M3 Simply available at Amazon UK

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Sep 6, 2007

M3 Simply available at Amazon UK by xenon at 7:04 PM (1,525 Views / 0 Likes) 13 replies

  1. xenon
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    Since when Amazon (UK) is selling M3 Simply cards? [​IMG] Weren't flash carts gray-to-black market stuff, cursed, banned even from eBay and cause for general alarm? I'm puzzled. Anyway, price is 29£ with free UK delivery.
    M3 Simply at Amazon UK
     
  2. Sinkhead

    Former Staff Sinkhead yay p1ngpong.

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    It'll get removed soon (probably), don't fret...

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  3. Psyfira

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    Sinkhead: That's what we all thought, but someone found it a month or so ago (can't be arsed to look for the thread) and it's still up there along with a host of other slot 1's. Wonder why.
     
  4. Hadrian

    Former Staff Hadrian Better than Craigslist

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    They've been available there for some time now.
     
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    Former Staff djgarf I Am A Raver

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    just goes to show how mainstream flashcarts have become now
    you would of never found gba flashcarts for sale on somewhere like amazon
     
  6. jalaneme

    Member jalaneme Female Gamer

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    spoke too soon...

    Cyclo DS Mini SD
     
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    Former Staff djgarf I Am A Raver

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    i meant back in the day when gba flashcarts were using nor flashchips (when the gba was the in thing)
    not talking about gba sd adapter carts

    also that isnt coming direct from amazon,it's coming from a private seller [​IMG]
     
  8. Psyfira

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    jalaneme: and cost a damn sight more than £19.99 I can tell you (exercise for the reader: multiply by 10, subtract 100) [​IMG]
     
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    Its coming from nowplay afaik or one of their affiliates. Check the thread on nowplay.co.uk, your choice.
     
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    I hope it gets removed soon. I don't like this kind of stuff going public (especially on the news).
     
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    Former Staff djgarf I Am A Raver

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    indeed,people these days dont understand how lucky they are that flashcarts are so cheap
    i cant remember how much i paid for my mr flash gbc flashcart set but it was a hell of a lot more than any ds cart available lol
     
  12. jalaneme

    Member jalaneme Female Gamer

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    yes gba flashcarts are still very expensive and hard to find in some places, well the original ones were anyway, and yes the price is super steep, more expensive than a G6 lite which is a rip off!
     
  13. Sinkhead

    Former Staff Sinkhead yay p1ngpong.

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    I totally agree... It's bad for everyone, Nintendo loses sales, more copy protection, and the flashcart makers have a higher chance of being investigated...

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    too true, although when they advertise the flash carts they say it's for video mp3 that kind of thing, it's only a matter of time when the person who buys this finds out it can do much more than they bargained for lol
     

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