I bought a DSTWO as well as iPlayer and M3i Zero

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Oct 14, 2010
  1. RedBaron
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    [​IMG] I just bought a DSTWO Flash Card but I also bought an iPlayer Flash Card and M3i Zero Flash Card, the reason for this is the iPlayer has better GBA Games compatibly and also plays AVI files you will say that the DSTWO will in time do this as well and I agree but at the moment it cant and I bought the M3i Zero because when V1.4 firmware came out it was the only one that worked perfectly so I will use it as a back up and use it when the DSTWO doesn't work with a game
    My question is this has anybody ells has done the same or simerley because of how slow updates are coming out for the DSTWO
     


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    I bought my dstwo because cyclods wasn't compatible with the dsi also the gba and snes emulator.
     
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    The DSTWO doesnt need updates for games becuase every single game works CLEAN, as for the video player the DSTWO should get it soon and GBA emulation is the same as the iPLAYER, we all are not crazy to buy 3 carts when 1 can do everything
     
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    2 x DSTWO > DSTWO + iPlayer + M3i Zero
     
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    GBA emulation is the same as the iPLAYER[/quote]
    From what I have heard no they are not the GBA Emulator in the iPlayer is much better
     
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    I own both and they're the same. Just make sure to include the game_config.txt file.
     
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    The more I read about the DSTWO Card the more I am convinced I did the right thing in buying the iPlayer and M3i Zero Cards
     
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    Um... the DSTWO's GBA emulator is *SLIGHTLY BETTER* than the iPlayer's. Just make sure to configure it correctly.
     
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    you read the wrong stuff
     
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    The whole point of a flashcart is storing all your games on 1 convenient cart. Having multiple flashcarts just destroys the meaning.


    (Unless you're a... Nvm).
     
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    My idea of a flash card is to be able to emulate systems so as to play games, better the emulation the better the flash card
     
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    Then the DSTWO does all of that [​IMG]

    GBA emulation = iPlayer
    SNES emulators and more too.
     
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    The Judges are still out on how good it really is
     
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    Member Schizoanalysis From somewhere inside the rabbit hole...

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    I also have all 3 of these cards.

    They are cheap enough, I see no problem with having several cards.


    And Sakura FTW! M3i is my card of choice because of the Sakura GUI.
     
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    M3 was the last one to actually update it for the 1.4 update it took it almost 2 months I think.
     
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    Supercard created the Iplayer, so i wonder why the compatibility is worse on the DSTWO
     
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    the snes emu by far is the best compared to snemulds, it can at least run a lil bit of special cip games what more do u want sure my 1st cart was acekard 2i, the best money spent, once i learned more about the cart (mostly AKaio,) it is considered the best flash cart compared to the other flash carts (excluding special carts i.e. DS2, iPlayer, iSmart, EX4i) with an updateable Flash to support latest DSi firmware and also an incredible 3rd Party OS that has continual support. The next cart i got was iPlayer i got it like most for the GBA emu, tried out the video part which was really good (except for 720p vids which is asking for too much) then came the DS2 combined everything for me

    the incredible ability to play all games without an update to the OS
    GBA emu + SNES emu

    it is Acekard 2i + iPlayer to me, i dont need to use iPlayer nor Acekard anymore but just the mere fact i keep them is to see where i started from and how good those carts still are with no problems from malfunctions/defects like most have had or even fake carts (ackard mostly)

    the DS2 will be and continue to be the best Cart untila 3DS cart comes out to support every single emulator known to man (excluding gamecube era/ wii era/ psp)
     
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    I think I know why the iPlayer is better than the DSTWO card and why they can't port software from the iPlayer to DSTWO, I just had a look at the inside of both cards and the iPlayer is much more complicated nothing like the DSTWO totally two different cards, it would have been better to write updates for the iPlayer making it a kick ass card than making the DSTWO all in one card they should have also came out with a kick ass DS card instead
    I would not have minded two Flash Cards to get the performance an compatibly how about you
    inside iPlayer
    http://www.gbadsi.com/inside-DS-iPlayer.htm
    Sorry I lost the link for the inside DSTWO
     
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    The iplayer is not any better than the DSTWO. You just keep posting that the iplayers GBA EMU is better around the forums when it isn't. (Feeding the Troll)
     
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    This is my opinion as well as other people opinion on this forum the same as your opinion that it is the same, to each their own opinion
     

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