is nes hombrew compatability perfect?

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Mar 16, 2008
  1. Death50
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    so is nes homebrews compatability perfect for the ds?? becuase the nesDS i got on it doesnt work that well especially for punchout and there is sound missing from paperboy and such, but it is still great with the speed thing and such
     
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    nowhere near perfect
    if you're looking for anything near it, I know the PSP does real well with emulators, but the ds has issues, it's gotten better, but still pretty far off from perfect..
     
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    ack i was hoping as least the nes would be, explains why punch out was so pixelated
     
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    NES emulation is extremely good for most games but has problems with a few. If you can run GBA files, try PocketNES which continues to be updated while NES DS development stopped long ago.

    You could also try NesterDS for the misbehaving games, which should have better graphical accuracy, but it will be slower and won't have any saving support.
     
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    well i only run slot 1 too cheap for slot 2
    so i guess ill try out the nesterds
     
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    This is all news to me. I mostly wanted a DS for NES games. If compatibility isn't great, then... maybe I should just keep using my SP.
     
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    Honestly every game I've thrown at it works fine. Of course, that amounts to maybe 10-15 games max, but even still. NES DS remains fairly compatible with a good majority of games.
     

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