Is the DSTWO worth it....

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  1. argorn5757
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    do you think that they will be able to fix the problems with gba roms like golden sun? that was my favorite game of all time and i really want to play it again.
     
  2. YayMii

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    It's worth it, even if you exclude the GBA emulator, just because of the features included and the possibility of what's inside (it's slightly more powerful than the PSP [​IMG])
     
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    ive read though that it doesnt fit very well into the dsi.

    whats up with that?
     
  4. YayMii

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    The DSTWO cartridge is slightly thicker than a regular DS cartridge, so it is a little harder to put into a DSi. But my DSTWO fits in every DS model just fine, except for the fact that you need slightly more force to put it in.
     
  5. Scott-105

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    Other than the bulkiness of the cart which YayMii mentioned, It's a fantastic cart. I love it and it was definitely worth the cost.
     
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    DStwo worth the cost. You can play SNes games on your ds soon.
     
  7. phoenixclaws

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    If you have the money for a DSTWO, which has lately been around 30-some dollars, then get it since it's worth the ~2.5x the cost of an AK2i. The addition of the CPU adds the ability for people with DSi/XLs to play GBA games and soon SNES games and possibly many other console games (SDK for Homebrew Developers is out now.)

    Of course the GBA emulator is not 100% but it does play MOST titles. The standard compatibility is improved tremendously when using game_config.txt that was made for the gpSP emulator.

    I don't expect the SNES emulator to be 100% either but I do expect it to be better than the current SNES emulation.