So the last console I owned or even played was a GBC and N64... I had switched over completely to the dark PC master race side... Eons ago, the only reason I had an N64 was to be apart of the N64 emulator community, back when that was still being developed. Currently I am 26 and ready to charge into Nintendo territory! So pretty much I need some rundowns on games semi-adults can appreciate that I may have missed over the GBA and DS era... Ones that you would hate to have never played or experienced. As an electrical engineer I can greatly appreciate the fact that this community exists! I was amazed to discover the existence of flash cards, much less a legitimate homebrew & development community! Request If anyone has any specific information on the dstwo card, compiling / registry, cpu data / architecture, examples projects or open source projects that utilize the dstwo processor I would love to get my hands on it. Before I even had my 3ds I had a dstwo card and an r4i-sdhc card... I wanted to jump in heads-first into messing with homebrew and the glorious world of cheats... As I have done some digging around and research on the homebrew community trying to play catch-up (not easy, most information / development is long gone)... I would love to jump into some of the old abandoned open-source homebrew projects, particularly ds-linux and dstwo-linux... From my perspective if we could get a solid linux port running on the DS via a flashcard, or even better supporting DSi-mode in order to access more of the 3DS hardware? Imagine the possibilities! DSx86, DS2x86 and Scummvm were primary reasons I got the 3DS! I mean just imagine the awesomeness of getting to play all those classic does / point-click adventure games on a portable gaming console as awesome as the 3ds xl is... Not to mention the possibilities for a legitimate linux-based web browser with flash support, etc. I feel by looking at the list of Dingux emulators and released DS homebrew emulators that most of them are a result of porting / manipulation to functioning on the DS... One of the first things I'm going to do is compare the GBA and SNES emulators performance on Homebrew versus executed through Dingux via DStwo linux beta 1... Hopefully I'll be around here for a while and can stir up some energy back into DS / 3DS homebrew! Regarding the 3DS... I feel the DSTwo cpu/etc. if fully unlocked via linux port, would be superior in most emulation performance than homebrew via the 3ds..