Where to buy supercard dstwo in europe?

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Jul 11, 2011
  1. karupanda4
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    Can anyone point me to a trustworthy onlinestore where I can buy a dstwo supercard?
    I live in Europe

    The cheaper, the better [​IMG]

    Oh yes... I read that dstwo card also needs a microsd card.
    Whats the maximum capacity of the microsd card that dstwo supercard supports?
     
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    oshippingzone is a good place and also fairly inexpensive. As with all modern carts the SCDS2 can accept microSDHC cards of up to and including 32GB in capacity.

    In my experiance the size of card you need depends on what you want to do.

    A good size is 8GB but if you want to watch video files and have lots of emulated games then 16GB is better.

    Also just as important as size is the Class of the microSDHC card. This indicates the maximum speed of your microSDHC card. Class2 is the slowest and Class10 the fastest. Try to get a Class 4 or 6 card.
     
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    Thanks Buleste, I'll look into it [​IMG]

    I figured that i'll put a couple of movies on it, not alot and loads of downloaded games. Tbh I dont have any idea how big the downloaded games or movies are.
    ARe you sure 8gb would be enough? [​IMG]
     
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    NDS games vary from about 8Mb to 256Mb in size. 2 hour movies in 624x352 AVI format (standard definition widescreen TV) are 700Mb+.

    Older game formats (NES,SNES etc) are a lot smaller in size.

    8GB will fit a fair few DS games as well as a couple of movies but I would err on the side of caution and buy a 16GB (then you always have more room for stuff).
     
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    So 16gb it is then.

    Btw... http://www.0shippingzone.com/supercard-sup...lite-p-622.html
    they are located in hongkong? Seems that in that case in addition to the retail price, i would have to pay extra because they arent inside european union.

    Do any of you know a store thats inside european union and sells dstwo?
     
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    You don't have to pay any extra because it is outside of the EU. You can pay an extra small charge to have tracking on your package but it takes only a working week to two weeks fro you package to be delivered. Plus it's a helluva lot cheaper than buying within the EU.
     
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    i can recommend discoazul.co.uk
    got my dstwos from them quickly with no fuss,
     
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    Actually if you live in Europe and buy from outside Europe, (depending on country?) you may have to pay customs duty charge if the item you bought costs more than X (I think the exact sum was more than 23€ or something).
     

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