lotsa issues?

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Nov 14, 2007

lotsa issues? by xcalibur at 8:02 PM (759 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. xcalibur
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    i dont get it with the g6dsreal
    its supposedly a good cart from a great team but why are there always so many issues?
    new games never seem to work and most homebrews seem to have issues
     
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    i haven't had so many problems , just 2-3 corruptions (don't like the reader..) and 1 or 2 homebrews not working.
    my biggest dissapointment with it , is the lack of 100% Download play support ( as they promised from the beginning..)
     
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    Most of these issues are from the G6 Lite. Not the G6 Real.
     
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    Yeah, what games are talking about that aren't working? Every game I've thrown on my G6 Real work perfectly. Sure, newer DS games need a firmware update on the G6 Lite to run correctly, but it's always been that way with the slot 2's. But every game has ran great on the G6 Real.

    But yeah, homebrew support isn't perfect. You're right there. But most homebrew sucks anyways. So it's not really a big loss for most.
     
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    i did mention its NEW games which never work but i just find this quite sad since its (i assume) from the same team that did the m3
    im not that knowledgable on flashcards since im new but from what ive heard they are one of the best teams around and i dont think this should be an issue at this stage...
    do you?
     
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    Yes, I read that you stated "new games never seem to work". So what new games are talking about? Every new game I've thrown on my G6 Real, up to the Ninja Gaiden Demo, have worked perfectly.
     
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    Agreed. I haven't had any problems w/ newer games. It's the G6 lite that has difficulty playing new ones. But homebrew does blow on the G6real
     
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    I've never had any issues ever. Lack of download play support is the supposedly the only down side. Most homebrew i want to use work apart from the odd few which i don't really care much about. e.g. Lemmings DS
     
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    i apoligise for this useless topic then
    i guess my presumption that all the help topics were for the g6real was mistaken
     
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    Well for one the new lego star wars game doesn't work with the latest firmware on the G6DS real
     
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    The new Lego star wars DO work, just not with the NEWEST firmware.
    it's a problem with the new firmware , that doesnt load ANY game, just stay with the other BETA till they fix it.
     

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