1. Lily

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    We shall see what we shall see..
     
  2. HugeCock

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    What's the official website for the Ninja Pass? Prettend I have the card and want updates...where do I go? I originally though this was the same as the NinjaDS so thanks for pointing that out to me. Now I just need more background on the NinjaPass company
     
  3. Houou

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    Other than the kickass name, this doesn't have much going for it.
     
  4. Golds

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    ninjapass
    is out for pre order i guess at winsunx. its only 512mbit though, which is kinda dissapointing. But for 51 bucks its not too bad.
     
  5. samk64

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    would it be possible to run gba games from this type of card?
    i'm assuming no, since they normally need to be read from the gba slot...
     
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    I'll buy one when they have a model with 1GByte
     
  7. Azimuth

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    i dont know if anyone knows this but the actual ninja pass uses sd memory
    check out the pictures u can clearly see the sd slot

    [​IMG]
     
  8. kernelPANIC

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    I believe that the flashcart shown in the picture is a NinjaDS (like the sticker in the cart shows).

    It is different from a Ninjapass since the Ninjapass doesn't stick out of the DS bay since it's the same size as a DS game and utilizes internal storage.
     
  9. Euronymous

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    Why is this thread in the Passme/Passcard section? You can boot up and store roms from it, so it's also a flash card isn't it?

    This thread needs more exposure, the ninjacard is a much better solution than using the GBA slot devices.

    Also anyone know if this will have GBA compatibility?
     
  10. Veho

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    No, it won't.
     
  11. Euronymous

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    Can you post a source for that?
     
  12. Euronymous

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    Why is this card getting no attention.
     
  13. kennyboy

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    Well, mainly for asthetic reasons. It sticks out like a sore thumb. The current advantage for using it is the ability to use the rumble cart. But you lose the ability to play gba games unless you also get another gba flash cart which sort of defeats the purpose.
     
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    Not sure if you Euronymous is reffering to the Ninjapass or the NinjaDS, but I definetely agree if it is the Ninjapass. Surely a single-slot solution with more memory should just be around the corner then? I consider it having only 512 Mbit of memory its only flaw.
     
  15. rockpin

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    It seems there are two versions: Ninjapass DS Flash and Ninjapass Junior.
    The description is the same for both but not the price (52$ vs 35$).
    I suppose the description is not correct for the Junior version.
     
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    on the Junior description it said "no mulit game boot" or somethng like that, and thats the difference. what does taht mean?
     
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    It says at the bottom: "This version Ninjapass Junior 512M has not the Multi-game Function"

    So I think you can only put one game on the Junior version, while you can put multiple games on the normal one.
     
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    Ups! I guess I'll have to see an ophthalmologist [​IMG]
     
  19. Lily

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    It's a flashcart that runs out of Slot 1, of course it's not going to have GBA support - it runs in NDS mode only.
     
  20. Veho

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    With so many NDS flash devices lacking GBA support, an NDS-mode GBA emulator is bound to happen.

    *hope hope hope*
     
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