NDS <-> Win 7/NO$GBA

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Aug 28, 2011

NDS <-> Win 7/NO$GBA by gudenaurock at 1:34 AM (892 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. gudenaurock
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    Member gudenaurock Never a unique idea

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    How can I hook my ds to my pc for no$gba, or what is that for.
     
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    No$GBA is a DS emulator, it basically makes it so that you can play DS games on your PC with your keyboard and mouse.
     
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    No$GBA used to (still has?) an option for linking to the DS though... or at least, some of its files allude to that. Never knew what that was for. Though apparently, No$GBA hasn't been updated in years, so if you're looking for an emulator, you might be better off with something else.


    There are a few plugins/edits for the emulator that help it stay modern, but I don't know how much they actually help. I don't generally do DS emulation :E
     
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    Well, the emulator was a nice way to introduce someone to the NDS and convince him/her to buy one. But once you own a NDS you don't have a special need for an emulator anymore.
     
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    unless ofcourse you want to play some DS games at twice the speed (or more).
     
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    Well, they certainly help with doing videos of a game. You can get an exact quality, which you can't really get with a camcorder.
     
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    Yes, that's true of course. I guess you mean for Let's Plays or something like that?
     
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    And emulators are also great for testing out stuff quickly, like if you're doing a ROM hack or a translation.
     

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