - Lameboy
    Music - Moonshell
    Video - either moonshell or iPlayer
    Reading - IkuReader

    also, you may want to check out the Homebrew Essentials
     

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