Got my DSTT today

Discussion in 'DSTT' started by natuman, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. natuman
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    natuman Newbie

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    I just got a new DSTT today, it didn't come with a CD but it wasn't hard to get it working. I also got a 4GB SanDisk MicroSD. It was very easy to use, and I got moonshell, snes, gameboy, nes, and sega genesis already working. It's so simple to work with, and the DriveSort application is a MUST if you buy this thing.

    Well worth the money, I got it at around $45.

    The only complaint I have after customizing it and everything is that there's a lack of skins available.
     
  2. Bri

    Bri GBAtemp Psycho!

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    There are several good skins around and there's an application that helps you make skins, so a lot of people have made skins for it. I particularly like the NDS one which has different colors available.

    -Bri
     
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    welcome to the club [​IMG]
     
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    Avenger GBAtemp Regular

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    I would have got one if it had real time saving and other cool stuff like the CycloDS, but I figured I should spend the extra money and take a step up. If I don't like the Cyclo I am considering getting one of these, this was my second choice. Where did you order?
     
  5. natuman
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    natuman Newbie

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    Personally, I think real time saving is a bit like cheating, it takes away from the overall difficulty of the game... but still, it would be helpful in some of the games available for the DS.

    I bought my DSTT from an electronic store in downtown Toronto, Ontario. Luckily I didn't have to deal with online ordering, I bought my SD and DSTT from the same store [​IMG]
     
  6. Urza

    Urza hi

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