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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Haloman800, Dec 30, 2015.
I'd like to get one for my girlfriend. What's the least expensive site based in the USA?
Dont know, Sorry.
Then why did you post?
One of the official ones, it might be slightly on the high side, but i would prefer a official to a cruddy clone.
So peachds.com sells clones?
I really dont know. try checking around and looking for a list of safe websites to use. i gotta go somewhere. crud.
Here you go.
I just ordered one for 49.95 from http://www.modchipsdirect.com about a week ago.
Modchips (-direct, not -central) has dropped the price to 29.99. Cheaper than the 3in1. Unless someone knows about a cheaper card dstwo(+) someplace else, this is a fair price just for the GBA/SNES/DS/Homebrew stuff. So many games, so little time! I might never even bother to risk the "Gateway emulation."
The question should be: "Cheapest place to get bricked?"
I thought the outdated Gateway version on SuperCard's website was from before they started bricking DSTwo+ users...I may be wrong though.
Don't use it on a 3DS. Use it on your DSi XL for all the stuff that is still a huge pain in the ass on the 3DS: homebrew, emulators, old DS games.
Yeah, 3.4.1 version of Gateway's launcher is safe.
Thanks for the heads up, I wanted to buy a regular DSTWO, this is great! and I'll give a shot to the Gateway emulation while I'm at it.
So much they can do to my already hardmodded system
I agree. At present, I know that I fully intend on using the DStwo+ to replacemy OG DStwo, and at present it would be going in my DSi XL, because the DSi XL's screen is particularly favorable for playing emulation of older systems, like the NES and TG-16. Even if I ran the card in "original resolution mode" on my 3DS XL, the fact that it would be a postage-stamp sized version would be really annoying. And regrettably, even with firmware updates to address it, the scaling that the 3DS does for original DS games (and anything low-res like that) doesn't always benefit, especially in the interest of homebrew.