Good GBA Flashcart and where to buy?

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Lassik, Jan 24, 2011.

Jan 24, 2011
  1. Lassik
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    I have a friend who has an original GBA and he's looking to get a flashcart for it. Anyone know of a good one and a good place to buy it from?

    He's not interested in getting a DS. He's old school.

    Thanks in advance for any assistance you can provide!
     
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    EZ flash is good. If your looking for another, try Supercard SD. (Size limited to 2 gb, requires SD card)
     
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    Yeah I was trying to get that one because I heard it was good but I can't find a link to buy one anywhere. All I can find is the Rumble version and from what I understand that one won't work in a GBA.
     
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    If you want GBA roms then avoid supercards. They were decent DS rom and homebrew cards for their day but GBA wise they are terrible (all of them).

    As for real hot stuff they seem to have confused the specs of an EZ4 lite deluxe with an EZ4 original- the EZ4 original will be fine though and the only thing to note is that 256MBit games (a few decent ones and the odd rom hack) will need to go on the NOR memory (slower to write to but only needs to be written once).
     

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