Is a good idea buy dstwo plus for ds light?

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  1. Shallwebr
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    Hi guys,

    Im thinking if dstwo plus work perfect in nintendo ds light?

    I want run snes and mame with a good speed.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Tomato Hentai

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    Buy a DSTWO instead. It's the same thing, but without the 3DS junk.
     
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    It'd work fine, but you'd be wasting your money.

    You can get a far better experience on a DS Lite with an Ak2i combined with an EZFlash 3-in-1- you'll have perfect, native GBA support and a nicer UI, and for less money than the DSTwo+ would cost.
     
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    Yah i have R4 its run fine the games, nes, mega driver etc, but in super nintendo games lack, just some games work with glitchs.
    Buts ok, i will buy a new 3DS with a DS Two Plus, and play all together.

    Ty Guys.
     
  5. Tomato Hentai

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    The DSTWO+ isn't even really good for 3DS games either. It can brick your console.
     
  6. cvskid

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    No snes emulation though. And as far as the gba part is concerned there is a gba everdrive on the way.
     
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    The DSTwo's SNES emulation is pretty mediocre.

    I mean, CATSFC is miles more accurate than SNEmulDS- but it just runs most games too slowly for them to be really playable without large amounts of frameskipping. SNEmulDS runs on any flashcart, and runs a lot of games at full speed- even if they're filled with glitches. Buying a DSTwo for SNES emulation would leave you a fair bit poorer and extremely disappointed.

    The GBA Everdrive point is pretty irrelevant, frankly- it probably won't be fitted to the DS Lite's reduced Slot-2 form factor, it'll be expensive, probably won't integrate with existing flashcart menus, and there isn't any compelling reason to go for an alternative solution over the EZFlash 3-in-1 at the moment- it's pretty much filled the niche perfectly.
     
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  8. Shallwebr
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    For now i will buy a EZFlash 3-in-1 and use snesmulds with some roms, theres a lot of roms working almost perfect :)
    Thanks again man.
     
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