What prize would you choose(neoflash)?

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by dipper145, Sep 15, 2008.

  1. dipper145

    dipper145 GBAtemp Regular

    Jun 12, 2008
    Lets say you came in the top 3 reviewers for the Neoflash competition, and you had the option of choosing from the following:

    MK6-Motion + NEO3 $59
    NEO FLash cart 512M for GBA/SP/NDS $49
    NEO TOPTOY DS (TTDS), support SDHC $59
    NEO2 Lite 512M Flash Cart + SL4 $79
    NEO2 TWIN 2in1 Flash Cart $59
    NEO2-SD Flash Cart + SL4 $69
    NEO2-TF Flash Cart + SL4 $69
    NEO3-TF NDS Cart for nds-lite only $49
    R6 Silver 2008 + Rumble Pack $49
    PSP motion kit $59
    XBOX360 Mini 4GB hard-disk $79
    Neo 2in1 Mini PSP convertor $79
    Neo 4in1 Mini PSP convertor $89
    NEO 8in1 PSP pad - Full support SD/MMC/CF/MicroDrive $99
    super SNK AC adaptor $39
    NEO 9IN1 HIGH-SPEED USB Loader $29
    NEO Power PC-Engin 64M flash cart $109
    NEO TF USB Pen Driver $29
    XG2PRO 512M GBA flash cart $129
    MK5DX-8G 2008 + Rumble Pack $49
    MK6 save cart + NEO3 NDS Backup cart $59
    R6 Gold 2008 + Rumble Pack $69
    MK5DX-16G 2008 + Rumble Pack $59
    WII-CLIP $42

    What would you choose?

    Although I am convieniently asking what you would choose, I am also trying to decide what I want to pick, since I did come in the top 3.
    I'm not really sure what I want to choose, I might pick something with motion or rumble. I alreayd have a supercard ds one. I might want to get something that plays GBA games, but I'm not sure which ones do that. I might go for the R6 gold 2008 + rumble pack, it comes with an accelerometre built in, but I'm not sure if thats the same as motion. Either that or something that has good GBA compatability. From what I understand, the Neo2's are the only ones that run GBA games, but I'm not quite sure the differences between neo2-sd, neo2-like and neo2-tf, and neo2 twin
    edit- just realized that the neo2sd/lite/tf don't come with the mini mk4 needed to make it work, only the Neo2 twin acually comes iwth the MK5 key that allows it to work with GBA games.

    So its basically down to the Neo2-TWIN or the R6 Gold 2008 + rumble pack.

    What are your thoughts/opinions?

    I appreciate all input.
  2. Searinox

    Searinox Dances with Dragons

    Dec 16, 2007
    The one that can be sold for the highest price. Neoflashes are buggy, I hate them.
  3. DanTheManMS

    DanTheManMS aka Ricochet Otter

    Jun 2, 2007
    United States
    Neoflash products generally suck. The TopToyDS is the same thing as the DSTT and is known to be fairly decent, and I suppose the MK6 Motion wouldn't be too bad especially for homebrew development (the accelerometer does indeed mean motion-sensitivity), but the others I wouldn't approach with a ten-foot pole.
  4. dipper145

    dipper145 GBAtemp Regular

    Jun 12, 2008
    Yeah, but I won 2 prizes acually, so I get to pick any 2 on that list.

    I'm thinking of either the MK6 Motion or the R6 Gold and the NEO2 TWIN. The neo2 twin to play gba games.
    The mk6 has an accelerometre and a gyro, the r6 only has the accelerometre, but comes with a rumble, so I'm not quite sure yet.