What GBA cart with Real Time Save feature?

Discussion in 'GBA - Flashing Hardware and Software' started by Dead Ghost, Jul 4, 2007.

Jul 4, 2007
  1. Dead Ghost
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    I'm looking for a good GBA cart, with RTS, so i can save anytime i want. I will use it on a GBA SP, not DS or Micro. I just need high compatibility and RTS (real time save). I know G6 Lite has it, but is kinda expensive, for being a DS cart also. I just need GBA compatibility, not DS.

    Does EZ-Flash IV have RTS? Or EFA Linker 256mb?

    I need a quick answer, as i have to decide what to buy in the coming days...

    Thank you!
     
  2. jalaneme

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    i would say to get the G6 lite but as you say it is on the expensive side, you can check real hot stuff their prices seem reasonable, maybe someone with a bit more knowledge of the EZ flash cards knows more but i am sure that the most recent EZ flash cards don't support real time save, have you checked gba temp's reviews yet?
     
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    The G6 Lite, but whenever you load a state, you lose the sound.
     
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    Of the EZFlash range only the EZ3 has real time save (odd as the EZ4 is almost identical hardware wise and it was not made to work well with the EZ1/2).

    I will however say for all carts I have seen real time save is slightly buggy (especially when compared with emulators), especially for high action games.

    The 256 efa definitely does not have it.

    Sleep mode however (via BOMA, GBATA or a carts own patching) can work to your advantage here it would seem.
     

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