NEO N64 Myth flash cart

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Apr 21, 2010

NEO N64 Myth flash cart by Ben_j at 11:15 PM (1,487 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. Ben_j
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    I don't like Neo Flash's use of their crappy GBA carts in all their other carts. It'd be easier and cheaper if they used CF or SD.

    I wouldn't trust any of the reviews from the website. It'll probably not be as good as you think. But it'll at least play Mario 64, LoZ:OoT, Smash Bros, etc. which would be enough for a lot of people. Perfect Dark and Conkers Bad Fur Day are the two that there might be a problem with.

    I was considering picking one up, but I have a CD64+.
     
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    How good is it ? And how much does it cost and where can I find one ?

    EDIT : found reviews that say the CD64+ has awful compatibility and to avoid it absolutely.
     
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    My only problem with it is getting it to stick to the 64. Every game I've tried works save for Perfect Dark and Conker's, which I expected. I can't imagine the compatibility is any worse than neo flash's cart.

    The Dr V64 Jr. I think is the cart of choice, but good luck finding one. I was lucky to get my CD64+ ten years ago back when success-hk still existed.

    I suppose if you're desperate for a method of playing 64 backups and you don't have the homebrew channel on your wii, the a neo flash 64 cart might be a good idea. There's talk on the site of adding support for neo flash GBA carts that have SD cards built in so you can have more than 2 games on at a time, but we'll see if that'll happen. Even if it does, you have to pay another $50 on top of the price of the cart.
     

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