I have a quick question regarding R4...

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  1. DarkMario616
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    I had an R4 but then I bought an AK2i because it's just better x_x

    Anyways, the R4 went to my little sister who only plays "shovelware", you know those pet games like Zhu Zhu pets and Petzzz etc.

    (she does play Mario Kart/Animal crossing but eh whatever)

    Anyways, do the new "shovelware" pet games actually work or they have a anti-piracy code in them as well as the big releases?

    Just wondering if I should get her an AK2i.
     
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  3. basher11

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    just get her an acekard.
     
  4. Danny600kill

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    The shovel ware type of game don't usually have Ap on them but in the rare cases that they do the fixes are made near instantly by people like Rudolf so unless she starts playing major releases then I would just stick with the R4

    Edit : And now since you have mentioned the Acekard you are going to have a swarm of fanboys answer with just ''buy the acekard it way better'' ect ect but tbh for your sister needs it is not really necessary, maybe in the future she will need a better card but for now as I said the R4 will suffice
     
  5. DarkMario616
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    Yah, and if anything, I might get one for her birthday or something, for now I'll stick to switching her shell [​IMG] xD
     
  6. iwakura

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    Most shovelware should work.