Right Cart for My Needs

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by zeromaint, Jul 3, 2006.

Jul 3, 2006

Right Cart for My Needs by zeromaint at 8:31 PM (1,089 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. zeromaint
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    Newcomer zeromaint Newbie

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    I plan on purchasing a new DS Lite and a backup cart.
    I've been browsing the boards and read that some hardware may be incompatible.
    In no way am I trying to sound standoff-ish, but I am a person of practicality, meaning I need stuff to work at least 95% of the time.
    I don't have a lot of patience for items that have a lot of intermittent problems.
    I would prefer having a gba cart vs. sd/cf card because high capacity SD/CF cards are expensive.
    NDS and GBA gaming are my top priorities, homebrew, emulation, etc. are not that important.

    I've been eyeing the G6 3rd Gen 2GB, so would this satisfy all my requirements? Or do you have any recommendations for other units.

    Thank you for reading this! [​IMG]
     
  2. yuwing

    Member yuwing GBAtemp Fan

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    first, you're in the wrong forum.

    second, the 3rd gen of G6 2gig is outdated and expensive. There are better ones out there for fraction of the price. External memory cards aren't very expensive. G6 2gig is actually 256megabytes. Flashcart people like to use bits beucase it's their tradition.

    Third, there are a lot of options out there and if u're too impatient to look through all of them and figure out to urself which one if right for you as it is extremely easy, then you don't deserve to get a flash cart.

    Go to the front page, look over at the GBAtemp emulation terms and figure it out yourself.

    Why am i such an asshole? Because this forum has been completely filled with these threads and each of them ask the same thing!

    now if u'll excuse me, i'll stop wasting my time and finish by clicking "add reply"

    thanks for reading.
     
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    Please use the FORUM SEARCH feature.

    This question has been asked to death, and you'll definetely find your answer if you simply do some searching before you had gone to the effort of making your post.

    Please also check our REVIEWS SECTION and read our reviews of most popular kits.
     
  4. zeromaint
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    Newcomer zeromaint Newbie

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    my bad. if the admin would like, they can delete this thread.
     

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