R.I.P. EZ Flash 3-in-1

Discussion in 'EZ-Flash' started by caffolote, Oct 2, 2008.

  1. caffolote
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    caffolote GBAtemp Fan

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    I'm mad that the EZ Flash 3 in 1 will not work with the DSi since there is no slot 2. So it looks like we can't have rumble support or GBA support on the DSi. Oh well, at least the internet browser is built in. Anyways, what are you going to do with your EZ Flash 3 in 1 or any other slot 2 flashcart once you get a DSi?
     
  2. Seven

    Seven oh hell no

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    Simple answer: I won't get a DSi.
     
  3. Searinox

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    RIP? Ill buy a 3in1 ANY DAY over the DSi dude!!
     
  4. Vague Rant

    Vague Rant Deceptively cute

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    I will continue to use it in my original DS. I'll probably get a DSi eventually, but I'm happy playing GBA games right now.
     
  5. Lelouch

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    I just got mine today, dsi won't be released in the US for a while so nothing to worry about [​IMG]
    once I get the dsi I'll just use my ds lite for gba games anyway.
     
  6. CPhantom

    CPhantom The Noob :(

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    The DSi seems to be a big failure to me. The apps store is just another way for Nintendon't to suck money outta our pockets.

    Lets hope it has more RAM too, I'd like faster games, no lag would be really nice.
     
  7. Syncr

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    ill probably get a dsi, and tape it to a bomb, and deliver to nintendo..[jking]
    but my 3 in 1 is alive.


    note:it may have more ram for the web browser...maybe 8mb-12mb RAM
     
  8. MagNetCZ

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    I think it has 16MB or so, the original opera ram addon is 8MB.
     
  9. Rayder

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    My guess is that GBA games will still work, but they will charge you to download them through DSware. Since they don't make GBA carts anymore and they don't make anything off of the sales of used games, they found a way to keep GBA profitable.
     
  10. kjean

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    No, not dead yet.

    and I want a DS2 not DSi. [​IMG]
     
  11. Dylan

    Dylan 100 MILES AND RUNNIN'

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    I'll buy a DSi but just keep my DSlite for GBA games
     
  12. Derak

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    DSi is useless crap for me. I don't need its "super new features" so I'll keep my DSL, my EZ3in1 and my Cyclo and I'll keep playing all my favourite GBA games.
     
  13. nick944

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    DSi seems like a GBA Micro type failure. Sorry to anyone who wants it, but it is total failure. Who wants another DS, with extra features like 2 cameras, SD slot, bigger screens. Really none of that justifies paying $180 if you already have a DS.
     
  14. Diablo1123

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    I agree with you that seems like the Micro.
     
  15. Rayder

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    Much agreed and well said. I'm beginning to think the the "i" in DSi stands for "interim".
     
  16. Midna

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    Yeah, so is making games and consoles. Darn Nintendo. All they want from us is money! (That's why they're called a company)