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Discussion in 'General Gaming Discussion' started by JazzCat.CL, Nov 23, 2015.
I believe it's real, but I can't tell for certain. But I'm 90% sure.
You should check this out http://caggames.weebly.com/how-to-spot-a-fake-pokemon-gba-game.html because it has some things that only you can check(like the label things).
But as I said, I'm 90% sure you have a real cart
Well, this pictures aren't mine. i'm about to buy this cart but i want to be sure that is real, so far i can see that is AGB-002 so i think that it's real, but i want your opinions too
My ruby cart is real, and look exactly the same.
How much is it? If it's not too expensive, I'd say go for it because it looks pretty legit, but I can't be 100% sure. That being said, I don't think anyone can be 100% sure unless they have it in their hands, or having someone willing to take more pictures of the cart
Who cares if it works it works.
i'm buying it with a broken ds lite(only the upper screen works) i want to get some pokemons on ruby and transfer them to soul silver.
the ds and the cart is around 20.000 chilean pesos which is like 28 dollars
Fakes die way more often, also a collector cares.
Yeah I'd say go for it. I think it's real, and it seems cheap enough to be worth it. Good luck
i care because i want to transfer pokemons and i like collecting this stuff
I've had plenty of real GBA games, that would die so often in which cases I had to blow at the game for it to work and only rarely did it do so after blowing so much
I'm happy for you. But that doesn't mean people should willingly buy fakes.
that's definitely real, not sure it's such a good deal though ruby is among the cheapest of pokemon games ever, and a broken ds i don't know the value of but probably not a lot.
i'd consider waiting for a better bargain.
well, i want to get pokemon emerald with boxes and stuff too. is there another site like ebay.com so i can get an US version of emerald with box?
why is ruby the cheapest one?
Hello fellow Chilean.
If you live (or have someone that can send you stuff from) in Santiago you can go to the "euro" and look on the 2nd floor, there is a store there that have pokemon carts and I can assure you are original. they even have some of them in spanish, I don't know the prices though. "paseo las palmas" on metro "los leones" is also a good place to find retro stuff, but the prices are over the clouds there.
The price of the deal is very cheap and as far as I see that cart is legit.