Gaming There are currently no counterfeit 3DS games?

StriderVM

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Just confirming.

I remember having counterfeit games for these Nintendo systems :

- NES
- SNES
- Gamecube
- Wii
- Gameboy
- Gameboy Advance
- Nintendo DS

But currently there are no counterfeit / bootleg 3DS carts right?

The Nintendo 64 didn't have counterfeit cartridges as well? (Although there are cart dumpers and CD drive attachments to the N64 if I remember correctly.)
 

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I think a single rom version of Sky3DS wouldn't be feasible as the costs will be similar to an authentic copy..... So why bother?
 

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Ahh, I remember those days at my cousins place playing pokemon diamond and jade. The ORIGINAL Diamond!!! :creep:

Actually TeleFang, but whatever. :P
But like said above, the cost of a locked down Sky3DS would be the same as a retail game anyway. It would be impossible to trick anyone with Ace3DS because of the switch thing, but if someone replaces the case(which they would anyway) or get a Ace3DS without the DS mode, it could trick a bunch of people.
 

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Actually TeleFang, but whatever. :P
But like said above, the cost of a locked down Sky3DS would be the same as a retail game anyway. It would be impossible to trick anyone with Ace3DS because of the switch thing, but if someone replaces the case(which they would anyway) or get a Ace3DS without the DS mode, it could trick a bunch of people.


Now I'm tempted to play Telefang... !!!!
 
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Telefang is Japanese only though. That "Pokemon Diamond" translation is basically extract Japanese text, put into Google Translate and put the insert the text back into the ROM.

But please back to the topic, it's 100% sure that any cart I get is authentic and that there's no bootleg or counterfeit 3DS games yet right!?! :P

Ninja Edit : I have researched the Ace3DS Pro and sadly it seems to be not what I was expecting. It currently seems to be a single authentic 3DS game (The Japanese baseball game in the video) piggybanked into an Ace3DS Plus. Or maybe the reverse. Who cares. :D can someone confirm this is the case?
 
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