Is there a snes DS emulator that plates Tales?

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  1. metalmouth647
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    I want to play Tales of Phantasia for Super Famicom. I got a hacked version for it in english finally but SnesDS does not work, It crashes when loaded. I tried Snezzi DS it doesnt work, the files are corrupted from where I downloaded it from. Can anyone help?
     
  2. injected11

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    I doubt it will work on this either, but try SNEmulDS. It's had good compatability for me.
     
  3. TrolleyDave

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    Ain't that like a 40 Mbit game? I remember the English translation version being massive.
     
  4. eSPy

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    hmm..not sure about the snes emulator..but there was a version released for GBA...might be worth havin a look at if you can. would probably run alot better
     
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    A gba game run on the Nintendo ds? Good luck lol.
     
  6. DanTheManMS

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    Slot-2 device anyone? Besides, you'd have to have a slot-2 device for SnezziDS to run, just for the record.

    I don't think any SNES emulators for the DS support games larger than 4 MB in size.
     
  7. Jamstruth

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    SNEmulDS does support games more than 4mb with or without an expansion. It uses streaming if you don't have a slot-2 device which can result in a choppy framerate so slot-2 devices are advised.
     
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    The problem, as I recall, is that Tales of Phantasia uses some kind of funky bankswitching, and it's doing something SnemulDS can't handle yet.