Should I shoot my self in the foot?

Discussion in 'Acekard' started by patrickbrown3000, Jun 27, 2009.

  1. patrickbrown3000
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    If you opened this thread just to say yes. Then my good sir, you are what we upper class citizens like to call an asshole. I don't want you mucking my thread with your filthy comments. Get Away and take your filth with you, you smart ass bastard.

    Sooooooo....... anyhoo

    I just bought an Acekard 2i last night. Tonight I get off work and to my amazement there is a new card that can run on the dsi and owned by M3. Hence the self inflicting title. Should I stick with what I have or buy the m3 r4 x5 thingy. or does it really matter.
     
  2. Vague Rant

    Vague Rant Deceptively cute

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    Do you actually give a shit about the new M3 thing, and if so, why?
     
  3. patrickbrown3000
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    Well I had the m3 real for my ds lite but now I dont have that. I have a dsi and I enjoyed my m3 real
     
  4. Alato

    Alato GBAtemp Regular

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    That first paragraph was kinda hurtful.

    But, in regards to your situation, it really doesn't matter. You got a good working card for the DSi anyway, so there's no point in regretting it, just because a newer one came out. I'm sure it's not even that different, function-wise.
     
  5. PettingZoo

    PettingZoo yesss

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    I was only attracted by the title and was disappointed.
     
  6. patrickbrown3000
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    I knew it
     
  7. Joey90

    Joey90 Not around any more

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    Why would the M3 (which is likely to be more expensive) be so much better than the AK2i that you already have?

    If you bought it last night I suspect you haven't tried it yet, so at least wait until you have tried it out (and the M3 is actually released, too bad they are more interested in R4's at the moment)
     
  8. DeltaBurnt

    DeltaBurnt I'm bored

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    If you really want it that bad and you have the extra you should go and get it. I myself don't have an acekard2i, and I myself am more of a M3 fan too, but from what I heard/know/seen it's a very good flashcart with AKAIO (AKAIO is the Sakura of the Acekard flashcarts, it's an alternate firmware for it that's much better than the official one).

    The only reason you might want to get rid of the acekard2i is because the m3i zero has more updatability, and still the ackard2i still has just as much as the m3i zero does it's just that the m3i zero might do it differently or more efficiently.

    So if you try and you don't like it then you should get the m3i zero I guess, but if you like it just a little I would suggest you keep it.
     
  9. ACWWFAN

    ACWWFAN HERP DERP

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    Ehhh the only reason I'd see for getting the M3i is the updateable kernel...I have an Ak2i though and love it.
     
  10. Briankealing

    Briankealing GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I don't like M3. They're weird. I have vowed never to buy from them after the Moonshell incident.

    But hey, you bought an AK2i, just stick with it. No one knows how good these M3 Zero Chance of getting ones are or the R4i-uber-ultra-extra-super-editions are
     
  11. DaMummy

    DaMummy GBAtemp Maniac

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    am i really the only one here that would throw away any m3 product in order to buy an acekard product instead?
     
  12. Normmatt

    Normmatt Former AKAIO Programmer

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    In regards to the title, yes you should for even asking this.
     
  13. Finishoff

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    If all your looking for is to be able to play games, keep the AceKard 2i, its a pretty decent cart. No need to go after the M3i Zero base on brand loyalty or ect. You decide what to do, don't like the AceKard 2i then sell it, and get a M3i Zero. Really this isn't a major life and death choice.