Pokemon Emerald/FireRed question

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May 13, 2010
  1. Walthor
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    Newcomer Walthor Advanced Member

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    Hey all
    i have 2 quesions.
    i have pokemon fire red and emerald, a DSlite and Gba SP.

    1. can i trade between the 2 games if i have my fire red in the gba SP and the emerald version in de dslite(slot 2)?

    2. Also, what if i used the DSTWO gba emulation, would i be able to trade between the games?

    i did a search, but could only find results wich relied on the ds pokemon versions and importing, but thats not what i want [​IMG]

    Thnx in advance
    Greets
    Walter
     
  2. jefffisher

    Member jefffisher GBAtemp Maniac

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    1.no dslite doesnt have a hole for the link cable to go.

    2.also no sorry
     
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    Member Demonbart GBATemp's guitar hero

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    There's no way to link a ds to a gba, so no.
    EDIT: dammit jefffisher, you beat me to it.
     
  4. Walthor
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    Newcomer Walthor Advanced Member

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    Ok Thnx for the answers [​IMG]

    so that adapter that came with the firered cassette also won't help?
     
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    I don't think they are compatible even though the adapter is wireless.
     
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    Nope. That just makes the GBA link cable wireless.

    From here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Game_Boy_Adva...ireless_Adapter
    "Like the Game Boy Advance Game Link Cable, this device allows for multiplayer gaming with the Game Boy Advance, and attaches via the External Extension Connector. "

    "Neither wireless adapter [GBA or GB Micro] can connect with the Nintendo DS since the DS does not support multiplayer mode in Game Boy Advance games."
     
  7. Walthor
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    Newcomer Walthor Advanced Member

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    bit late answer but thnx for the explanation about the wireless adapters [​IMG]
    didn't really understand how the things worked but now i do [​IMG]
     
  8. iMinotauro

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    The only option you have is to buy another GBA so you can trade over.
    In any case I believe your eventually gonna move on over to Diamond or Pear, HG or SS.
    So why not migrate?

    P.S. I got a 1st gen GBA from my local Gamestop a while back cost me about $28 bucks including tax.
    The only thing I have to complain about is no backlight which sucks.
     
  9. Walthor
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    Newcomer Walthor Advanced Member

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    Have been thinking about playing hg or ss
    might as well do that
    thnx.
     

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