NDSi Action Replay

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Jun 17, 2010

NDSi Action Replay by Riversong at 4:17 AM (1,063 Views / 0 Likes) 2 replies

  1. Riversong
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    I am in need of a replacement Action Replay (yes, I still buy a couple of games, and not do ROM downloads), and had a few questions: has anyone bought the Action Replay for the DSi, yet? If so, do you know whether or not it works on DSi enhanced games? I ask because I have heard rumors that DSi enhanced games are setup differently than basic DS games, in the way of there are region restrictions and other things of that nature.
     
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    DSi Enhanced games access functions that are exclusive to DSi, which hasn't been hacked yet so its not possible to alter those aspects.

    I don't know of any examples but it should be possible to cheat in a DSi enhanced game running in DS/DSLite mode. You won't be able to use the cameras, extra ram/processor, or WPA mode wireless in it in this mode though. I don't have an action replay device myself and thats something someone else will have to confirm/deny or you find out through research.

    The only difference between a DSi Action Replay and a DS Action Replay is that it's going to be able to boot in a DSi whereas the older model will not because it is blocked; because it is not a licensed Nintendo product. The DSi one isn't either, but it uses a known workaround to bypass "flashcart detection".
     
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    You seem to know what you are talking about. I will get one and if I have any problems, I will return it. However, it sounds like it should work...in theory.
     

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