Supercard DSTWO GBA Emulator update

Discussion in 'Supercard' started by Thesolcity, Oct 25, 2010.

  1. Thesolcity
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    Thesolcity Wherever the light shines, it casts a shadow.

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    So...is there any official changelog or what...? The changelog released (as perceived by me) wasn't really saying anything, and the games i then began to pick up still had the same issues. So what did they really fix? Does anyone know? [​IMG]
     
  2. Recorderdude

    Recorderdude Musician, Animator, Buffoon.

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    They fixed at least one game, Shining Soul. Others have been improved.
     
  3. Thesolcity
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    Thesolcity Wherever the light shines, it casts a shadow.

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    Doesn't sound like much of an update -_-
     
  4. RedBaron

    RedBaron GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I am seriously thinking of going back to a PSP if they don’t get their act together soon, it's really starting to piss me off [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  5. Thesolcity
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    Thesolcity Wherever the light shines, it casts a shadow.

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    And they made it sound so superior too... :/
     
  6. alidsl

    alidsl I am now a lurker

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    WTF did you get a dstwo for gba when you already had a psp?
     
  7. RedBaron

    RedBaron GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Had to sell it to get a DSi XL and I thought the DSTWO could do all they promised [​IMG]
     
  8. RupeeClock

    RupeeClock Colors 3D Snivy!

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    Just look through RedBaron's post history, he's impossible to please and has high expectations and demands of things.
     
  9. RedBaron

    RedBaron GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    You got that right, a left over from my working days where everything had to be perfect if no someone would die and that's is a fact
    I was a biomedical electronics engineer, we repaired, calibrated and tested all electronic medicinal equipment through Queensland, just two days before I retired a patient died at the hands of a piece of equipment I just repaired, it was totally tested by the manufacture to see if I fucked up, fortunately it was perfect and it was human error on the part of two nurses, that scared the fuck out of me and I was so glad I was retiring
     
  10. haddad

    haddad GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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