Which card to get for my DSI XL?

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Apr 16, 2010
  1. Mas01
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    Hey all,

    What is the best card to buy for DSI XL, I don't care how much it's worth aslong its the best.

    Thanks!
     
  2. YayMii

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    Acekard 2i. $15US

    Or get the Supercard DS2 when it comes out. about $40US and going up (it's still not available yet). The Supercard DS2 has a lot of features (a RTS feature, a GBA emulator, a good SNES emulator, nice interface, etc.)
     
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    Seconding the Acekard2i. It's very nice and very cheap.
     
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    The Acekard 2i is cheap ($15-$20) and one of the top cards in game compatibility and update speed. However, you will need to have a DS/Lite or a DSi with firmware 1.3 or lower in order to update it to work on the DSi's 1.4 firmware (which the DSi XL comes with), if the store you're ordering from doesn't offer to update it for you for a buck, like they usually do.

    The M3i Zero is not as cheap ($23-$28), but it's up there with the acekard in terms of compatibility, and it has extra features the Acekard doesn't have, like Real Time Save (save states) and Slow Motion. The M3i Zero also has a cord to connect it directly to your computer, so you can just update it for DSi/XL 1.4 yourself without needing an older DS.

    The Supercard DSTwo has not been released yet (and will be at least $40), but it's set to be the "ultimate" card, with features from every major card, and new features no other card has.
     

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