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Shad0wninja

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I ordered a Gateway from them on Monday, and now it's finally being shipped. All over their site they label free shipping from the US. Free shipping was correct (chose the free shipping option), however, I finally get the tracking number and it says it's being shipped by HK Post...Did they just screw me...

"We are USA based store, provide different shipping methods for all the customers. Free Registererd airmail, USPS shipping and DHL shipping. Free registered airmail shipping willl arrive in about 5-10 days depends on the countries. usps shipping is for our USA customer, arrived 2-5 days, DHL shipping arrive to all countries in about 3 days. If you choose free registered airmail or usps shipping, you don't need to pay any additional fees, if you choose DHL, you need to pay 20usd more for every order."

On their site it says it'll take about 7-10 days to Canada, I'm thinking it's gunna be a lot more..Anyone have any experience from their site? Please tell me it won't be even longer..
 

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ModchipCentral is a Canadian Reseller on Ontario if you did not know.
By some review it may take 10day from ModChipFactory.
 

Shad0wninja

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Just for future reference for anyone, it took two days to ship (January 28th). I got it on February 6th, so about 7 business days.
 

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  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Wait hang on
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    I don't get the point the entire library is already dumped
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    - Turn on GBA with flash cart (containing games on SD) - Load up the flasher program - Choose the game of your choice from the SD and it'll load the game into RAM - Insert your reprogrammable cart and BOOM!
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Correct?
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    I don't think it'll be possible without reverse enginnering and an expertise in assembly
  • sombrerosonic @ sombrerosonic:
    Stupid idea but it would be fun. Still need to read through those pdfs however
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Just buy a GBxCart or use a DS/DS lite with GBA Bootleg Flasher or whatever its called
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    Isn't the entire gba library like 2gbs
  • sombrerosonic @ sombrerosonic:
    No more like 10 gigs
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    I've seen games only go up to 512MB (I think)
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    That's just the flash memory
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    Still is hardly anything tbh
  • sombrerosonic @ sombrerosonic:
    and this is just for those gameboy games not GBA
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Referring to K3N1 btw
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    ok
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Game Boy games iirc go up to around 8MB on its own
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Mostly for GBC titles, for GB titles alone it'll be at around maybe 256KB?
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    The entire nes library is like 1gb lol
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Maybe the flasher program could compress the bytes down to the RAM
    M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ: Maybe the flasher program could compress the bytes down to the RAM